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Find out more about the practice of visiting Bethlem in the 18th century.
Tom Rakewell enters into a marriage of convenience
A Hayes School student shares his thoughts on William Kurelek's The Maze
A mystery is revealed. Jacqui Karn, diligent detective, on the case in tracking down Madge Gill’s copyright holder.
Guest blogger Jacqui Karn turns hardboiled detective in Bethlem’s diligent search for lost copyright holders.
Bryan Charnley was a British artist who sought to capture in paint the experience of schizophrenia. On the occasion of an upcoming exhibition at the Museum of t
Tom Rakewell is saved from debtors’ prison
Volunteer Dylan tells us his thoughts on Figgy Fox's intriguing work, 'Welcome to my Psychosis'.
Tom patronising the Rose Tavern in Covent Garden.
Take a look at pupils from Hayes School's responses to The Maze.
This month's 'In The Frame' is kindly contributed by reader Jenni Lidyard, who looks at Valerie Potter's, 'Untitled'.
this skin we’re inBy Martha Orbach We’re making tea amidst the rubble. The house is feeling fragile. If you yell the walls tremble and let the...