Keats-Shelley House Joins the RSPB’s Let Nature Sing Takeover
On 17th October, Keats-Shelley House joined the RPSB’s Let Nature Sing Takeover. People across the world were asked to play birdsong on whatever device was handy to help raise awareness of the threat of extinction looming over birds across the United Kingdom, and elsewhere.
Keats-Shelley Curator Giuseppe Albano filmed the event for posterity, recording a guided tour of the museum from the Salone to John Keats’ bedroom, soundtracked by nightingales and skylarks. The event also offered the chance to show some bird sculptures by T-Yong Chung, whose work was recently shown in the House’s Stanze exhibition.
A Message from Giuseppe Albano on 111th Birthday of Keats-Shelley House
Our Curator pays tribute to the museum staff and the people of Italy (and so do Julian Sands, Reeta Chakrabarti and Rosie Cavaliero)
2020 Keats-Shelley Prizes - Shortlists
We are pleased to announce the poetry and essay shortlists in both Keats-Shelley and Young Romantics Prizes
Keats-Shelley House Synchronised Reading Group
Wednesdays at 12pm - we invite you to join us for a short, simultaneous(ish) read
Keats-Shelley House Closed Until Further Notice
2020 Keats-Shelley Prizes Open for Entries
Deadline extended to 31st January
Keats-Shelley200 Bicentenary Campaign 2020-2022
A programme of events, talks, exhibitions, podcasts and fundraising to commemorate the deaths of John Keats and PB Shelley
Keats-Shelley House Closure 8th December 2019 - 24th February 2020
The museum closes for vital restoration to our daisy-covered ceiling