The Dickens News Series

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Join Cooltan Arts for a series of free exhibitions exploring the life, work and heritage of Charles Dickens.

The First Edition

Cuming Museum : 25th Oct 2012 – 29th Nov

Private view 8th November

In the first of series, this exhibition sees the launch of Dickens News newspaper- a collaboration between participants from Cooltan Arts and Southwark News. This modern Pickwick Papers will be introduced with a private view, presenting live Dickens characters, readings, art and music.

151 Walworth Road, Southwark, London SE17 1RY

Tue to Sat 10am – 5pm

Tel: 020 7525 2332

Fully accessible entrance and toilets.

Cuming.museum@southwark.gov.uk

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The Winter Edition

Southwark Cathedral

4th Dec. 2012 – 14th Jan.

Private view 6th December

Come and celebrate the festive season with us in the cathedral. Take part in our interpretation of Dickens’ creation of Christmas and revisit Scrooge and Marley in the shape of prints and drawings by Cooltan Arts participants.

London Bridge, London SE1 9DA

Tel: 020 7367 6700

Weekdays – 9am – 6pm

Weekend – 10am – 6pm

Fully accessible entrance and toilets.

cathedral@southwark.anglican.org.uk

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The Ragshow Edition

Morley Gallery

1st Feb 2013-13th Feb.

Private view 7th February

The Ragshow is a showcase of the textile and batik workshop at CoolTan Arts. Commencing with a fashion show inspired by Dickens characters, from Miss Havisham to Nancy, this exhibition explores all levels of Victorian dress. The exhibition will also feature prints,drawings, paintings, and written work by participants.

61 Westminster Bridge Road

London SE1 7HT

opening times

Tel: 020 7450 1826

Ring doorbell at entrance for step-free

access. Accessible toilet in adjacent

building.

gallery@morleycollege.ac.uk

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The Underground Edition

Charles Dickens Museum

18th Feb 2013 – 23rd June

Private view 21st February

As a finale to the Dickens News Series, this exhibition, staged at the former home of the author, will be an investigation into the underbelly of

Victorian London. Original artwork, textile, sound art, and the written word will tell the secret histories of those outside of society in the age of Dickens.

48 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LX

Tel: 020 7405 2127

opening times

Accessible entrances (excluding attic level),

accessible toilets.

info@dickensmuseum.com

Project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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