At Croome we are celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in many ways. Over the next few weeks you can be a landscape designer yourself by donning a hard hat and hi-viz jacket to get creative in our ‘Brown at Work’ site.
A free exhibition has opened in London, showcasing the responses of 16 leading contemporary landscape photographers to the work of Capability Brown.
Capability Brown sites large and small are being encouraged to take part in the UK’s biggest heritage festival, with a range of support on offer to those who sign up.
There are more than 60 Capability Brown events taking place this month – find one near you today!
A new exhibition at Hampton Court Palace showcases the work of John Spyers, with a series of drawings once owned by Catherine the Great. But who was John Spyers and what was his connection to Capability Brown? Tom Drysdale, Assistant Curator Historic Royal Palaces, explains
Interested in Capability Brown, and want to gain a more in-depth understanding of his work during Festival year? Why not book a place at one of six conferences taking place around the country.
Julia Mitchell explains why a team of five cyclists will be taking to two wheels this August, cycling the 295 miles between Capability Brown's birthplace, and the churchyard where he is buried
The World Monuments Fund Britain is offering £5 off tickets for a talk about Capability Brown at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 26 April
A major series of more than 40 exhibitions by the Embroiderers’ Guild celebrating the works of Capability Brown and the nation’s landscapes starts in February
A new exhibition in Horsham, West Sussex, showcases Capability Brown’s plan for Hills – a document long considered lost by experts, but rediscovered hiding in plain sight