Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane’s Museum

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This immersive film accurately reconstructs a lost space at the museum, formerly the home and workplace of Sir John Soane – the bedchamber of his wife Eliza, who died suddenly and tragically in 1815.

Events in March at the Soane Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London.

Source: Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane’s Museum

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