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A talk: Making Georgian Fashions with Dr Rebecca Morrison and Dr Elisabeth Gernerd

This talk explores how Georgians dressed themselves and what was involved in wearing clothes in the 18th century.

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Explore how the Georgians dressed themselves in this talk with fashion historians Dr Rebecca Morrison and Dr Elisabeth Gernerd.

Ever wondered what you would have worn if you had been born in the 18th century? In this talk you'll learn about Georgian fashions, who designed and made the clothing, costumes and underwear, and how they built their businesses constructing clothing. As part of this talk visitors will get a short while to explore the pop-up exhibition outside of usual hours.

Standard tickets £7, Concession tickets £5. Concession tickets are designed to allow everyone access. If you cannot pay the standard ticket price at this time, this ticket type is for you. No need to explain or prove why, it’s there if you need it.



Event ticket prices

Ticket typeTicket category
Adult Standard adult ticket£7.00
Concession Concession adult ticket£5.00

The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895


Aimed at adults.

Meeting point

This is an in-person talk at Bath Assembly Rooms, please arrive at the main entrance.

What to bring and wear

Dress comfortably, the event is indoors.


Located on the ground floor with level access throughout and an accessible toilet.

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