Due to popular demand we presented a repeat of our popular ‘Tudor costume Talk’ at the Woodhorn Museum in Ashington yesterday.
It was a splendid event – we were fully booked to capacity- people had to be turned away.
I am so pleased that so many people share my passion for costumes/history.
I have just received the comment below from Dorota.
“Thank you for the lovely afternoon at Woodhorn yesterday. I thoroughly enjoyed your talk and you have inspired me to make my own dress!
My great aunt was a seamstress to the last emperor of Russia and my love of needlework must have come through her!
I am not experienced at all but I am really looking forward to embarking on this journey.
It was a pleasure to meet you and Mick and I hope to see you again. Kind regards,Dorota”
I will also be assisting with the destructure of the ‘Dressing the Stars’ display at Woodhorn Museum. If you haven’t already visited the exhibition please go and see it.
It is a large exciting display and as it finishes next Sunday this week is your last chance. Costumes from the Duchess are pictured left.
It has been a splendid exhibition and I am looking forward to the opportunity if working with Yvonne Hellin-Hobbs and the staff at Woodhorn again.
I would like to thank Paramjit – Events manager at the Woodhorn for all her help and hospitality yesterday.
I have included a few pictures of my costume display.
An excellent talk – well presented – really enjoyed it.
I would highly recommend it!
The Tudors are always such a fun group – such interesting lives – and a wealth of information about costumes – fab talk.