Andrew Graham-Dixon - Reflections on the Royal Collection

Wednesday 25 July 2018

8pm • St. George's Guildhall • £18, Under 18s £9

Leading art critic, writer and arts television presenter for more than 20 years, Andrew Graham-Dixon returns to the Festival with two fascinating talks.

The hour-long afternoon talk will be based on his Italian adventure by moped with chef Giorgio Locatelli, revealing how art and food were inextricably linked in Roman culture.

The full-length evening talk will be based on his latest BBC series Art, Power & Passion: The Story of the Royal
exploring the dazzling collection of art and decorative objects owned by Her Majesty the Queen, containing over a million items.

Andrew's lecturing manner is refreshingly un-academic, involving much improvisation and storytelling to the delight of past King’s Lynn audiences.


St. George's Guildhall

(In front of the former Arts Centre complex in King Street)
King’s Lynn
Norfolk PE30 1HA

St George's Guildhall is the largest surviving medieval guildhall in England - boasting many original and rare medieval features. The first theatre production was in 1442 and was officially reopened after an ambitious restoration in 1951, marking the start of the first King’s Lynn Festival.

Car Parking
The nearest parking for the Guildhall is on the Tuesday Market Place or behind the Corn Exchange on Common Staithe Quay.  Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. A £1 flat fee applies between the hours of 6pm – 8am. If parking before 6pm, please ensure you pay the correct fee.

There are stairs to the auditorium with access for those with restricted mobility via a stair climber.  For further accessibility information please contact the box office on 01553 764864

All of our Guildhall festival events have reserved seats.  The following seating plan is to be used as a guide only – for further details please contact the box office.

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