|10th Jun 2023 to 29th Feb 2024|
|Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4.45pm|
Low Parks Museum
Low Parks Museum 129 Muir Street, Hamilton ML3 6BJ
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|This is a free event|
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Sir Harry Lauder was Scotland’s first successful international entertainer – indeed the first superstar. A local lad whose unique stage image and performance brought world fame. Though a global success, he has deep connections to Lanarkshire.
The Sir Harry Lauder Collection is the largest public collection relating to the famous stage performer. The collection is now on public display at Low Parks Museum.
This colourful and theatrical exhibition showcases Harry’s life and work, and his influence at the birth of the modern age of communication. Through stage costumes, his trademark twisty walking sticks, handwritten letters and lyrics, music, photographs, film and archives, it explores his characters and songs, his world tours, his family and friends, allowing us a valuable insight beyond fame to the family man.
It will appeal to old and young alike in its colourful presentation, interactive dress up stage props and programme of activities, celebrating ‘a national treasure’.
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