Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum
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Fully refurbished after a multimillion pound redevelopment, the new displays showcase the collections and collectors that have helped RAMM to become one of Britain’s finest regional museums.

They tell the story of Exeter and Devon from the prehistoric to the present but, more than a local museum, its internationally important world cultures and natural history collections also tell a story of global exploration and collecting in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Original architectural features have been revealed allowing visitors to experience the splendour of the original Victorian spaces. The extension includes a suite of modern, flexible exhibition galleries allowing RAMM to bring to the South West prestigious loans and exhibitions from national partners. Modern services improve the care of visitors and the collections alike.

A new garden entrance links the Victorian museum to its historic surroundings and the neighbouring gardens. The area is one of only five sites classified by English Heritage as an Area of Archaeological Importance.

You can also visit St Nicholas Priory - A Tudor Home, at the Mint, off Fore St Exeter. In part of what was once a medieval priory this splendid building was later lived in by the wealthy Hurst family. It is now presented as their Elizabethan town house with replica furniture, sumptuous fabrics and rich colours. Come and feel at home in this historic family home. Open on Saturdays and on weekdays during school holidays 10.00 - 17.00. Admission £4.20 for adults (Concessions £2.10), children £1.60 (0-5yrs free). All children aged under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. www.exeter.gov.uk/priory

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This museum has a Designated Collection of national importance.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

10am to 5pm every day except Mondays and bank holidays.

Admission charges

RAMM entry is free.

St Nicholas Priory - Saturdays, and Mon-Sat during school holidays from Easter to October. Closed on bank holidays. £4.20 adults (£2.10 concessions), children £1.60 (0-5yrs free)
Please see www.exeter.gov.uk/priory for charges for school visits and guided tours to the Priory.

The world cultures collections at this museum are Designated Collections of national importance.

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum collections contain important items from cultures in every continent outside Europe.

Items from this collection

Collection details

World Cultures, Natural Sciences, Fine Art, Decorative and Applied Art, Costume and Textiles, Coins and Medals, Archaeology

Key artists and exhibits

  • Designated Collection
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Landscape with lupins in the foreground and mountains behind

International Garden Photographer of the Year

  • 23 April — 28 August 2016 *on now

This exhibition showcases the top entries from the International Garden Photographer of the Year 2016. Now in its ninth year, this premier competition for garden and plant photography attracts over 16,000 entries from all around the world. It is open to all ages, amateurs and professionals alike, with a Young Garden Photographer of the Year award for under 16s.
These stunning images were captured as far afield as New Zealand and China, and as close to home as Dorset.
Concessionary price applies for X-card holders, supporter groups and students. Under-19s free.
Part of Naturally Inspired: RAMM’s season of botanicals, gardens and landscapes.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£4 (£2) Concessionary price applies for X-card holders, supporter groups and students. Under-19s free.

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=24038

Man standing in dark room

Outlier Detection by Rod Dickinson

  • 3 June 2016 — 1 January 2017 *on now

In Rod Dickinson’s Outlier Detection a 3D digital version of a decorative hand-painted 1830s police truncheon from RAMM's collection is animated by a stream of live data from www.legislation.co.uk. The artwork monitors and measures the frequency with which UK legislation is passed on an hour-by-hour basis, in real time. It looks for Government Bills that are called Statutory Instruments, a form of legislation which allows the provisions of an Act of Parliament to be enforced or altered without further Parliamentary scrutiny. When new laws are being passed at an increasing rate, the model truncheon starts to lose detail and break apart. If the rate of legislation continues to escalate, it finally loses all visual coherence before completely disintegrating.
Outlier Detection contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
Rod Dickinson is a visual artist and Programme leader for BA (Hons) Creative Media Design, at the University of West England in Bristol. His performative and media-based artworks explore the way in which our behaviour interacts with media feedback systems and social contexts. Rod has created installations and live events independently and as part of a team, for a variety of organisations including the Hayward Gallery, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Longside and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Rod’s work is held in public collections including the Arts Council Collection at Southbank Centre. He has exhibited widely, including Frankfurt, Ljubljana, Vancouver and Washington DC.
Artist Reflections: Rod Dickinson is the last of four artists who were invited to create a response to RAMM’s collections. The artists were chosen by RAMM’s Contemporary Arts Panel in consultation with Arts Council England and the Arts Council Collection at Southbank Centre. Artist Reflections was funded by Arts Council England’s Major Partner Museum programme.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=23035

