Sir Noël Peirce Coward (16 December 1899 – 26 March 1973)

Image: (stMargaret’ “From late 1945 to mid 1951 actor, singer and playwright Noel Coward leased a house in St Margaret’s Bay, Kent, which he called ‘White Cliffs’. He used it largely as a weekend and holiday home, eventually buying or leasing the other four art deco houses clustered around it for his friends and relatives. All still stand today but are privately owned.”


“Noël Coward: Art & Style exhibition is open.

Noël Coward: Art & Style celebrates the dazzling visual side of Coward’s life and work by taking a fresh and vibrant look at the glittering world that Coward created. Bringing together never-before-seen materials from the Coward Archive, the exhibition demonstrates vividly the enormous impact that he and his creative circle had on the fashion and culture of his time, and how his legacy and influence still resonate today. The world première of this new exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of Noël Coward’s West End debut as a 19-year-old playwright.

The Noël Coward Foundation(external link) and the City of London Corporation are pleased to announce the exhibition, in partnership with the Noël Coward Archive Trust.

You can book your tickets for visits until Sunday 22 August now by using the button below. Tickets for later dates will be available to book from late July. You can sign up(external link) to our email alert to receive updates on when new tickets become available.Book tickets

You can now take a look at the trailer for a sneak peek preview of the exhibition using the button below. If you require any further information please email the Guildhall Art Gallery team.

We look forward to welcoming you back!”

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