Celebrating Ralph Vaughan Williams: talks series
These talks by Andrew Green, writer, broadcaster and oral historian, explore the life, times and music of the great composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and his inspiration from the Surrey landscape.
- Booking essential
Thur 17 May, 2pm
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Legacy of a Leith Hill Upbringing
Exploring the setting of the house as the starting point for a recreation of the pastoral landscapes and rural life known so well by Vaughan Williams as he grew to adulthood.
Sat 14 July, 6pm
For the Love of Words: Literature that fired the imagination of Vaughan Williams
With help from his poet/musician sister, Rosie Green, Andrew Green introduces poetry and prose set to music by Vaughan Williams.
Event ticket prices
All £15.00inc afternoon tea
- Booking details
- Call 0344 249 1895
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- Meeting point
- The talk will take place on the ground floor of the house. Please meet at the front door.
- What to bring and wear
- Stout shoes are advised for the walk from the car park to the house as the field may be muddy.
- Blue badge parking available at the house. The ground floor is accessible to wheelchairs.
- Please let us know of any dietary requirements when booking.
|17 May 2018||14:00 - 16:00||Available|
|14 July 2018||18:00 - 19:30||Available|