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Jane Austen Centre 13h
The 2019 tickets are now on sale to Festival Friends! Sign up before June 20th to receive a priority booking code for this year's tickets!
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Jane Austen Centre 24h
Some ultimate for you! The new upcoming series of Pride and Prejudice (likely to air in 2020) is being made by the same producers who made Poldark! 25 years on from the BBC series, can there be a rival to Colin Firth as Mr Darcy? 🤔
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 16
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 15
"In this coming-of-age novel, Catherine will bloom into a real woman and heroine of her own life - empowered and intelligent, able to make wiser choices and to be as free." (Read the full essay about Jane's Catherine Morland here: )
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 15
Father's day is our opportunity to celebrate Jane's father, the Reverend George Austen, who supported her writing and even acted as her first literary agent. This moving quotation at her father's death is testament to their close relationship.
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 15
Our new luggage tag design has arrived! Find it here in blue or in peach:
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 14
If Jane Austen characters wrote lonely hearts ads... Just imagine what sort of thing Mr Darcy would have written! (Not that his pride would have ever have let him consider doing so)
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 13
We have a limited number of author-signed copies of "Mr Darcy's Guide to Pemberley" in our online gift shop! Better still, as part of our "20% off All Things Darcy" promotion this week, you can pick it up for just £19.99! Find it here:
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 12
Captain Wentworth - a hero with so much charisma that he could light up a room even if that room had not a candle to be seen.
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 12
One of our latest new arrivals to our online gift shop. An elegant finishing touch to your dinner table:
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 11
Hi Colleen, we'd like to send you a DM or an email. Could you follow us so we can message you? :) - J
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 11
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 10
today is the thought of diving into a good book when I get home. There's nothing like it for exploration and relaxation.
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 9
"A large dish of rather weak cocoa every evening agrees with me better than anything." - Sanditon, Jane Austen. Find out more about Jane and the form of hot chocolate she would have known here:
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 8
Romance is like a fine wine - it gets better with age.
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 7
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 6
The perfect word for Mr Collins' style of dancing!
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 5
At the moment mine is verging towards the last option...
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Megan Eve Jun 5
Yesterday I went to the Centre. It is a lovely place, very friendly and interactive.
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Jane Austen Centre Jun 4
A little factoid for Tuesday. Until the invention of the Penny Post in 1840, people didn't use envelopes as the cost of postage was based on number of sheets used, not on weight, and an envelope counted as a separate sheet of paper.
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