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A permanent exhibition about the world-famous Broadway Colony of renowned artists, writers, musicians and actors, most notably John Singer Sargent, (has now been permanently) installed in a dedicated room of the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery on behalf of the Broadway Arts Festival.

This important piece of Broadway heritage recounts the interestingly interwoven lives of those who came to live, work and play together here in the late 19th and early 20th Century.

Written and curated by Karen Bloch, this fascinating story is told in a beautifully illustrated and highly informative display.

Open Tuesday – Saturday throughout the festival from 10am to 5pm.

Standard museum admission charges apply: £5 per adult or £10 per family – no prior booking required

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