Sunny beach scene

Exeter’s Fine Art Collection: Summer and Autumn

  • 21 June — 20 October 2016 *on now

This exhibition features a selection of drawings, watercolours and oil paintings from RAMM’s collection on the themes of summer and autumn, as well as Devon Landscapes, Exeter and People. Devon Landscapes will include 18th-century watercolours by John White Abbott and more recent works by Robert Organ and Alan Richards. There will also be topographical drawings and watercolours of Exeter by Sidney Endacott Buy fine art prints: and Francis Towne.
RAMM’s art collection is rich and varied. It consists of over 7,000 paintings, prints, drawings, watercolours, miniatures and sculptures dating from the 1400s to the present day. The collection includes donations from individuals, bequests and purchases. This display changes regularly to show a range of RAMM’s artworks.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/

Simon posed with plastic wild animals

What do you Collect? Miniature Menagerie

  • 5 July — 25 September 2016 *on now

A passion that started 50 years ago in Lusaka, Zambia, zoologist and zoo director Simon Tonge’s love of animals and biodiversity developed in tandem with his collection of plastic wild animals.
If you have a collection that you would like to display, email ramm@exeter.gov.uk.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=25546

Drawing of flowers in vase

Cafe exhibition: Efflorescence by Jude Freeman

  • 5 July — 2 October 2016 *on now

Local artist Jude Freeman explores her response to a garden through the seasons. This exhibition of etchings and drawings celebrates the constantly shifting cycles of growth and decay, focussing on wild and cultivated flowers. Jude Freeman studied History of Art at Sussex and the Ecole du Louvre and following a career in art schools (Brighton, Hereford and Camberwell) she began etching in 2011 after moving to Dartmoor. The artist printmaker has been inspired by RAMM’s Botany collection for this show.
The work in this show exhibition is for sale.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=25524

Image of jungle ginger

Flower Power: Botanical illustrations from India

  • 11 July — 11 September 2016 *on now

An exhibition of beautiful early 19th-century illustrations of Indian flora exploring the plants’ usage in traditional Ayurvedic and modern medicine. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries the East India Company controlled much of the Indian subcontinent. Keen to exploit and export valuable natural commodities, the Company set out to record the flora of India and commissioned Indian artists to create detailed botanical illustrations.

Many of the plants were known through their use in Ayurvedic medicine. One of the world’s oldest medicinal systems, it has been practiced in India for 3,000 years with plants being used to treat ailments from skin complaints, wounds and stomach ache to internal bleeding, malaria and epilepsy.

These rare and scientifically valuable works are a testament to the Company’s contribution to the advancement of botanical science. Surviving records of wages and the pigments and papers used help tell the story of the artists and their specialist techniques.

Part of Naturally Inspired: RAMM’s season of botanicals, gardens and landscapes.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=24139

Boy in Roman costume

Romans under your Feet: Festival of Archaeology

  • 23 July 2016 10:30am-3:30pm *on now

Visit the activities stall on Cathedral Green and find out more about the Roman archaeology beneath your feet. Can you solve the roof tile puzzle, make a mosaic with real Roman pieces and sort out your mortaria from your samian? Try your hand at our mini-dig excavations, make a Roman serpent bracelet, or create a brooch.
Part of the national Festival of Archaeology www.archaeologyfestival.org.uk.

Cathedral Green, EX1 1HS

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free, drop in

Website

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Conservationist examining coins

Seaton Down Hoard: A first Glimpse

  • 26 July 2016 — 18 June 2017

Thanks to a number of donations and grants, the Seaton Down Hoard has been purchased for the benefit of the people of Devon and Exeter and for future generations.
The purchase and conservation of the hoard of coins has been made possible by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Clinton Estates, a private donation by Patrick Long, and many contributions by members of the public.
The Seaton Down Hoard is the largest Roman coin hoard ever found in Devon. The coins were discovered in November 2013, and have recently been purchased by RAMM. Around AD348, the coins were buried, probably by a private individual or soldier for safe-keeping. They provide a fascinating glimpse into the world of 4th-century Roman Britain.
Work has begun to stabilise the collection of almost 23,000 coins, which will help us unveil the rich story of Roman East Devon and its place in the Economic history of late Roman Britain.
Each coin will need to be checked and a selection of coins conserved to reveal precise details of their date, type and place of mint.
See a display of the coins
A few of the coins will be on display for visitors to enjoy while conservation work continues on the main collection. You can catch an early glimpse of a small part of the hoard from Tuesday 26 July. A new display will be created for the entire hoard in 2017.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

