Our True Gold at Bridewell Hall

Our True Gold at Bridewell Hall

2 Jul 2018 - 10:48 BY

On Saturday 22nd September, we present Our True Gold, a celebration at Bridewell Hall to mark 50 years of The Arts Society. A full programme is on offer including lectures, recitals and performances by a variety of exceptional Cultural figures. This is a 'Golden' opportunity for us to showcase the variety of our activities and to bring people together for a shared curiosity for the arts. This event is open to non-members and members alike.

This event is curated and made possible by The Arts Society Greater London Area. The Area Committee along with 25 individual Societies offer a range of outstanding lectures, study day courses, visits and opportunities to volunteer.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

John Benjamin

Formerly International Director of Jewellery at Philips Auctioneers - An independent Jewellery Consultant - Lecturer, Author and broadcaster (including BBC Antiques Roadshow).

Dr Jonathan Foyle

Past Curator of Historic Buildings at Hampton Court. Feature writer for the Financial Times on issues of architecture, history and craft. Author and TV Presenter and lectures frequently on a range of art-historical topics.

Malcolm Jones

Malcolm has worked as an actor, director and teacher. He was Workshop and Events Manager at the V&A Theatre Museum in London for 10 years. Lecturer and Teacher and speaker on theatre to many television programmes. He interviews actors as part of his presentations.

PROGRAMME

10:45 registration and coffee
11:30 Welcome and first lecture – John Benjamin – Faberge
12:30 break for lunch (not provided)
14:00 second lecture – Jonathon Foyle – Gold, Monarchy and Power
15:20 third lecture – Malcolm Jones – Golden Moments on the Stage
16:20 Musical recital – Jeremy Limb (Piano)
16:30 Post performance wine reception

TICKETS

To purchase tickets please visit: ourtruegold_gla.eventbrite.co.uk​

ABOUT THE VENUE

In 1891, St Bride Foundation was established to provide a social, cultural and recreational centre for London's Fleet Street and its burgeoning print and publishing trade. Now, this historic site is a living and breathing community once again and St Bride Foundation is reaffirming its status as a major London hub for the creative arts. We will be using Bridewell Hall and The Faringdon Room.

 

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