An Evening with Martin Jennings
Renowned sculptor Martin Jennings is best known for his statues of Sir John Betjeman at St Pancras Station, George Orwell outside the BBC and the bust of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at St Paul’s Cathedral. He was also commissioned to produce a bust of Sir Edward Heath in 1991.
Jennings’s illustrated talk will address the process of making public statues of the great and good. The lecture will complement his exhibition “Poets, Plumbers and Politicians”, which will be running at Arundells from the 30th April until the 19th July.
THURSDAY 12TH MAY, 7pm, Arundells & the Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close Salisbury
Arundells exhibition room (not the main house) will be open to view from 5:30pm and you can then wander down to the Medieval Hall (just a couple of doors down from Arundells) for a drink reception at 6:30pm. The talk will start promptly in the Medieval Hall at 7pm.
There will be loos available on site at both venues, but no there is no parking at Arundells or the Medieval Hall, we recommend using city centre car parks or you could book a space in the Cathedral car park. Disabled access is available at both venues but only Arundells has a disabled access loo, but this can be made available throughout the event.
All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend.