“My Dearest Kate”- Saturday 4th November 2017

Charles and Catherine Dickens were married in 1836 in London, legally separated in 1858, but never divorced.  After 10 children, Charles forced Catherine to leave their home alleging she was mentally ill and unfit as a wife and mother.  On her deathbed, Catherine requested that her collection of the letters from Charles were given to The British Museum so that the world would know her story and the Charles she knew.

“My Dearest Kate” written in 1983 by Ellie Dickens has been adapted, from a one woman monologue into this exciting two actor production staring Marianne Gaston and David Holman

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We are delighted to announce our next exhibition running from 29th September and continuing throughout October

OCTOBER

at Chapel Arts

29th September, Continuing throughout October

Chapel Arts welcomes you to our October Exhibition. On the ground floor Malcolm Martin and Gaynor Dowling, showing ‘Still Lifes’, groups of carved wooden vessel forms, rich in shape and texture. Cheltenham based Jayne Tricker’s atmospheric landscapes continue. The long gallery features beautiful new works in oil by Tom Gowan. The mezzanine has Mike Paul and his exhibition ‘Cheltenham Life etc’, capturing fleeting moments of the everyday.
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