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Illustration of plants

RAMM’s Paintings from The East India Company School

  • 28 July 2016 1-2pm

In this illustrated talk, botanist Martyn Rix will explain the background to the botanical paintings in the Flower Power exhibition. He will talk about how the paintings compare with the great illustrated books on Indian plants that were published in the early 19th century by employees of the East India Company. The East India Company was set up by Queen Elizabeth I in 1600 to develop trade in the East Indies.
Dyes, such as indigo, printed cotton (chintz), sugar cane, tea and spices were all important articles of trade. Botanists and doctors employed by the Company were always looking for new products to develop and export. There was also great interest in plant medicines.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£8 (£6)

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1058&ev=25543

Painted sculpture of a rhino

The Great Big Rhino Trail

  • 30 July — 9 October 2016

A life-sized painted rhino sculpture is visiting RAMM along with another, smaller rhino. Part of Paignton Zoo’s Great Big Rhino Trail of sculptures painted by local artists to inhabit the English Riviera and Exeter, the rhinos will be auctioned for charity in October and the funds raised will be used by Paignton Zoo to support rhino conservation. The project showcases local artistic talent, while highlighting the significant threats facing wild rhinos.
Accompanying event
Wednesday 24 August, 2 to 3pm, (£6) - Talk: Will the Rhino survive the 21st Century?

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=24170

Escot House surrounded by greenery

Escot: A Capability Brown Design?

  • 2 August 2016 2-3:30pm

Enrich your knowledge of local gardens at Escot Park. Owner John-Michael Kennaway will discuss the development of the parkland since the 17th century – was it designed by Capability Brown or not? He will explain ice ponds and water meadows, as well as talking about iconic plantings at Escot and giving a brief history of the house and family. Lunches and cream teas can be purchased in the adjacent Coach House.
Tickets from Escot Park, phone 01404 819155 or email info@escot-devon.co.uk.
Escot House, Escot Park, Ottery St Mary, EX11 1LU

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£5

Girl uses smartphone to take image of plant

Garden Quest Botanical Walk

  • 18 August 2016 2-4pm

Join Botanist Mike Lock on walk around Exeter, following RAMM’s digital The Great Exeter Garden Quest around the city’s parks and gardens. Find out more about the botany of familiar flowers and trees in the city, as you walk through Rougemont Gardens, Northernhay Gardens and more. Take photographs of the plants he identifies at each location and, if you have a smartphone or tablet, upload them onto the Garden Quest digital trail (help will be available). There will be some uphill walking. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for walking and the weather on the day. http://m.rammtimetrail.org.uk/exeter-garden-quest

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£5

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1045&ev=25533

Image of Simon Tonge

Will the Rhino survive the 21st Century?

  • 24 August 2016 2-3pm

A talk for families by Simon Tonge, Executive Director, Paignton Zoo. There are only six species of rhinoceros left on the planet and, if current trends continue, it is likely that all of them will disappear before the end of the century. The lecture will talk about the threats to rhinos and what is being done to combat those threats.
A life-sized painted rhino sculpture is visiting RAMM from 30 July to 9 October as part of Paignton Zoo’s Great Big Rhino Trail. Rhino sculptures painted by local artists will inhabit the English Riviera and Exeter throughout the summer to highlight the threats facing wild rhinos.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£6

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1061&ev=25548

Natural landscape sketch and painting

Kurt Jackson: Revisiting Turner’s Tourism

  • 10 September — 4 December 2016

Contemporary British artist Kurt Jackson visited 12 locations in Devon and Cornwall depicted in the work of J.M.W. Turner – one of Britain’s greatest landscape painters.
Kurt Jackson has worked within the landscape for over 30 years. Largely influenced by current concerns and seen with an environmental slant, he has become fascinated by the dynamic element of change through both our own pressure and the Earth’s natural processes. From Land’s End to Exeter he investigated and recorded the profound changes that have occurred between the 19th century and the present.
The exhibition showcases a diverse body of work in a variety of media with accompanying film, sketchbooks and other relevant material. Jackson’s new works will be shown together with the Turner engravings that inspired them.
Kurt Jackson is based in Cornwall and his practice has taken him throughout the country and Europe. He was given access to the University of Exeter’s collection of Turner engravings, produced to promote tourism through ‘the picturesque’.
Organised in collaboration with the University of Exeter.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

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Inflatable black sculpture

Michael Shaw Gallery Talk

  • 16 September 2016 5:45-6:30pm

Sculptor Michael Shaw will discuss his work, which includes gargantuan inflatable sculptures which eat buildings, and chameleon-like sculptures in colour-changing plastics and light. During his talk, Michael will give an insight into the making and conceptual processes behind the work in his exhibition Sculpting the Museum. Ticket price includes entry to the private view to Sculpting the Museum directly after the talk.
Linked to the exhibition Michael Shaw: Sculpting the Museum (17 September to 13 November at RAMM)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£8 (£6)

