Einstein Visits Broadway (in a small way)

2019-11-04T15:29:00+00:00November 4th, 2019|

100 years ago, just six minutes of a solar eclipse was enough to provide proof of Albert Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. The rest is history. A new micro-sculpture of Einstein, one of the most influential scientists of the 20th century, has gone on display in the Willard Wigan Room at Broadway Museum and Art [...]

Volunteer outing in the summer

2019-09-18T21:39:25+00:00September 16th, 2019|

Staff and Volunteers Visit Sezincote A group of volunteers and staff from Broadway Museum & Art Gallery recently visited the wonderful house and gardens at nearby Sezincote. It proved to be a delightful and rewarding afternoon out. Set in beautiful grounds and dating from the early nineteenth century, Sezincote House is a unique example of [...]

Children from Broadway First School experience the many facets and faces of their Museum

2019-07-20T14:36:38+00:00July 11th, 2019|

Recently we hosted a visit from an enthusiastic group of 6-8 year old schoolchildren from Broadway First School, as part of their Arts Week. It was a delightful experience. The 36 children in the Group took part in a packed programme. Each child engaged in several exciting activities organised specifically for them by museum staff. Firstly, [...]

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, [...]