West End comes to Harrow
Mon 1 April 2019, 1:46 pm
Harrow’s popular cultural hotspots will be hosting a range of top events in April adding to the borough’s successful arts scene.
On April 24 the European Arts Company arrives at Harrow Arts Centre after a sell-out West End run with The Trials of Oscar Wilde.
This dramatisation of the criminal trials of Oscar Wilde was written by his grandson Merlin Holland, who will make a rare special appearance for an informal pre-show talk at the event.
A free exhibition providing a unique look at industrial Harrow is on now until the end of April at Headstone Manor and Museum.
Our Stories Exhibition: A Snapshot of Harrow focuses on the memories of museum volunteer John Stratford who worked at the borough’s famous Kodak factory.
Bentley Priory is holding a Crack the Code event on dates throughout April, providing a special trail through the venue’s galleries where visitors can learn about the famous home.
This family-friendly occasion in Stanmore aims to introduce young people to this historic venue, which was used as a headquarters for Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain.
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