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Allen Seaby: Art and Nature
From: 11 Oct 2014 To: 22 Mar 2015
NOW OPEN. The first retrospective of this important artist and much-loved local man. An illustrator, teacher and novelist, Allen Seaby (1867–1953) is well known for his bird and animal paintings. However, with increasing interest in early tw...
Hidden Voices - Reading's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History
From: 20 Jan 2015 To: 24 May 2015
The result of a ground-breaking heritage project led by the local charity Support U, this display reflects the life and times of Reading’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Hear hidden voices and see unique memorabilia...
Tales for Tots - Story-time for the under 5s
One day event: 04 Mar 2015
Enjoy a story using objects from our collection. Every Wednesday in the Green Space or Window Gallery.
10.30am - 11.30am, on Wednesdays
Free, just drop in
Reading Museum Gallery Tour
Join one of our trained volunteers for an introductory tour to the galleries. Our volunteers will offer a personal insight into the Museum’s collection.
Each tour guide offers a different tour and will pick out items that fascinate ...
One day event: 05 Mar 2015
Visitors can discover more about the collections, or ask for help in identifying interesting objects (NB no valuations can be given). Every Thursday, in the Box Room.
12.00pm - 4.00pm, on Thursdays
Bayeux Tapestry Tour
One day event: 07 Mar 2015
Enjoy a guided tour of the famous full-size facsimile Tapestry – no need to book. Every Saturday in the Bayeux Gallery.
2.15pm - 3pm, on Saturdays
Suggested donation £2, drop in
Classical Music Alive: Michael Collins, Clarinet & The Heath Quartet
One day event: 08 Mar 2015
Michael Collins' dazzling virtuosity and sensitive musicianship have made him one of today's most sought-after soloists. At 16 he won the woodwind prize in the first BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition and at 22 made his American deb...
One day event: 11 Mar 2015
Archaeological Finds Surgery
One day event: 12 Mar 2015
Bring in your local archaeological finds to be identified and recorded by East Berkshire Finds Liaison Officer David Williams. Find out more about the Portable Antiquities Scheme and how it is adding to our knowledge of the past.
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