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1056&ev=25537

Yellow and orange striped inflatable sculpture

Michael Shaw: Sculpting the Museum

  • 17 September — 13 November 2016

Artist Michael Shaw’s sculpture is original, dynamic and fun. He has created a massive, inflatable sculpture to inhabit RAMM’s gallery. Shaped by the gallery walls, high ceiling and annexe, and animated by cyclical inflation and deflation, it becomes a living, breathing object. Michael Shaw’s responses to artefacts from the museum collections are made in metals, plastics and natural materials, using laser cutting and rapid prototyping. They sit alongside the originals which are displayed as a 21st-century Cabinet of Curiosities.
Michael Shaw is best known as a sculptor who works with inflatable structures to express his interest in space, light, translucency and transparency. He has responded to other historic buildings including Burghley House in Lincolnshire; Bethesda Chapel in Stoke-on-Trent; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; and the Varna Palace in Aarhus, Denmark.
He has also exhibited in Berlin, Florence, Hamburg, Paris, Rome and Tokyo and was shortlisted for the Jerwood Sculpture Prize and the Lynn Chadwick award at the Royal West of England Academy.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=25541

Two visitors admire Tiger taxidermy

Creative Collaborations Conference

  • 3 November 2016 10:30am-4pm

Contemporary Artists & Cultural Heritage - Artists working in different media share their experiences of exploring and responding to historic collections and creating new perspectives on cultural heritage.
Organised and hosted by RAMM, the conference is an opportunity to hear about the visual arts ecology in Exeter from partner organisations and the Arts Council Collection during its 70th anniversary year. Presentations from artists and curators and plenary sessions are combined with a chance to view current exhibitions in Exeter Phoenix and RAMM.
Participants include artists who have worked with RAMM’s collections: Mark Anstee, Professor Sonia Boyce MBE, Rod Dickinson and Serena Korda; and curators Matt Burrows (Curator, Exeter Phoenix), Jill Constantine (Head of the Arts Council Collection at Southbank Centre) and Kathy Norris (Project Manager, Spacex).
Special dietary requirements
The £6 admission charge includes refreshments and lunch. If you have any specific dietary requirements please advise us by email: HYPERLINK "mailto:ramm@exeter.gov.uk" ramm@exeter.gov.uk.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£6

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=968&ev=24498

French welcome party for Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria in Paris: Watercolours from the Royal Collection

  • 20 December 2016 — 23 April 2017

An exhibition showcasing forty-four watercolours of Queen Victoria’s remarkable visit to Paris in 1855, all commissioned by or for Queen Victoria.
The historic ten day visit was on the invitation of the Emperor Napoleon III and his wife Eugénie. The first time a reigning British monarch had visited the French capital in over 400 years, the visit ostensibly celebrated the military alliance between France and Britain against Russia in the Crimean War. It also cemented a great personal friendship that had developed between the two rulers, just forty years after the Battle of Waterloo.
Never before displayed in their entirety, the watercolours capture the magnificence of the occasion, showing dramatic illuminations, spectacular balls and exquisite Second Empire interiors.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£4 (£2)

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Landscape drawing of battlefield

Commemorating the First World War: Museum Activity 1914 to 1918

  • 23 May — 1 November 2016 *on now

This small display recalls the activities at the museum during the First World War. New acquisitions, public talks and field trips, requisition of a museum building for a military hospital and the opening of St Nicholas Priory as an historic attraction are revealed using RAMM’s collections.
During the 2014 to 2018 commemoration period, the theme of the First World War display will change regularly to show objects from the museum’s collections that reflect life in Exeter and Devon during the First World War.

Suitable for

  • Any age
Two men dressed up

The Wonder of all Wonders Peepshow at Play Day in the Park

  • 3 August 2016 12-3pm

Belmont Park, Gordon Road, Exeter EX1 2DH
See the Wonder of all Wonders that ever the world has wondered at! Your chance to experience the new, all-singing, all-dancing, magical world of the Georgian Peepshow featuring some of RAMM’s amazing magic-lantern slides. Peep into another world and pop out with a smile on your face!
Devised and performed by Promenade Promotions and supported by the University of Exeter and Exeter City Council. Part of National Playday, the Belmont Play Day is presented by Exeter Children’s Centres and Merry Go Round Toy Libraries.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Where

Belmont Park
Gordon Road
Exeter
Devon
EX12DH
England

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=25616

Zoomed in image of hand holding pencil

Dementia-friendly art-making: summer

  • 4 August 2016 10:30am-12:30pm

A hands-on creative activity for people with dementia and carers, inspired by Flower Power, an exhibition of botanical illustrations from India. All materials supplied.
Suitable for people with mild to moderate memory problems, who must be accompanied by a friend, relative or carer. Each visit begins with refreshments and ends with an illustrated information sheet to take home and carry on the conversation. The Norman Family Charitable Trust has provided limited funds to allow a free first session and local transport. Call 01392 265305 for details.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£15 (including companion)

