Guild Events

Visit to the Dickens Museum & Supper
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Dress: Blazer / Jacket & Tie

To commemorate the 205th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, the Master is arranging for a party of Guild members and their guests to be given a private, guided tour of the Charles Dickens Museum in Doughty Street, London WC1. Charles Dickens moved into this peaceful, Georgian terraced house in Bloomsbury in 1837, and it was here that he wrote or completed some of his most famous novels - including Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby. After a welcome drink on arrival, Guild members and their guests will be given a guided tour of the house and museum, not only seeing where Charles Dickens and his family lived and worked, but also being shown the collection of rare books, paintings, photographs and memorabilia that are on display in the museum. After the museum tour, everyone will stroll to the nearby Ciao Bella bistro in Lamb's Conduit Street for a delicious 3-course supper and a glass or two of wine.

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