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The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
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Aled Jones MBE, one of the classical world’s vocal powerhouses, has announced a very special tour for February and March 2022, as he brings his unique concert of music and stories to cathedrals and churches around the UK.
Over 65 years since a young Elvis walked into the offices of Sun Records with a guitar and a dream, the spirit of the King of Rock n’ Roll is kept alive by one of the most successful tributes of all time. The Elvis Years is taking the UK by storm and 2022 will be the biggest year yet!
The Princess Theatre & Arts Centre is delighted to host Blackeyed Theatre’s acclaimed production The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - in association with South Hill Park.
Head to Henrietta House to experience their Afternoon Tea.
A photographic exhibition documenting two decades of farming life on the Blackdown Hills opens at Somerset Rural Life Museum from 8 January to 19 March.
Opening on Saturday 29th January, The Bishop’s Palace is hosting an exhibition which tells the stories of ‘The Asylum for the Lunatic Poor’ that was established outside of Wells in the 1840s. The lives of the asylum’s patients and staff are explored through an exceptional series of photographs and artefacts.
The evening will begin with welcome drinks in the Long Room at 6:30pm followed by an outstanding three-course dinner in the County Room.
The painterly energy of the artist Jean Rose has been channelled into this charming exhibition full of the delights of a life well lived.
This wonderful exhibition showcases the best of the Gallery’s print collection. You’ll be able to see the diversity of the Gallery’s prints, with works on display spanning 700 years.