16 June 2021 at 6.30pm
Intensely private yet constructed on one of busiest roads into Georgian Bath, Beckford’s Tower (1826-7) was at one time intended to be the mausoleum of its creator William Beckford (1760-1844). This talk will explore the architectural development of the building and its landscape, and investigate the work being undertaken to interpret all aspects of Beckford’s life as a designer, writer, collector and slave owner.
Dr Amy Frost is an architectural historian and Senior Curator of the Bath Preservation Trust’s Four museums
MMT is working in conjunction with Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery who are managing our online bookings for online talks.
Click here to book: https://kensalgreen.co.uk/booking.php
Once you have completed your booking, you will receive a confirmation email, and then another email just before the event with access details for the events.
PLEASE NOTE - REGISTRATION MUST BE MADE VIA THE KENSAL GREEN LINK ABOVE. PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER BELOW FOR THIS ONLINE EVENT