Between 2020 and 2022, the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association will be leading Keats-Shelley 200, a programme of events to mark the 200th anniversary of the deaths of the John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley. Activities will take place both in the UK and in Italy and the programme of events promises to offer something for everyone.
Specially commissioned by The Institute for Digital Archaeology
6pm. 31st October 2021 via Keats-Shelley House YouTube
An evening of poetry and readings in collaboration with Sir John Soane’s Museum, London
KSMA hosts a glorious walk that followed in the footsteps of John Keats
15th October, KSMA at the Cheltenham Literature Festival for an afternoon of poetry and jazz as we mark the bicentenary of the death of John Keats.
An immersive video story narrated by Keats-Shelley200 Ambassador Bob Geldof
6th July 2021, 7pm. A celebration of the bicentenary of John Keats’s death by The South Downs Poetry Festival as part of the Festival of Chichester.
8th-10th July 2021: 4pm and 8pm. Forget the conventional shock and horror associated with the Frankenstein story, Blue Apple presents a tender and bittersweet portrait of this classic outsider as told by other outsiders.
11th July 2021: Join poets Stephanie Norgate and James Simpson on a guided walk of Winchester, as they lead you through John Keats' odes and inspiration
Relive a day of poetry and rememberance
2.15 pm. 23rd February 2021. BBC Radio 4
We talk to the author of 'Writ in Water', a new BBC Radio 4 play about the last days of John Keats.
Podcasts, Google Maps, Exhibitions, Videos - the Keats-Shelley House marks the 200th anniversary of John Keats leaving the Maria Crowther and setting foot on Italian soil - on his 25th birthday
200 years after John Keats set out from England on the Maria Crowther, Julian Sands reads works by Keats, Shelley and Byron in Keats-Shelley House
Commemmorating Keats and Shelley Bicentenaries with with exhibitions, books, talks, conferences, and online events