Want to explore a treasure house at night? At Nostell Nights, the historic rooms and exhibitions are open after dark and we've a packed programme to kick start your weekend with unique contemporary commissions performed in the splendour and glamour of the 18th century house.
Have a drink at the pop-up bar from our friends at Waterton’s Reserve Gin and Nailmaker Brewing Co, enjoy a DJ set from Long Division and take part in pop-up workshops, performances and tours with local artists, musicians and makers.
Intrigued? Here's a flavour of the events:
Looks like your kind of thing?
Come along to the next event on Friday 27 September - watch this space for more details coming soon, including a brand new bespoke artwork by James Bywood.
Giles Round’s Obelisk Marbling Company
At Nostell Nights, Giles Round’s ‘Obelisk Marbling’ will be open for business, a company that produces marbled masterpieces using traditional techniques. Just as Chippendale’s London premises had custom-made rooms for glass work and wood carving, Round has sourced and created furniture, tools and materials to install a bespoke marbling workshop in the heart of Nostell’s treasure house. Not to be missed!
Explore how Chippendale helped create bespoke interiors for Nostell and immerse yourself in a world of fashion, luxury, innovation and the rollercoaster life of a top-end designer. The first floor at Nostell was designed for formal entertainment and to impress Rowland Winn’s visitors. These grand ‘State Rooms’ are where the most expense was spent on internal decoration, which meant employing the best and most fashionable architects and designers of the day.
Chippendale: the Man and the Brand
Visit the exhibition on the ground floor to unravel the story Thomas Chippendale and his special connection to Nostell. How did a humble cabinet maker from Otely become a world-famous brand?