Portico or pigsty:  The architecture of Pride & Prejudice in TV and Film

Portico or pigsty: The architecture of Pride & Prejudice in TV and Film

Museum of Bath Architecture

£15

Portico or pigsty:

The architecture of Pride & Prejudice in TV and Film – 10.30am (duration 1 hour)

Join Dr Amy Frost as she explores how the imagined buildings of the Bennetts, Darcys and deBourghs have been realised on film.  Be advised, building Pemberley may involve some audience participation. Tea/coffee included.

Tickets: £15

Venue: Servants Hall, No.1 Royal Crescent Museum, BA1 2LR

Covid-19

Currently this event is being sold with social distancing in place, and all appropriate government guidelines will be followed should this still be the case in September. Depending on the result of planned government changes in the middle of July, more tickets may be released for sale.

If an event is rescheduled and you are unable to make the new date, or, if it is cancelled, you will receive a refund of the face value of the ticket. Any fees are non-refundable.