News: V&A announces return to 7-days a week opening

Today the V&A reveals plans to return to opening 7-days a week from Monday 4 April as well as a full public programme of free events including the relaunch of Fashion in Motion, Friday Late, and the Performance Festival. Visitors will no longer need to book timed tickets for general admission to the V&A’s permanent... Continue Reading →

News: Largest collection of Fabergé Easter Eggs in a generation on display in major exhibition at V&A

Opening this Saturday 20 November, Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution is the first major exhibition devoted to the international prominence of the legendary Russian goldsmith, Carl Fabergé, and the importance of his little-known London branch. With a focus on Fabergé’s Edwardian high society clientele, the exhibition shines a light on his triumphs in Britain... Continue Reading →

News: V&A and National Trust – two of the world’s largest Beatrix Potter collections – come together to tell her life story in V&A exhibition

Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature will be the first exhibition to tell the complete life story of Beatrix Potter, one of the best loved authors of Children’s fiction in the 20th Century. Realised through a major partnership with the National Trust, this playful and interactive exhibition will invite visitors of all ages to rediscover this... Continue Reading →

News: V&A announces The Parasol Foundation Women in Photography Project

Today, the V&A announces The Parasol Foundation Women in Photography Project, a major new curatorial programme to support women in photography. The Project, funded by Ms. Ruth Monicka Parasol and the Parasol Foundation Trust, encompasses a new curatorial post alongside acquisitions, research, education and public displays, aiming to foreground and sustain women’s practice in contemporary... Continue Reading →

News: V&A announces an all-star cast of objects across stage, screen and music to go on display

The V&A has announced that several significant costumes including an iconic drag costume from the musical Kinky Boots (2012), Eurovision winner Sandie Shaw’smini dress and the UK’s first ballet pointe shoes for a variety of skin tones by Freed / Ballet Black have gone on display as part of a major refresh in the V&A Theatre and Performance Galleries, due for completion... Continue Reading →

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