Next Lecture: The Evolution of Hip and Knee Surgery

2021-07-05T18:21:59+01:00July 5th, 2021|

There are still a few places available for the next event in our NFU Mutual (Moreton-in-Marsh) Lecture Series, when Nadim Aslam will talk us through the development of hip and knee replacement surgery over the last 50 years. Nadim is a Consultant Orthopaedic Knee, Sports Injury and Hip Specialist, so brings a wealth of experience [...]

Children’s Summer Art Competition: Prizewinners Announced

2021-07-01T20:39:55+01:00July 1st, 2021|

Children from our two village schools took up Broadway Museum's challenge to produce art based on their favourite part of Broadway. Although Broadway Tower was the most popular subject, it was great to see the many other venues that were chosen, including their favourite sweet and chocolate shops. The entries were judged by the museum's [...]

Our Volunteers

2021-06-04T13:13:24+01:00June 4th, 2021|

Bet you didn't know it was National Volunteers Week. A great opportunity to celebrate our team of dedicated volunteers at the museum. Without them, the museum wouldn't be able to operate and we're very grateful to them for donating their time and giving freely of their knowledge, energy and enthusiasm. There are always opportunities to [...]

Summer Opening Times

2021-06-01T13:56:43+01:00June 1st, 2021|

A quick reminder about our opening times now that we've opened our doors again. Tuesday to Sunday, 10am until 5pm (last entry at 4.30pm). Plenty of time for you to admire our new exhibitions, including An Artist’s Legacy: Sargent, His Sisters And Their Friends from the Ashmolean Museum, with some rare and precious paintings to [...]

Webinar Reminder: Richard Ormond 7th June, 7pm

2021-05-28T15:35:47+01:00May 28th, 2021|

To accompany our Summer Exhibition, Sargent, His Sisters And Their Friends, Sargent’s great-nephew, Richard Ormond, will talk about the family context of these remarkable artworks and their artistic significance. Richard is the former Director of the National Maritime Museum and is an authority on nineteenth century painting. He co-authored the complete catalogue of Sargent’s work. [...]

We’re open again, so why not bring the kids?

2021-05-28T13:06:18+01:00May 28th, 2021|

Stuck for somewhere to go with the children and/or grandchildren? Why not head for the Broadway Museum this weekend, where we have plenty to keep them occupied, including a new children's trail, Let's Find Out About Broadway, focusing on our rich and varied local history. It's been inspiring to see our young visitors enjoying the [...]

An Artist’s Legacy: Sargent, His Sisters And Their Friends. Richard Ormond Webinar Lecture 7th June at 7pm. £10

2021-05-28T14:59:07+01:00May 15th, 2021|

Richard Ormond Webinar Lecture 7th June at 7pm. £10 To book a webinar ticket for £10 per person, please use the link In the top line of your browser . Don’t forget the https:// To accompany our Summer Exhibition, Sargent’s great-nephew, Richard Ormond, will talk on the family context of these remarkable gifts and [...]

Broadway Museum & Art Gallery reopening with John Singer Sargent Exhibition!

2021-05-26T06:35:02+01:00March 20th, 2021|

From Saturday 22nd May to Sunday 3rd October 2021, Broadway Museum & Art Gallery, High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire is hosting a prestigious exhibition of a group of works by the renowned artist John Singer Sargent and his contemporaries, Augustus Edwin John, Gwen John and Philip Wilson Steer. The paintings, generously gifted to the Ashmolean Museum, [...]

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