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DateVisit
17 April 2018Bath - Number 1 The Crescent plus the Holburne Museum / Gallery
06 December 2017Visit to Bristol and the Grayson Perry Exhibition
02 September 2017Visits 2017 - 18
13 June 2017Court Barn Museum of Craft and Design in the Cotswolds, to include a guided historical tour of Chipping Camden and Hart's Silversmith
15 March 2017Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra concert at The Lighthouse Centre for the Arts, Poole

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Bath - Number 1 The Crescent plus the Holburne Museum / Gallery
Tuesday 17 April 2018

A VISIT TO BATH  April 17th 2018

The visit included No.1 The Royal Crescent, a Georgian town house  decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1176-1796. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents both upstairs and downstairs.

There was also an exhibition entitled; Women’s Suffrage 100: Freedom and Fight in Bath and a short film featuring an imagined conversation between Bath suffragette Mary Blathwayt and social reformer and literary critic Elizabeth Montagu.

The party also visited the Holburne Museum, home to fine and decorative arts around the collection of Sir William Holburne. There were two art exhibitions: Lighting Up the Stage: Stars of the Georgian Theatre; Somerset Maugham’s private collection of theatrical prints and secondly, the first major exhibition of Anthony Fry’s work – Fry (1927-2016). Fry lived and worked near Bath for 60 years and became a huge commercial success in Britain and America with his evocative landscapes.