Yvvette Edwards is a British East Londoner of Montserratian origin and author of two novels, A Cupboard Full of Coats and The Mother, in addition to a number of short stories included in anthologies and for radio broadcast. Her work has been nominated for a number of literary awards including the Man Booker Prize.
The Mother is a take on crime from a different perspective and throws a spotlight on some of the most important and troubling issues of our time. The unimaginable has happened to Marcia Williams. Her bright and beautiful sixteen-year-old son, has been brutally murdered. Consumed by grief and rage, she has to endure something no mother should ever have to experience: the trial of the teenage boy accused of taking her son’s life
Includes entrance to the house and the Agatha Christie Exhibition.
Open until Tuesday 31 December 2019
Brand new for 2019, Birthday Parties at the Museum. Available all year.
Open until Sunday 1 September 2019
A touring exhibition from the House of Illustration featuring reproductions of Quentin...