Iconic exhibition extended until Valentine’s!
The Wilson in Cheltenham have extended the closing date of this beautiful and enchanting exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery by two weeks. It includes more than seventy images defining Hepburn’s iconography from her early years as a chorus girl in London’s West End through to her philanthropic work in later life.
The exhibition includes classic and rarely seen prints from leading twentieth-century photographers such as Cecil Beaton, Terry O’Neill and Norman Parkinson, alongside an array of vintage magazine covers, film stills, and extraordinary archival material.
Tickets for the exhibition cost £7 adults / £5 concessions / Free for those aged 16 & under and can be bought in person at The Wilson, by calling 01242 237 431 and online at Cheltenham Town Hall (please note that a £1.50 booking fee is added to all telephone and online bookings).
Make an occasion of it with a delicious brunch, lunch or afternoon tea at The Wilson Café whose menu features a great selection of locally sourced, seasonal and home cooked delights such as free range eggs baked with Spanish chorizo, homemade quiche and salad or an afternoon featuring chef Karla’s incredible cakes.