Parsonage Unwrapped: Charlotte Brontë

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An evening talk at The Brontë Parsonage Museum.

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An evening talk at The Brontë Parsonage Museum.

This special edition of Parsonage Unwrapped will showcase objects that spotlight key moments in Charlotte Brontë’s life, as we celebrate her birthday later this month.

From her earliest manuscripts and drawings penned in childhood, right through to her last letter, this session will track her life through the lens of our iconic collection items.

Together with Principal Curator Ann Dinsdale, we welcome author and historian Graham Watson to the Parsonage to discuss some of our unique collection objects, in anticipation of his upcoming book, 'The Invention of Charlotte Brontë'.
Date: Friday 19 April, 7pm - 8:30pm (GMT)
Tickets: £30 | £25 concessions and Brontë Society members
Attendees are invited to join us from 6:30pm for a complimentary drink.
Places are limited, so early booking is advised. Please book in advance via this webpage or by calling 01535 640192.
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