The Friends of Kettering Art Gallery and Museum have relaunched their talks programme - suspended because of the Covid-19 epidemic. For now, talks will be by Zoom, with invitations sent to all current members. The first talk will be on the 20th October.
Friends Vice Chair, Phil Steele will cast a cultural eye over the 17th Century, and the world of 1645, the year that etched the name of a small Northamptonshire village on the timeline of world history. Naseby. The age of the Baroque ... of Rubens and Inigo Jones, of Velazquez and Bernini - and an age of unexpected treasures around the world.