DRESSED FOR DRAMA COSTUME EXHIBITION AT WORCESTER CATHEDRAL - TV AND FILM COSTUME EXHIBITION LAUNCH.
Peter Atkinson, The Dean of Worcester said “Some of the costumes have fascinating connections to the story of the Cathedral. The costumes of Henry VIII reminds us of his elder brother Prince Arthur, who died prematurely in 1502 and whose tomb you can see in the Cathedral. The medical costumes of a World War I soldier and nurse remind us of the many World War I names commemorated in the Cloister windows just outside the Chapter house.”
The exhibition is exclusive to Worcester Cathedral and has been devised, created and organised by a small in-house team.
Some of the thirty five period costumes from London costumiers have never been on public display before. The costumes to be displayed are from popular programmes such as Downton Abbey, Mr Selfridge and Poldark. Also from award winning productions, such as the Bafta winning Wolf Hall and Oscar nominated The Danish Girl.
To find out more about visiting Dressed for Drama, which is open form 1st – 29th August visit www.worcestercatheral.co.uk or ring the Cathedral office on 01905 732900
For a photo opportunity or interview contact Susan MacLeod, Operational Manager – 01905 732903