A Day in the Life of a Regency House
A really exciting and unique event:
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A REGENCY TOWN HOUSE (and public garden)
Saturday 6th June 10.30am-4pm
You will be welcomed with cool lemonade and cake in the kitchen followed by discussion on servant duties. Then, on to the basement of no. 10 Brunswick Square which is a time capsule, having been left undisturbed for many years, where you will enjoy a guided tour.
A Regency inspired pic-nic will be consumed in the gardens over the road from the Town House.- bring a cushion or folding chair. After our repast we go back to the house for an illustrated talk in the delightful small servant hall on daily life for the wealthy who lived in the main part of the house – which we will then tour.
Discussion, questions and answer session with afternoon tea and cake ends our pleasant day.
N.B. Should the weather be inclement we will 'pic-nic' inside the house.
Presented by lecturer and guide Sarah Tobias and the Regency Cook Paul Couchman
£60 (plus booking fee) includes all talks, tours, hot drinks, lunch and cake
Early Bird offer £47 (plus booking fee) until the 29th April 2020
Places are limited to 16 so early booking highly recommended (Event may be repeated in September)