Upcoming Events


A Self Portrait: Salvador Dalí

27 April, Refreshments at 10.30, talk at 11:00 - 12.00, £12.00 Friends; £15.00 Guests

A Self Portrait: Salvador Dalí

Howard Burnham, Actor/Historian who now lives in the USA, presents his one-man illustrated show about the great Spanish artist and eccentric, Salvador Dalí. Booking required.


Skin Deep - Painting the Face in pastel, acrylics or oils

4 May, 10.00 – 4.30, £35.00 Adults £33.00 Friends (inc morning refreshments)

Skin Deep - Painting the Face in pastel, acrylics or oils

The human face is eternally interesting. Join artist Linda Birch to create a human visage, taking inspiration from the current exhibition Skin Deep by Jonathan Yeo, who explores conceptual themes in his Surgery Series, depicting in the classical medium of oil paint, the intricacies and complex issues surrounding the current cult for cosmetic surgery and the quest for physical ‘perfection’. 

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Testosterone,

4 May, 8.00, The Witham

Testosterone,

Join Kit, who transitioned from female to male, as he enters a male gym changing room for the first time, exploring the epic path that we all have to take when trying to forge an identity. Winner of the best theatre show award at the Pleasance 2017 & nominated for the Peter Brook Empty Space Award 2017. This is a partnership with The Witham and the play will be performing in their main theatre space. 

To book tickets, please visit www.thewitham.org.uk.


Rebuilding a Man

12 May, 2.15, £3 (Free for FOBM and Annual Pass holders), includes light refreshments

Rebuilding a Man

Join Eilis Boyle, from the University of Leeds, to learn about pioneering methods of surgical reconstruction used to treat WW1 soldiers and how expectations of gender affected their care. Free with admission or annual pass. 

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Queen Victoria, Napoleon III and the Events of 1855

15 May, 2.30

Queen Victoria, Napoleon III and the Events of 1855

Join Rosie Razzall, Curator of Prints and Drawings at Royal Collection Trust, to learn more about Queen Victoria’s historic state visit in Paris in 1855; a remarkable moment in Anglo-French relations. The events of this ten-day tour – spectacular balls, firework displays and cheering crowds as well as the quieter moments – are brought to life through discussion of the watercolours on display in the upcoming fascinating exhibition Queen Victoria in Paris

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*Online booking closes the day before the event takes place. Call 01833 690606 to see if places are still available.
**Unless otherwise stated events are free with general admission and to Pass holders. Booking maybe required where requested.

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