Thursday 20 March 2014 – Music Recital in the Music Room 7.30 pm
Sue Towner (cello) & Colin Towner (piano)
£8.00 (£7 FOSP members) Phone 02392 412265 to reserve your ticket.
Mothering Sunday 30 March 2014 - Free entry for mothers
House and Chapel open from 1 pm (last entry 4 pm)
April & May – House and Chapel open Sundays and Bank holidays 1- 5 pm (last entry 4 pm)
Musical Evenings in the Music Room at Stansted Park – make a note in your diary.
£8 (£7 FOSP) Phone 02392 412265 to reserve a ticket.
20 March 2014, 22 May 2014, 25 September 2014, 23 October 2014
Car Rallies in front of Stansted House – Classic or sports cars will be parked in front of Stansted House on the following Sundays - come along and have a look.
27 April, 18 May, 29 June, 17 August 2014
June to end September – House and Chapel open Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed from 1 pm (last entry 4 pm)
The Garden Show – Friday 6, Saturday 7, Sunday 8 June 2014
Fathers’ Day Sunday 15 June – Free entry to the House for all dads
August – Stansted Teddies are celebrating their fifth birthday – come and visit them during normal house opening. (Sun/Mon/Tues/Wed 1 pm – 5 pm) Free entry for up to 3 children when accompanied by paying adult.
August – The Pantaloons will be back – watch this space for more details
Exhibition in the Maze – on-going
Stansted Heads – an exhibition of masks by artist Mike Bartlett in the Stansted Maze
For Stansted Heads artist Mike Bartlett has made masks from a cast of his own face and layered these with individual faces of people he has met and photographed at Stansted House, these include people involved in all aspects of the Stansted estate, visitors as well as photographing historical figures from the many portrait paintings in the house.
These composite heads will hang on the Maze walls
From the Maze people may be able to identify some of the portrait sources from the paintings in the house.
Throughout the summer they will weather and change.
Parallel to the Stansted Heads exhibition is a group exhibition called Duplicity at the Transition gallery in which Mike has made masks from a cast of his own head and layered them with the faces of friends some here, some gone – these composite simulacra are the subjects for a series of Mask paintings