1,000 years of crime and punishment in Kingston
PUBLISHED: 20:53 03 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:54 03 March 2014
Take a walk through the dark streets of Kingston’s past to discover tales of theft, murder, heresy and much more, in Kingston Museum’s 1,000 Years of Crime and Punishment exhibition.
From Friday March 28 to Saturday April 26, the stories of Kingston’s terrible crimes and their even more brutal punishments will be told through the art, cinematography and sounds created by the young people at the Anstee Bridge education programme.
With working stocks, a Victorian prison peep-show and Kingston’s Most Wanted gallery, this exhibition is expected to thrill the senses and excite the mind.
1,000 Years of Crime and Punishment will be free to the public and accessible during the museum opening hours, 10am to 5pm on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 10am to 7pm on Thursdays, excluding bank holidays.
• Kingston Museum, Wheatfield Way, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2PS. Web: www.kingston.go.uk/museum