National Treasures: Defining Moments of Stage and Screen

Date: 21st February 2020 - 1st March 2021 Recurs weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Cancelled on: 25th December 2020, 26th December 2020, 1st January 2021

Location: Kingston Museum Kingston Museum,
Wheatfield Way
Kingston upon Thames

Cost: Free

Time: 10:00 - 17:00

A photograph of the National Theatre Taken by Photographer Chris Arthur

Photographs by Chris Arthur featuring stars of stage and screen from the early days of the National Theatre.

Please note that due to COVID-19 this exhibition is currently closed. Please check back for updates on the re-opening of Kingston Museum.

From February, the Art Gallery will be filled with images of Albus Dumbledore, Hanibal Lecter, Miss Marple, Gandalf the Grey, professor Minerva McGonagall, Madge from Benidorm, Doctor Who and Henry V. Kingston Photographer Chris Arthur captured the actors who portrayed these well-known characters on stage at the National Theatre during the 1960's and 1970's.

Over the years Chris's images have been shown in a number of exhibtions. In 2013 'Chris Arthur: Scenes From National Life' was seen by 40,000 people. His work has been published in The Guardian, The Sunday Time and on the Londonist site. Chris is a proud member of The Association of Photographers. Check Chris's website to see his photos