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New Series of Subtitled Talks at The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection have confirmed the latest series of subtitled talks and we're thrilled with the range live subtitled tours that we are going to be working on.

The Wallace Collection is a national museum in an historic London town house. In 25 galleries are unsurpassed displays of French 18th-century painting, furniture and porcelain with superb Old Master paintings and a world class armoury.

Wed 30 May, 1pm-2pm: Rembrandt: A Question of Attribution
Free tour though numbers are strictly limited to 25 people per tour and will be given on a first come first served basis. This talk will have live subtitles and the speakers' words will be displayed on handheld tablets.

Tues 26 June, 1pm-2pm: Can a house always be a home? Sir Richard Wallace and Hertford House
This free tour with Lynne Woolfson will have live subtitles and is strictly limited to 25 people per tour, given on a first come first served basis. The speakers' words will be displayed on handheld tablets.

Thurs 12 July, 1pm-2pm: Exhibition Lecture: Sir Richard Wallace - The Collector
Free tour though numbers are strictly limited to 25 people per tour and will be given on a first come first served basis. This talk will have live subtitles and the speakers' words will be displayed on handheld tablets.

Tues 14 August, 1pm-2pm: Gleaming with Menace: Princely Daggers in the Oriental Armoury
This free tour with Andrew Shingleton will have live subtitles and is strictly limited to 25 people per tour, given on a first come first served basis. The speakers' words will be displayed on handheld tablets.

Reserve your place on any of these tours in any of the following ways:

Email: community@wallacecollection.org
Text: 07501 759 258
Phone: 020 7563 9577

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