Noël Coward: Art & Style
In line with the latest Government guidance, we are moving the opening date of our highly anticipated exhibition, Noël Coward: Art & Style, from Friday 20 November to a new date to be confirmed soon.
We are committed to presenting this unique celebration of Noël Coward, an extraordinarily talented man, whose influence on art and style resonates to this day.
All the key elements of this thought-provoking exhibition are in place and we are on stand-by to open our doors and safely welcome visitors as soon as we can.
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Noël Coward: Art & Style celebrates the dazzling visual side of Coward’s life and work by taking a fresh and vibrant look at the glittering world that Coward created. Bringing together never-before-seen materials from the Coward Archive, the exhibition demonstrates vividly the enormous impact that he and his creative circle had on the fashion and culture of his time, and how his legacy and influence still resonate today. The world première of this new exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of Noël Coward’s West End debut as a 19-year-old playwright.
The Noël Coward Foundation and the City of London Corporation are pleased to announce the exhibition, in partnership with the Noël Coward Archive Trust.
Image: Gertrude Lawrence and Noël Coward in Private Lives, 1931 - Times Square Theatre, New York. Photo by Vandamm Studio. Courtesy of Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.