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Verity Elson, Director of the Gordon Russell Design Museum in Broadway, explores the life and work of one of the most important names in British furniture design.

The remarkable story of Gordon Russell and his company spans Arts and Crafts cabinetmaking, Modernism, The Festival of Britain, and beyond.

Featuring images from the museum’s unique and rarely-seen archive, Verity will reflect not only on Broadway’s place in design history but also on the company’s legacy and relevance to design today.

This talk will take place in the Edinburgh room at The Lygon Arms hotel on the High Street in Broadway.

Tickets £10 (to include coffee)

Tickets go on sale to the general public through the Broadway Arts Festival website at 10am on Good Friday (April 10th 2020) and to Benefactors of the festival 2 weeks earlier.

Find out how to become a Benefactor to qualify for priority booking at: www.broadwayartsfestival.com/become-a-benefactor/

Please note: all festival ticket-holders will qualify for half price entry to The Gordon Russell Design Museum during the festival – simply show evidence of your ticket (on your phone or a print-out) to get the discount!

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