Moroccan themed fund raising dinner

2019-07-20T14:32:49+00:00July 5th, 2019|

Despite slightly unseasonable weather on 15th June, the Museum’s annual charity fund raising dinner, a themed Moroccan Evening, held at Luggers Hall, Broadway was a splendid affair: delicious, authentic, Moroccan food, paired with stunning wines, resulted in a fabulous tented dining experience in a rose perfumed walled garden. Thanks to the hard work of the [...]

Painted Faces: the Art of Flattery

2019-07-20T14:38:36+00:00June 14th, 2019|

On Thursday night, Dr Caroline Palmer from the Ashmolean Museum presented a fascinating, thought-provoking talk at Broadway Museum. The talk expanded on key aspects of our current exhibition Painted Faces: The Art of Flattery, so ably curated by Dr Palmer. It explored the relationship between cosmetics and portraiture, taking us on a journey from ancient [...]

Support us without it costing you a penny

2019-07-20T14:40:57+00:00June 7th, 2019|

Please remember to use #easyfundraising whenever you shop online - over 3,600 well-known retailers will send us FREE donations at no extra cost to you!   It’s a really easy and FREE way to help us so please visit this link and search for Broadway Museum and Art Gallery.. https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/invite/30LY4U/27LAUJ

Volunteer Week

2019-07-20T14:42:41+00:00June 4th, 2019|

National Volunteers' Week, which takes place from 1st – 7th June every year, is a chance to celebrate volunteering and say ‘thank you’ for the fantastic contribution that millions of volunteers make across the UK. It gives the team at Broadway Museum a great opportunity to focus on our small group of dedicated volunteers who [...]

Just Arrived: New Exhibition, Painted Faces

2019-05-21T17:33:12+00:00May 21st, 2019|

Feature Image: Left to Right: Elizabeth Eyre, Vice Chairman; Peter Oliver, Trustee; Dr Caroline Palmer, Curator; Dr Malcolm Rogers, Chairman. We have a brand new exhibition for you to experience on the second floor of our museum. Launched on 17th May, it’s called, ‘Painted Faces: The Art of Flattery’ and is curated by Dr Caroline Palmer, [...]

Willard Wigan: Through the Eye of a Needle – New Permanent Exhibition 2019

2019-02-22T19:43:09+00:00February 22nd, 2019|

There is a new Willard Wigan room at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery! This exhibition will be home to over 25 micro sculptures by internationally renowned artist Willard Wigan MBE. Smaller than a grain of sand, invisible to the naked eye, a microscope is neeed to see these incredible sculptures. One visitor last year wrote: [...]

The Art of World War II: A Personal Collection Special Exhibition Launch Event

2019-02-14T12:19:34+00:00February 14th, 2019|

Saturday 9th February saw the reopening of the Broadway Museum & Art Gallery for the 2019 season with the launch of the Art of World War 2 Special Exhibition. Forming part of the personal collection of art works of John Noott, art dealer and Museum Trustee, the exhibition was opened by Lieutenant General Sir John Kiszely KCB, [...]

February exhibition: The Art of World War II

2018-12-19T16:51:03+00:00December 19th, 2018|

Broadway Museum and Art Gallery is hosting a particularly special exhibition from 9th February until 16th May 2019 featuring art from World War II (1939-1945) which forms part of the personal collection of art dealer, and museum trustee, John Noott. John was a boy of  seven in 1939 and clearly remembers the day war was declared, the [...]

Broadway Artist Colony Room: An insight into fascinating artistic lives

2018-12-12T14:15:43+00:00December 12th, 2018|

Towards the end of the 19th century and into the early 20th century Broadway played host to an artist colony. These artists, who were mainly American, were attracted to the village by its idyllic rural nature. Literary and artistic friends joined them for long stays in Broadway and many lodged in the Lygon Arms. The [...]