We are currently enjoying the final day of our ‘Emma at 200’ exhibition, which saw Jane Austen’s fourth novel placed back within the global context from which it sprung, and to which it contributed. The exhibition covered the global, family, [...]
In this special podcast, we bring you all the highlights from our conference to celebrate 20 years since the phenomenally popular 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
On 5 September we celebrate 20 years since this landmark in television history.
Gothic is in the air this autumn with the opportunity to experience its dark imagination through the Terror and Wonder exhibition now showing at the British Library and a series of programmes coming soon to BBC Two and BBC Four.
The Archers actor, Emma Grundy, to play Jane Austen in a recital-performance at Chawton House Library.
Ruth Sillers, who began her career with the National Youth Theatre and reads regularly for Radio 4 and the BBC world service, will be talking about and performing extracts from her own audiobook compilation, War Girls.
Chawton House Library inspired Lindsay Ashford to write The Mysterious Death of Miss Jane Austen, which has been adapted for Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4.
Chawton House marks 200 years of Mansfield Park with speaker event for Austen lovers and scholars – NEWS RELEASE 13th Feb 2014
The 200-year anniversary of Jane Austen’s novel Mansfield Park is to be celebrated with a line-up of internationally renowned speakers.
TV company Optomen have announced the transmission date for 'Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball' which was filmed entirely on-site at Chawton House Library in January.