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28th November 2017

Queen Elizabeth I at the Charterhouse

Research by Stephen Porter. When Queen Mary died on 17 November 1558 her half-sister Elizabeth was at Hatfield House. She had passed a perilous few years as the heir apparent and the hope and expectation of the Protestants during Mary’s reign. Mary had not only restored the Roman rites in the English... continue

20th November 2017

Creating a New Learning Programme

How do you create a Learning Programme from scratch? This is something I get asked a lot in my role as Learning Programme Manager at the Charterhouse. We opened our wonderful heritage site to the public in January 2017 and I can tell you there is much that goes into the making of a museum. ... continue

10th November 2017

Central St Martin’s x Charterhouse

How do you interpret a place? Participating Students: MA Industrial Design: Bharat Chaudhary / Anlan Chen / Joao Carvalho MA Material Futures: Aileen Ling / Ingrid Rautemberg MA Furniture Design: Romen Gouveia The brief given to us was to critically look at the understanding of a “place” as a complex... continue

2nd November 2017

Schubert Society of Britain at The Charterhouse

On Wednesday 1 November, we were delighted to welcome back the Schubert Society of Britain who celebrated their 60th anniversary. They marked the occasion here at the Charterhouse with a concert in the Great Chamber performed by the Countess of Wessex’s String Orchestra, directed by Major David B Hammond... continue

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