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.
Conservationist examining coins

Seaton Down Hoard: A first Glimpse

  • 26 July 2016 — 18 June 2017 *on now

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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Painting of a man smoking a pipe

Exeter’s Fine Art Collection: Seasons

  • 25 October 2016 — 31 May 2017 *on now

This exhibition features a selection of drawings, watercolours and oil paintings from RAMM’s collection with a seasonal themes, as well as Devon Landscapes, Exeter and People. Devon Landscapes include 18th-century watercolours by John White Abbott and more recent works by Robert Organ and Alan Richards. There are also topographical drawings and watercolours of Exeter by Sidney Endacott and Francis Towne. Three recently acquired botanical watercolours by Reverend William Keble Martin are displayed. These were plates for his book The Concise British Flora in Colour (1965).
The Winter and Spring exhibition features William Henry Hunt’s exquisitely detailed Primroses and Bird’s Nest, along with Henry Hainsselin’s expressive work Friesland Boer Skating and botanical illustrations from The Concise British Flora by William Keble Martin.
Accompanying event
Wednesday 23 November: Fine Art Gallery Guided Tour, 1 to 2pm, £10 (£8).

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

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Japanese woodblock print

Hiroshige’s Japan: Stations of the Tōkaidō Road

  • 29 November 2016 — 16 April 2017 *on now

This exhibition showcases a selection of Japanese woodblock prints from the series that made Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) one of the best known of all Japanese artists. His landscape prints are among the most frequently reproduced of all Japanese works of art and were hugely successful both in Japan and in the West.
He is particularly renowned for his landscape prints and his unusual compositions, humorous depictions of people involved in everyday activities and masterly expression of weather, light and seasons. His work influenced many leading European artists such as Monet, Van Gogh and Whistler.
This exhibition of 21 prints selected from the Ashmolean Museum collection, celebrates the series that made Hiroshige’s name: Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō Road. First published around 1833, the series depicts views along Japan’s major highway and is full of fascinating insights into the journey between the great Japanese cities of Edo and Kyoto.
Organised by the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford. The catalogue Hiroshige: Landscape, Cityscape is available, £15.
Concessionary price applies for X-card holders, supporter groups and students. Under-19s free.
Accompanying event
Wednesday 1 March: Hiroshige’s Japan: 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō Road, 2pm to 4pm, £20 (£18). In association with Art Fund Devon Fundraising Committee.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£4 (£2)

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=25535

French welcome party for Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria in Paris: Watercolours from the Royal Collection

  • 20 December 2016 — 23 April 2017 *on now

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/

A local collection of illustrated Ordnance Survey maps

What do you Collect? Mapping the Past

  • 17 January — 2 April 2017 *on now

Another in this series showing the passions of local collectors. Take a journey across the country and through time with a local collection of illustrated Ordnance Survey maps.

If you have a collection that you would like to display, email ramm@exeter.gov.uk.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/EXETER_RAMM

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.
Explore Roman Devon: Tours

Explore Roman Devon: Tours

  • 2 March 2017 11:30am-2pm
  • 16 March 2017 11:30am-2pm

Join a 30-minute tour to learn about life in Roman Devon and the story behind the collection. Tours leave from the courtyard. Each tour is limited to 8 people on a first-come-first-served basis.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free, but ticketed

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/EXETER_RAMM

Second World War handling sessions

Second World War handling sessions

  • 28 February 2017 11am-3pm *on now
  • 14 March 2017 11am-3pm
  • 28 March 2017 11am-3pm

Explore and handle authentic and replica Second World War objects.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free, drop in

DRLC course Collections & Identity

DRLC Course: Collections and Identity

  • 26 January — 9 March 2017 *on now

A six-week course giving the opportunity to explore the theme of identity in relation to objects and collections. People’s attraction to objects, or feelings of repulsion, reveal aspects of who we are and our place in the world. By taking an innovative look at RAMM’s displays and handling collections, participants will represent their journey in a portfolio of drawn, written, photographic and digital work which they can take away. This course is for anyone affected by mental health issues who feels that their identity has been compromised in some way.

This course is a collaboration between RAMM and DRLC.

