This is an exhibition we saw at the V & A in February 2018. I was reluctant to see this exhibition- Winnie not being a character I had not grown up with- but decided to go. I was totally fascinated by it.
On the flight back from London, I watched the movie "Goodbye Christopher Robin" (A good film, BTW) --it was timely and made the whole "Winnie" experience even more enjoyable.
How about a little of Opera history?
Check out the next exhibition we saw at the V&A in February 2018
Fulham Palace is a building with medieval origins, standing alongside Bishops Park , and was formerly the principal residence of the Bishop of London.
The site was the country home of the bishops from at least 11th century until 1973. Though still owned by the Church of England,
the palace is managed by the Fulham Palace Trust and houses a museum of its long history.
The Bishop of London originally had responsibility for the church in the British colonies in North America, although after the American Revolution of 1776 all that remained under his jurisdiction were the islands of the British West Indies.