Mr Selfridge costumes come to Worcester Cathedral!

CE_Debbie_small.jpgThis August Worcester Cathedral presents a new and specially designed event for visitors. Dressed for Drama costume exhibition features thirty five period costumes from British television and film, including Mr Selfridge, Downton Abbey,Wolf Hall, Poldark,Far from the Madding Crowd, The Scandalous Lady W, Love & Friendship, The Danish Girl and The Crimson Field. It includes some beautiful outfits worn by stars such as Mark Rylance, Maggie Smith, Eddie Redmayne, Cary Mulligan and Natalie Dormer.

The costumes are displayed in the stunning early 12th Century Chapter House at Worcester Cathedral, which is thought to be the first round Chapter House in the world! Visitors to the exhibition are able to get up close to the costumes to see the designs, embroidery and craftsmanship that they have enjoyed on screen (sorry you won't be allowed to touch the costumes).CE_Scandalous_Lady_W_behind_scenes_small.jpg

The exhibition runs from 1st to 29th August 2016, Monday to Saturday from 10am - last entry 4pm and Sunday 11am - last entry 3pm.

(Certain of the displays are not formally endorsed by the intellectual property rights holders, including NBC for Downton.)

Click here to see Dressed for Drama Flyer

Tickets cost 6.50 for adults, 4.50 for children and young people under 18yrs and under 5s are free. A family ticket for two adults and one or two children costs 15.00.
Tickets can be purchased at the entrance to the Chapter house in the East Cloister of the Cathedral.



The nearest car park is in King Street, which is also the closest drop off point.

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