Wednesday 2nd March 7.30 for 8pm Talk in Westerham Hall Grayson Perry who won the Turner Prize in 2003, is close to becoming a “National Treasure”. His beautiful, finely crafted pottery, which frequently has a sting in the tail, and his colourful, imaginative and often amusing tapestries are enormously popular in the fine art world. In his lecture Frank Woodgate will look at his work in some detail, as well as considering his cross-dressing alter ego, Claire, and his fondness for his childhood teddy bear Alan Measles.
The Wine Bar opens at 7.30 – talk begins at 8pm. Free to members – Visitors £5 on the door. More information about the year’s programme at www.westerhamfinearts.weebly.com