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Buckinghamshire Culture has emerged in response to a need to better connect, celebrate and enhance the creative and cultural organisations in Buckinghamshire and the great work that they do.
In 2018, spearheaded by Buckinghamshire Council we collectively started work on a Cultural Strategy for the county, which outlined the need for a new cultural partnership to take this work forward. Our partnership is made up of representatives from creative and cultural organisations, higher and further education, schools, economy and growth, place-making and health and wellbeing alongside artists and museum professionals.
London’s Cinema Museum is devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema from the days before the multiplex. Set in historic surroundings in Kennington, close to the Elephant & Castle, The Cinema Museum houses a unique collection of artefacts, memorabilia and equipment that preserves the history and grandeur of cinema from the 1890s to the present day.
Founded by Lecister Square Theatre director Martin Witts in 2014, the museum is fast gaining a reputation as a space for up and coming comedians making their way in the comedy industry.
The Watford Pump House Theatre and Arts Centre has been running for over 50 years and they’ve seen so much incredible art, music, dance, drama, workshops, classes, events and more take part here over that time. Their historic building houses a well specified small theatre, a flexible function room, a cosy arts space and a rehearsal room.
They’re are also a hub for emerging talent and an active leader in Watford’s cultural development. Annually over 35,000 people from all ages and backgrounds step over the threshold to either entertain or be entertained.
This Visit England accredited museum is housed in the former offices of Benskins Brewery. Telling the story of Watford past and present, the museum has displays of local history, industry and archaeology.
These include Watford at War, Print and Brewing and a display on Watford Football Club – which includes some fabulous Elton John memorabilia.