Here you find an overview of all exhibitions at The Red House in Aldeburgh. Besides the current temporary exhibitions, the overview lists permanent exhibitions, upcoming exhibitions and past exhibitions.


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Britten in America
28Oct

Britten in America

In this year’s exhibition we follow in Britten’s footsteps and take a trip to America. Between 1939-1942 Britten lived and worked in the USA, writing some of his most fascinating works including Sinfo...
Artists as Emigrants
28Oct

Artists as Emigrants

A new display, plus a talk on 10 March, showcasing fascinating works by artists who chose to leave their homeland and establish themselves in another country. Taking its lead from the themes of Britte...
Early Philip Sutton
28Oct

Early Philip Sutton

The first sale of one of Philip Sutton’s pictures through a commercial gallery was in 1955 to Peter Pears, who was initially drawn to Sutton’s rich and vibrant colour palate. In total Pears and Britte...
Civilisations Festival at The Red House, Aldeburgh
10Mar

Civilisations Festival at The Red House, Aldeburgh

A nationwide festival which will re-examine the notion of ‘Civilisation’ as originally suggested by Kenneth Clark in his BBC TV series. As part of the festival, there will be a Reading Room exhibition...
Geoffrey Clarke: A Sculptor’s Materials
28Oct

Geoffrey Clarke: A Sculptor’s Materials

To mark the publication of Judith LeGrove’s book Geoffrey Clarke: a sculptor’s materials there will be an exhibition exploring the full range of Geoffrey Clarke’s work from stained glass to sculpture,...
Mary Potter Exhibition
28Oct

Mary Potter Exhibition

Come and see a selection of paintings by Mary Potter in Britten’s Library. All artworks are from the Britten–Pears Foundation collection.
Art Tours
25Aug

Art Tours

Discover Britten and Pears’ extensive art collection on display in their home. As part of the current exhibition Queer Talk: Homosexuality in Britten’s Britain some paintings have been highlighted to...
From the Archive: Billy Budd
25Jun

From the Archive: Billy Budd

This exhibition in the Archive Reading Room will focus on the writing and production of Britten’s opera Billy Budd.
From the Archive: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
13Jun

From the Archive: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

This exhibition in the Archive Reading Room will focus on the writing and production of Britten’s opera A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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