Wolf Hall Comes to York
19 September 2016 - 31 March 2017
Barley Hall’s ‘Power & Glory’ exhibition is now home to some of the most beautiful costumes from the smash hit BBC series, Wolf Hall.
Adapted from the international best-seller by Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall chronicles the rise of Thomas Cromwell, son of humble blacksmith, who becomes the right hand of the most powerful man in England, Henry VIII.
Explore the complex relationships of court life in Tudor England, where love, lust and politics mixed together creating chaos for the nation. Discover how Cromwell’s machinations allowed for the annulment of one of Henry’s marriage leading to the English church’s divorce from Rome.
Includes costumes worn by stars from the series, including Mark Rylance, Bernard Hill, Claire Foy and more… more..
History - The oldest parts of Barley Hall date from about 1360, when the Hall was built as the York townhouse of Nostell Priory, the monastery near Wakefield in West Yorkshire. A new wing was added in about 1430. Soon after, the Hall became the home of a leading York citizen, William Snawsell goldsmith, Alderman and Lord Mayor of York.
Barley Hall, 2 Coffee Yard, Off Stonegate, York YO1 8AR
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April – October : 10am-5pm
November – March: 10am-4pm
Elevenses at Barley Hall
Sunday 5 February 2017
Barley Hall, 2 Coffee Yard, YO1 8AR
Drop in for light refreshments at Barley Hall, a reconstructed medieval townhouse in the centre of York. After indulging in a hot or cold drink and some LGBT-themed cake, you will be free to explore the museum, including its fantastic display of costumes. The event is free, but there will be a collection raising funds for the ongoing work of York LGBT History Month.
Part of the York LGBT History Month programme - for more, see yorklgbthistory.org.uk
Organised by: York LGBT History Month
Tickets: Not required
More information: Kit Heyam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Accessibility: wheelchair access.