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A conversation between Sir Roy Strong, Director 1959-1973, and Nicholas Cullinan, Director since 2015.

The collections of the National Portrait Gallery provide a fascinating commentary on British history and culture with images from Henry VIII to Judy Dench, addressing questions of identity and achievement and promoting engagement with portraiture in all media.
In this lively and insightful conversation Sir Roy Strong and Nicholas Cullinan, past and present innovative and progressive directors of this revered establishment, discuss their own visions for the future of the home the most extensive collection of portraits in the world.

This event will be held at the Lifford Hall in Broadway

Tickets will go on sale to the general public through the website on Good Friday (April 10th) at 10am and up to three prior for Benefactors of the festival.

Photographer Zoe Law

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