We have been working with the team at English Heritage to bring the story of the beautiful Art Deco Eltham Palace to life through new, light-touch interpretation. The house, initially a moated manor house was once home to kings, queens and at times the entire Tudor Court. It was bought in the 1930's by industrialists Stephen and Virginia Courtauld who made it the place that we are familiar with today.

Sensitive to the historic significance the new interpretation encourages visitors to consider themselves as guests at the house, there for a party and able to interact with the artefacts and objects which are used to reveal the stories of the house.

Today, the press have been invited to view the transformation prior to it opening again to the public on Friday 3rd April 2015. We will be at the launch and will be posting photographs to our Facebook and Twitter feeds.