Tea Break Theatre invite you on a journey into Bram Stoker's Dracula, to discover a legacy of blood that stretches through the ages. A night of twists, intrigue and horror delivered in Tea Break Theatre's signature style. Join us on an immersive,...
The exhibition explores Shaw's relationship with Auguste Rodin, marking the centenary of the sculptor's death. Highlights include Shaw's own photographs of his Rodin busts, taken in the garden at Shaw's Corner.
Designer Will Shannon uses Arts & Crafts principles of using local materials and traditional handcrafted skills to make 'Bothy'. Stop for a while as you walk round the garden to discover this small folly like space.
Speak its Name! - a display in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, London - will present selected portraits from the Gallery's Collection, including photographs and drawings of Sackville-West's lovers Violet Trefusis and Virginia Woolf.
Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild's 'Renaissance Museum' was full of objects made of precious materials: hardstones, minerals, silver and gold. While the bulk of this collection was bequeathed to the British Museum on his death in 1898, examples of...
The curtains have been drawn, the crystal chandeliers are sparkling and the table is set ready for guests to arrive. See the house dressed ready for a dinner party, as it would have been when the Iliffe's hosted them.
This new exhibition explores the work and relationships of Edy Craig and her circle of friends in the LGBTQ community. From groundbreaking plays to intimate friendships, Playwrights, Pioneers and Provocateurs celebrates their important stories.