Kirsty Nichol Findlay Interview on BBC Radio 4
Kirsty Nichol Findlay, editor of the forthcoming Arthur Ransome’s Long-lost Study of Robert Louis Stevenson was interviewed about the book yesterday on BBC Radio 4.
The interview is currently available here, at the BBC News website.
Imagination and Reality Exhibition Finishes
Our inaugural Temporary Moorings exhibition, Imagination and Reality: the Art of Arthur Ransome finished yesterday, September 4.
A big “thank you” to everyone who came to see it. We do hope that you found it both enjoyable and informative, and that it complimented your visit to John Ruskin’s home at Brantwood.Read more
Summer Events Season Concludes with Arthur Ransome’s Maps
Heavy rain and local flooding sadly meant that a number of people were forced to cancel, but some 25 went on the lake expedition, courtesy of Coniston Launch. Others were able to join them for the seminar that followed at Brantwood.Read more
Schedule Shaping Up for Swallows and Amazons Tour
The Tour opens with a five week run at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End (December 15, 2011 – January 14, 2012), followed by visits to Chichester, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Coventy, High Wycombe, Malvern, Darlington, Norwich, West Yorkshire, Canterbury, Sheffield, Wolverhampton, Plymouth, Blackpool and Cardiff.Read more
Ransome’s Critical Study of Robert Louis Stevenson Approaches Publication
This is the first time that Ransome’s critical study, Robert Louis Stevenson, will be published. Originally commissioned in 1910, Ransome’s unfinished manuscript disappeared in 1914 and was believed lost for many decades, until its chance discovery in a London bank vault.Read more