Victor and Catherine Moody held a special place in the social fabric of Malvern and this is the first comprehensive exhibition of their work for twenty years. Victor, a Royal Academician, was well known for his work in establishing and developing the Malvern School if Art from the mid-1930s; Catherine continued his work as head of school and became known as the ‘grande dame’ of the Malvern cultural scene.
Booking essential via TicketSource
No charge – donations requested
OPENING TIMES: (Please note these do vary and outside these times there are classes running at the house).
Saturday 19th June*, 12.00 – 5.00pm,
Sunday 20th June*, 10.00 – 5.00pm
Monday 21st, Tuesday 22nd, Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th June from 2.00 – 5.00pm.
Friday 25th June*, 10.00-5.00pm
Saturday 26th June*, 10.00-5.00pm
Also on Saturday 26th June – Memories of the Moodys with Dr John Harcup and the Writers Circle, 6.30 – 9.00pm (Ticket holders only*)
Sunday 27th June* – last day, 10.00 – 5.00pm
Please note that this event is being organised and run by the MCC.
*In support of the exhibition, the tea-room at Elmslie House will be open on Friday/Saturday & Sunday offering tea, coffee & Anna’s home-made cake and savouries for sale.
Although the exhibition is free, due to needing to limit numbers, entry is by timed ticket ONLY, and these can be booked either through the Malvern Civic Society Website: HERE
or direct ticket bookings can be made via www.ticketsource.co.uk