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1041&ev=25527

Basket made of leaves encompassing pink roses

Morning Floristry Workshop

  • 5 August 2016 10:30am-12:30pm

A special opportunity to get creative with flower arranging. In this tailor-made morning workshop, you will learn how to create a frame to support flowers, giving you a ‘canvas’ on which to build your floral design. The workshop will show how textures and groups can enhance your arrangement. No experience needed. Take your arrangement away with you at the end of the workshop. All the flowers and foliage will be provided and tuition will be given by British Floristry Master Julie Collins, owner of the RHS Gold Medal-winning Academy of Floral Art.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£25

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1048&ev=25538

Illustration of lilie

Botanical Illustration Workshop

  • 11 August 2016 10am-4pm

Inspired by the Flower Power exhibition, award-winning authors and botanical illustrators Meriel Thurstan and Rosie Martin will teach you how to paint exotic lilies. This is your chance to get lost in a new world as you experience the therapeutic and reflective values of botanical painting. With your booking confirmation, you will receive a list of suggested materials to bring. Bring your own lunch or visit the Pantry Cafe at RAMM. Everything else will be provided, including useful step-by-step instructions to take home.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£35

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1040&ev=25523

Image of Simon Mills

What We Can Take Home from Traditional Indian Medicine

  • 7 September 2016 1-2pm

‘Ayurveda’ translates as ‘knowing life’ and reflects the way traditional medicine in India was seen as a way to live well every day. Medicines, mostly from plants, fitted in with good eating, sleeping, breathing, yoga and other exercises. Physicians would only be called on for more serious interventions when home care failed to cope. Simon Mills is an international authority and Exeter-based herbal practitioner. He will introduce Ayurvedic insights and illustrate simple and safe ways in which traditional medicines were used at home.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£8 (£6)

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1060&ev=25547

Image of Robin Harford

City Foraging Walk

  • 10 September 2016 2-5pm

On this 3-hour foraging course led by ethnobotanist and professional forager Robin Harford, you will be taken on an amazing journey through the secret foraging haunts of Exeter. Discover the delicious and highly nutritious wild food treats that are freely available right under your nose. You will be shown how to identify wild edible plants, and learn about their nutritional values and folklore. You will also learn about sustainable foraging, safety, guidelines and the law.
This relaxing walk will start at RAMM and finish on Cathedral Green. The walk will be on even ground with some uphill walking. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.
Robin specialises in wild edible plants and has been teaching people about their local edible landscape throughout the UK since 2009. He has taught foraging at Eden Project, appeared on TV and radio and consults for TV companies and celebrity chefs.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£25

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1050&ev=25525

Image of seven cheerful guys

Live at RAMM: The Blockheads

  • 1 October 2016 7:30-11pm

See The Blockheads playing live. The band behind Ian Dury’s poetic lyrics, is famous for songs such as Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick, What A Waste, Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3), and many others.
Rarely off the road since the death of Ian Dury in 2000, and with Derek Hussey fronting the band, The Blockheads remain an English institution. Interest in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, the recent biopic of Ian Dury and the musical Reasons to be Cheerful, has introduced the band to a new audience.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£20

Website

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Image of Midge Ure playing guitar

Midge Ure: Something from Everything

  • 10 December 2016 From 7:30pm

Enjoy favourite hits and something unusual, all played with Midge’s usual commitment and experienced in the intimacy of RAMM’s gallery.
His latest shows, on the “Something From Everything Tour”, cover at least one song from every album he has released from the Rich Kids in 1977, via Visage and Ultravox, to his solo albums such as the Gift, Pure and Answers to Nothing. Playing with three-piece India Electric Company adds texture and depth to the material, this time Joseph O'Keefe will be adding keyboards to the mixture providing a more electronic nature to some of the songs.
Midge Ure has a career that spans over 40 years – from his “pop band” beginnings, “almost” joining the Sex Pistols, the electronic groundbreaking work with Visage (Fade To Grey is still voted #1 in its genre across Europe), via the mainstream success of Ultravox to the twists and turns of his solo releases.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£20

Website

http://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1030&ev=25264

Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery
Queen Street
Exeter
Devon
EX4 3RX
England

Website

RAMM's home page

www.rammuseum.org.uk

E-mail

ramm@exeter.gov.uk

Telephone

01392 265858

Fax

01392 421252

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