Landscape Institute members can claim 25% off tickets to landscape historian Dr Oliver Cox’s forthcoming lecture on Capability Brown.

Landscape Institute members can claim 25% off tickets to landscape historian Dr Oliver Cox’s forthcoming lecture on Capability Brown.

The talk, ‘Clumps & Concrete: 300 years of Lancelot Capability Brown’, takes place on 26 April at the Royal Geographical Society, London SW7. Full-priced tickets cost £20, but LI members pay just £15, and students £5.

As part of the ongoing Capability Brown 300th year celebrations, Cox will talk about the creation of some of the landscape architect’s most celebrated English landscape gardens, including Stowe and Blenheim Palace.

For more events taking place throughout the year as part of the Capability Brown Festival 2016, sponsored by the Landscape Institute, visit the festival website.

Clumps & Concrete: 300 years of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown is at 7–8.15pm (doors open 6.30pm), 26 April, Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7. Book on 020 7251 8142 or via the World Monuments Fund website quoting ‘Landscape Institute’.

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