Victorian Christmas Talk
Friday 15 December 2017, 2.30pm
Join us for a special Victorian Christmas talk, given by a member of Lakeland Arts' Curatorial team. Set within the nineteenth century Arts and Crafts house decorated for Christmas, the talk will explore why the Victorians began celebrating Christmas with traditions, and why these traditions became so popular. Find out about the origins of the Christmas cracker, plum pudding, tinsel and more.
The talk will be followed by festive mulled wine and mince pies in the Blackwell Tea Room.
Standard tickets are £12.00 or £7.50 for Friends of Lakeland Arts (including house admission and refreshments).