Admission

Free, book places in advance: www.devonrlc.co.uk, T 01392 677067 E dpn-tr.drlc@nhs.net

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=29014

Roman coins

Explore Roman Devon: Handling Sessions

  • 2 March 2017 10:30am-12:30pm, 1:30-3:30pm
  • 16 March 2017 10:30am-12:30pm, 1:30-3:30pm

Explore the Roman collection and handle authentic and replica Roman objects and coins.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free, drop in

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=26709

Sunrise at Shinagawa, Utagawa Hiroshige I, colour woodblock print, 1833-1834

Talk and Tour - Hiroshige’s Japan: 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō Road

  • 1 March 2017 2-4pm

This talk by Dr Clare Pollard, Curator of Japanese Art at the Ashmolean Museum, will introduce the great Japanese woodblock print designer Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858) and his ground breaking series of views along the Tōkaidō Road. The talk will explore the development of the landscape print as a new genre in this period and give an insight into the process and techniques of traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking.

Tea will be provided after the talk, followed by an opportunity to meet Dr Pollard and hear more about the exhibition’s highlights.

This event is organised in association with Art Fund Devon Fundraising Committee to raise money for the Art Fund, the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331).

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£20 adults (£18 concessions).

Colourfully decorated Melanesian skull

Lunchtime Lecture: RAMM’s Melanesian Skulls

  • 2 March 2017 1-2pm

During the 1930s, three Melanesian ancestor skulls were donated to RAMM's Pacific collection, only to spend most of the last 80 years in storage, hidden from view. Find out who these objects belonged to, how they were used in Melanesian ritual, and the colourful characters who collected them.
A talk with researcher Kristen Leith and RAMM’s Curator of Ethnography Tony Eccles, followed by the opportunity to view the modified crania in the new Pacific Display in RAMM's World Cultures Gallery. The talk presents the results of research undertaken as part of the Discovering Worlds: Pacific project, made possible by Arts Council England’s Designated Challenge Fund.

Admission

Adult £8, (Concession £6)

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1373&ev=29020

Examples of Victorian lace

Lunchtime Lecture: Fashionable Victorians

  • 9 March 2017 1:10am-2:15pm

Shopping for clothes in Victorian Exeter: Find out how people shopped for clothes in the 19th century with surviving examples made and sold by Exeter dressmakers, milliners and retailers.

By the second half of the 19th century many businesses dealing in gentlemen’s, ladies’ and children’s ‘outfitting’, lace, feathers, artificial flowers and accessories were established in and around the High Street. Supporting these and the small tailoring and dressmaking firms around the city were laundries and allied trades specialising in dry-cleaning and dyeing, the cleaning and mending of corsets, and refurbishing of feathers. These were often family firms. Two of them, Green & Son and Mrs J T Tucker & Sons, provided dressmaking and millinery services. Elizabeth Tucker’s family business catered to a fashionable clientele eager to dress in the latest Paris styles. The talk will focus on several examples which are on display in the Making History galleries.

A talk by Shelley Tobin, assistant curator of textiles at RAMMA talk by RAMM’s Assistant Curator of Textiles, Shelley Tobin.

Organised by Friends of Exeter Museums & Art Gallery, registered charity no. 306649. www.exeter.gov.uk/friends, E friends@exeter.gov.uk.

Admission

Tickets £6.

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1441&ev=29019

historical artefact

Local History Tour

  • 11 March 2017 2-3pm

Join a 60-minute tour of our Local History collection, which includes the Archaeology of Devon from Roman and Medieval times, through to Exeter in the Second World War.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£5

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1379&ev=22334

Frances Spalding standing with arms crossed under archway

Evening Lecture: John Piper’s Vision

  • 14 March 2017 7-8pm

John Piper famously worked in many media and was eclectic in his interests. This lecture uncovers some of the internal and external factors that shaped his vision. British Art Historian and Editor of the Burlington Magazine Frances Spalding CBE FRSL, discusses how the dialogue between Piper’s passionate interest in the past and his commitment to the modern is at the heart of his achievement.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Adults £15. (Concessions £12).

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1374&ev=29015

Landscape print by Utagawa Hiroshige

Dementia-friendly gallery tour

  • 16 March 2017 10:30am-12:30pm

A friendly, relaxed tour of these landscape prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), visiting from the Ashmolean Museum.
Part of RAMM’s programme of Living Each Season dementia-friendly programme, activities are suitable for people with mild to moderate memory problems, accompanied by a friend, relative or carer. Led by specially trained staff, and designed to be enjoyable for both people with dementia and carers, each visit begins with refreshments and ends with an illustrated information sheet to take home and carry on the conversation.

Admission

£15 (includes companion).

