East Riding Museums are delighted to be able to re-open the Beverley Guildhall from Wednesday 19 May 2021 with a new exhibition, ‘Exploring Medieval Beverley’.
Beverley Guildhall’s winter exhibition this year will be “Looking at Lairgate – Beverley’s Back Street”.
The new exhibition opens on Wednesday, 27 November and runs through to 13 March 2020. Those involved say this type of exhibition is very popular.
The Beverley Guildhall is offering ‘a little something extra’ during August. From Friday, 2 – Friday, 30 August there will be a table-top exhibition of paintings by local artist Tony Snowden.
The exhibition is entitled “Out of the Rain: People in Everyday Places”, and is in addition to the current local history exhibition, Edwardian Beverley: a snapshot in time.
A new exhibition, “Edwardian Beverley: a snapshot in time”, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Wednesday, 24 July.
Using photographs taken by ordinary people with the newly-developed Box Brownie cameras, this well-illustrated exhibition shows the people and places of the town as they were at the start of the 20th century.
An exhibition looking at the long history of boat building in Beverley opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Wednesday, 20 March.
The exhibition has been called ‘Trawling Through Time’. It will be linked it with the project of the same name currently underway in the East Riding Archives.
Beverley Guildhall this week opened a new exhibition called Extraordinary Women.
The exhibition looks at women from the town who have made their mark in history for a whole host of reasons.
This year sees the 50th anniversary of Beverley’s designation as a Conservation Area. To celebrate this anniversary a new exhibition, “Conservation 50”, is now open at the Beverley Guildhall.
Response to the exhibition has been very positive, many visitors commenting that they were unaware how much of the town was included in the Conservation Area. Many also feel that the exhibition helps them to appreciate the town in a different way.
A new exhibition,Beverley’s Satellite Villages, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 23 March, with a preview on 21 March.
Beverley’s Satellite Villages, looks beyond Beverley itself to the six villages that lie in a neat circle surrounding the town, and includes Walkington, Bishop Burton, Cherry Burton, Leconfield, Tickton and Woodmansey.
The latest in Beverley Guildhall’s series of exhibitions about Beverley’s history is perfectly scandalous!
The exhibition, which opens on Friday 24 November, is entitled “It all happened in Beverley!” and presents a selection of the scandals and catastrophes that have besieged the town over the years.
The latest in the series of temporary exhibitions at the Beverley Guildhall opens on Friday 14 July.
“Glimpses of History from Above” takes an unusual view of the town, from the air, and draws out the interesting historical elements that can be seen from above.
A new exhibition, entitled “Keldgate”, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 3 March.
Keldgate, the exhibition, looks at the history of this apparently unprepossessing street, which many see simply as a route from A to B, and unlocks some of the more interesting aspects of the street’s development and its many fascinating buildings.
An old photograph dating back to the 1940s has been sent into the HU17.net by Gainsborough resident who hopes it will interesting to someone in Beverley.
The picture that shows an collection of troops in 1947 was discovered after Michael Hill purchased an old frame to put one of his own paintings in when opened revealled the hidden treasure.
A new exhibition opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday 25 November, showing the results of the recent competition to capture “the essence of Beverley” in photographs.
The exhibition, called “Capturing Beverley”, contains over 100 beautiful images that were submitted to the Guildhall website over the past year. The Capturing Beverley exhibition runs until 24 February, 2017
Following the sell-out success of the Beverley on Film screening at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley in July, there is another opportunity to see the film
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding local photographers that there are only two months left to submit photographs to the ‘Capturing Beverley’ photographic competition
A new exhibition looking at a different aspect of the town’s history opens at the Beverley Community Museum in Beverley’s Guildhall opens this Friday 18 March.
A new exhibition which has just opened in the Beverley Community Museum in the Guildhall highlights the role that several of the town’s industries have played in industrial innovation and creativity.
Staff and volunteers at the Beverley Community Museum would like to hear from anyone who has memories of working for some of Beverley’s key industries for a new exhibition in the autumn.