Mystery Warrior: The North Bersted Man exhibition will be the first time that this extraordinary Iron Age Warrior and his burial possessions will be on public display. The exhibition will explore the life, health and death of this fascinating man. It will attempt to explain some of the questions that. . .
As part of the Weald and Downland Living Museums 50th Anniversary we will be holding a Peoples Show from 13th February until 11th May 2020. At the Museum we have around 16,500 items in our collection dealing with rural life and building activities which you can view whenever you visit. . . .
The natural world as seen through the eyes of Eric Ravilious, John Nash, John Piper and other artists. Since it’s publication over 200 years ago Gilbert White’s The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne has inspired generations of naturalists, writers and artists. This free exhibition reveals the many different visions. . .
Where does art meet design?. A peer of Eric Ravilious and Edward Burra, Barnett Freedman was one of. Britains most sought-after commercial designers in the mid-20th century. People were at the heart of Freedmans work. In mid-century Britain, his art could be seen by. anyone in their everyday life: from. . .
. A new play by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley. Watch Danny Boyle’s monster hit Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch as the creature and Jonny Lee Miller as Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch as the creature is streaming for free from 7pm UK time on Thursday. . .
The award-winning British musical Flowers for Mrs Harris is based on a much-loved novella by Paul Gallico, the story of a char-lady in post-war London whose life is transformed when she glimpses a Christian Dior dress in one of her clients wardrobes, and scrimps and saves to go to Paris. . .
Let’s get crafty! In this session, members of the LEAP team will talk you through a wildlife and environmentally friendly craft exercise; helping you to make your very own ‘Bug Hotel’. Book below. . . .