Numbers are limited to ensure the best possible experience, so please book in advance.

Discounts and subsidies - Your first session is free while funds are available, please mention when booking. Limited disabled parking is available. For more information and about subsidies: T 01392 265305 E ruth.gidley@exeter.gov.uk, www.rammuseum.org.uk/about-ramm/participation/living-each-season.

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

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Driving rain at Sh–ono, Utagawa Hiroshige I, 1833-1834,

Workshop: Contact, Curiosity, Care: The 3 Cs of Mindfulness

  • 18 March 2017 10:30am-4pm

Discover how to use the museum as a wellbeing space. Learn how to see RAMM as a space of greater receptivity to see ourselves, others and our lives more clearly, more creatively and from a bigger perspective. Enhance your understanding of art and open up pathways of creativity and wellbeing with tutor Aspasia Leledaki. Please bring a notebook, pens and pencils as well as your lunch. Refreshments provided.

This workshop is a collaboration between RAMM and Mind.

Admission

£55

Tickets from Mind, simon.robinson@mindex.org.uk, 01392 204497, www.mindex.org.uk.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=29031

Catrin Finch and her harp

Rathbones Spring Concert: Catrin Finch, Harp

  • 22 March 2017 From 7:30pm

Doors open 6.30pm, Drinks £2 donation; Concert starts at 7.30pm

This year’s series opens with a recital by the former Royal Harpist to HRH Prince Charles, reviving this ancient tradition of a royal harpist that had last been held in 1873. Since her first solo recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations for Deutsche Grammophon, she has recorded with artists including Bryn Terfel, James Galway and Julian Lloyd Webber. Catrin has appeared as a soloist with many of the world’s top orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Pops, the Philharmonia, the Academy of St Martin-in- the-Fields and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Programme
• Bach: Prelude fromViolin Partita No. 3.
• Debussy: La Fille aux cheveux de Lin.
• Salzedo: Variations on an ancient theme.
• Alvars: Introduction, Cadenza and Rondo.
• Rota: Sarabande and Toccata.
• Trad Welsh: Airs.
• Piazzola: Libertango.
• Godefroid: Carnaval de Venice

Organised by RAMM Development Trust, registered charity no 1038570. The trust raises money through its patron scheme, sponsorship, events and grant applications.

Admission

£20 (£15). Patrons: 2 for the price of 1. Series ticket: £55 (£45)

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1392&ev=29024

Woman looks on at a sculpture of a head whislt making notes in a note pad.

Writing workshop: The Quest

  • 25 March 2017 10am-4pm

Writing a memoir can include not just past but also present experiences. Participants will use personal memories and the museum setting to focus on ‘quest writing’ – charting experiences whilst following a trail.
Tutor: Cherry Gilchrist, author of Your Life, Your Story.

Admission

£75

Book now, http://bit.ly/life-writing, from the University of Exeter

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=29035

Two birds drawn in the Japanese ink style

Workshop: Sumi-e Japanese Ink Picture Painting

  • 25 March 2017 10:30am-4pm

To complement the exhibition Hiroshige’s Japan, join Japanese watercolour artist Takumasa Ono for a special one-day workshop introducing Sumi-e, the ancient art of Japanese brush painting. The Japanese experience painting as a form of meditation that brings peace and harmony to the artist. These paintings traditionally feature subjects from the natural world such as flowers and birds, and are intended to also inspire a sense of tranquillity and joy in the viewer.
This practical course will introduce techniques to create striking paintings and discover the spiritual aspects of this unique art form. All materials are included in the price of the ticket.

Admission

£39

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=1386&ev=29033

Two girls handle Roman coins

Families and children: Roman Activities and Tours

  • 25 March 2017 10:30am-12:30pm, 11:30am-12pm, 1:30-3:30pm, 2-2:30pm

Learn about life in Roman Devon with short activities including designing your own Roman coin, laying out a mosaic floor to your own design, having a go at a Roman board game and examining real Roman coins under a microscope.

Activities: 10.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30 to 3.30pm

Making History gallery: Join a 30-minute tour of the Roman collection.

