BLENHEIM PALACE: The Agony and the Ecstasy

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Blenheim Palace

Possibly the most admired historic English building outside London, Blenheim Palace is an uncompromising World Heritage monument to English military ambition and one family's self importance. The story of its construction is a fascinating catalogue of excess and outrage.  

From within this 'cauldron' Sir Winston Churchill was born, recently voted the ‘The greatest Briton’ of all time.  Anthony Russell, a cultural historian, writer and artist, will be visiting Noosa on Saturday 11 March to give a lecture to ADFAS Noosa members on this amazing palace:  exploring the themes and characters and the genius of the palace’s architect Vanbrugh.

ADFAS (Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society) Australia comprises 38 societies and is modeled on the successful UK arts appreciation organisation NADFAS.  ADFAS Noosa Inc hosts Saturday afternoon lectures on a monthly basis for its members and guests at St Mary’s Church in Tewantin to which visitors are very welcome – a $25 entry fee on the door applies.  For further information call 5448 2394.


BLENHEIM PALACE: The Agony and the Ecstasy
3:45pm for 4:00pm start
Saturday 11 March 2017
St Mary's Church Hall, 17 William Street, Tewantin
$25 for visitors: bookings essential | Sharon Hyde 5448 2394, slhyde53@gmail.com, Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society Noosa Inc
 

Australian and Decorative Fine Arts Society Noosa Inc :
PO Box 481, Noosa Junction
Australian and Decorative Fine Arts Society Noosa Inc

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St Mary's Church Hall, 17 William Street, Noosa Junction




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