Shakespeare Live – From The RSC, 3 hours of truly sublime entertainment honours a man of enduring influence as seen through an extraordinary array of characters
Collector David Roche AM, who left his treasures to the people of South Australia, features many Russian treasures, including a portrait of Catherine the Great
The Lost Prince and The Winter Queen are poignant royal portraits from London of the ill fated children of King James I of England & VI of Scotland (1566-1625)
The Victorian restored interior rooms of the National Trust’s Flagship Tasma Terrace’s authentic ambiance is used to great effect in staging this unique show
English author Jane Austen lived in one of the most eventful, colourful and turbulent epochs in the history of England and Europe.
Photographer Francis Bedford captured both culture and time in 1862 while traveling with Edward Prince of Wales to the near East from Cairo to Constantinople
During the 1790’s a debate on the ‘picturesque’ landscape raged, ending up having little practical application at all; its exponents supported an aesthetic, which included overhanging crags, swiftly flowing streams, gnarled oaks, and tortuous paths. This was in the main not acceptable to the majority, who wanted to enjoy looking…