Tours: 11.30am and 2pm, free but ticketed

Suitable for

  • Family friendly
  • Especially for children

Admission

Free, drop in.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=26711

Three female dancers hold a piece of white lacey fabric above their heads as par of a performance

The Deep Blue Sea: Dance and Textiles Performance

  • 28 March 2017 11am-12pm

Exeter College Performing Arts students will perform a specially choreographed piece of modern dance and movement wearing garments created by Textile Design students and inspired by RAMM’s collections.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free, drop in.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?search=the+deep+blue+sea&s=EXETER_RAMM

Buddhist statue from the World Cultures gallery

World Cultures Tour

  • 29 March 2017 2-3pm

Join a 60-minute tour of the internationally important World Cultures collection, which includes objects from the Pacific, Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Near East.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£5

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/index.php?s=EXETER_RAMM&p=tickets&perfCode=1407&ev=22336

The Orangerie at Versailles, 21 August 1855 Royal Collection Trust

Lunchtime Lecture: The “Peaceful Battlefield” - the Paris Universal Fine Art Exhibition in 1855

  • 30 March 2017 1-2pm

On June 22 1853, the Emperor Napoléon III decreed that a Universal Exhibition would take place in Paris in the summer of 1855.
The event would also include a Universal Exhibition of the Fine Arts, which that year would replace the annual Paris Fine Art Salon, the most important regular exhibition of contemporary art in the world during the nineteenth century.
James Kearns, Emeritus Professor of French in the University of Exeter, outlines the history of the Paris Salon, the relationship between the Salon and the Universal Exhibition, the choice of artists invited by the government to represent French art in 1855 and the French public’s discovery of the British art on show in the exhibition.

Admission

£8 (£6)

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/index.php?s=EXETER_RAMM&p=tickets&perfCode=1371&ev=29021

Man dressed in second world war army uniform

Second World War handling sessions with the 307 Polish Squadron Project

  • 11 April 2017 11am-3pm
  • 30 May 2017 11am-3pm

Discover the story of the Polish Squadron based in Exeter during the Second World War.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Admission

Free, drop in.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=eventtimes&ev=22394

Emily Sun playing the violin

Rathbones Spring Concert: Emily Sun, Violin; Jennifer Hughes, Piano

  • 19 April 2017 7:30-9:15pm

Doors open 6.30pm, Drinks £2 donation; Concert starts at 7.30pm

Emily Sun has won all available prizes at the Royal College of Music including the Violin Competition 2012 and Concerto Competition 2015. She is a prize-winner in many international competitions including Brahms International Violin Competition Austria, and Rodolfo Lipizer International Violin Competition Italy. She has won all major Australian violin competitions and, in February 2016, she was selected for the Tillett Trust’s Young Artists’ Platform scheme and won the Strings Final of the Royal Overseas League Music Competition UK.

Jennifer Hughes has performed across Europe at venues including Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Oslo Opera House, St John’s Smith Square, St James’s Piccadilly and live on BBC Radio 3. She has also appeared at the Moscow Festival, BBC Proms, City of London Festival and Bergen International Festival.

Programme
• Schubert: Grand Duo for violin and piano.
• Wieniawski: Gounod Fantasy on Faust Op.20.
• Debussy: Sonata in G minor.
• Grieg: Sonata C minor.

Organised by RAMM Development Trust, registered charity no 1038570. The trust raises money through its patron scheme, sponsorship, events and grant applications.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£20 (£15). Patrons: 2 for the price of 1. Series ticket: £55 (£45)

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/index.php?s=EXETER_RAMM&p=tickets&perfCode=1393&ev=29025

The Alouda String Quartet playing their instruments

Rathbones Spring Concert: Alauda String Quartet

  • 16 May 2017 7:30-9:15pm

Doors open 6.30pm, Drinks £2 donation; Concert starts at 7.30pm

The Alauda Quartet was formed at the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2011. In 2013 the Quartet was awarded a Junior Fellowship in Chamber Music from the Royal Academy of Music and it was selected as Park Lane Group artists for 2015, giving debut recitals at the Purcell Room as well as St. Martin-in-the-fields. They have also been selected by Making Music for 2016. Recent tours have taken them the Italy, Spain, Germany and China.

Programme
• Mozart: Quartet in B flat K.458 “Hunt”.
• Haydn: Quartet in C Op.74 No.1.
• Mendelssohn: Quartet in F minor Op.80.

Organised by RAMM Development Trust, registered charity no 1038570. The trust raises money through its patron scheme, sponsorship, events and grant applications.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£20 (£15). Patrons: 2 for the price of 1. Series ticket: £55 (£45)

Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Website

https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/index.php?s=EXETER_RAMM&p=tickets&perfCode=1394&ev=29023

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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