The exhibition, Pullen: Ships of Reality and the Imagination, was produced with a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, a private donation and support from the Down’s Syndrome Association. The exhibition focused on the life and creative works of James Henry Pullen (1835-1916), a person with savant syndrome also known as the Genius of Earlswood Asylum. […]Find out more »
OPEN HOUSE LONDON / KNOW YOUR PLACE FESTIVAL
12PM–5PM SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2019
You are welcome to look around on your own or join a talk or tour:
Talk at 12.30pm: Dr John Langdon Down and Normansfield
Talk at 2.30pm: Normansfield Theatre
Tours of museum and theatre at 1.30pm and 3.30pm
Know Your Place
The rich and vibrant history of Richmond upon Thames will be celebrated throughout September 2019 with the seventh annual Know Your Place heritage festival. An action packed events programme encompasses the whole borough, with events for all ages.
MUSEUM & THEATRE OPEN DAY
10AM–5PM SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER 2019
Talk & tour 11am – 12.00pm: Historic European Theatres Day & Normansfield Theatre
1pm – 2pm Tour of the museum and theatre.
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managed by the Down’s Syndrome Association. Registered Charity no 1061474