Talks & Tours
Get more from your visit by coming along to one of our regular
talks or tours. If you're a member of a group that may be
interested in coming along to a talk or tour, have a look at our
Bringing a group page.
The Friends of the Higgins Bedford have
regular talks - read more about joining The Friends here >
Cost: £3 (Friends), £8 (Guests)
Architecture for Animals: Menageries and Aviaries in
Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century England
Tim Knox, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum,
will discuss the menageries and aviaries of 18th Century
John Craxton – Artist
Ian Collins, John Craxton’s authorised biographer, will talk
about the artist’s extraordinary life at the heart of 20th century
Lunchtime Talks in Castle Room
Time: 30 minutes
Cost: £2.50 (concessions £2)
Starting at 1pm
No need to book.
A look at how Expressionist artists embraced printmaking as a
way of disseminating their images and ideas, and promoting social
and political causes.