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There’s a new costume drama on the block this autumn. Sanditon (Red Planet Pictures) is inspired by Jane Austen’s final, unfinished novel which she began writing in 1817 here at her home in Hampshire.

Jane Austen's Sanditon consists of just 11 ½ chapters – enough to establish a bustling little world and a lively, intriguing set of characters. Since her death, a number of other writers have completed the work, or attempted...

On Monday 4 March Jane Austen's House Museum hosted Creating Successful Interiors: Interpretation, Audiences and Authenticity; a conference exploring how historic house museums present their interior spaces. The event was held at Charleston, East Sussex, the former home of Bloomsbury artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, which provided an inspiring backdrop for a day of talks and lively discussion about how historic houses ca...

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