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Roald Dahl and William Shakespeare

23rd April 2016

You might think there’s nothing to link Roald Dahl and William Shakespeare, but there are a few things they have in common…

Roald Dahl scriptwriter

22nd April 2016

Most people are familiar with Roald Dahl's children’s books and short stories for adults, but he also turned his hand to writing screenplays.

Easter at the Roald Dahl Museum

13th March 2016

From chocolate decorating to Oompa-Loompa parties, the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden has got Easter sorted.

Sofie Magdalene Dahl

1st March 2016

Roald Dahl Museum Archivist, Rachel White, takes a look at one of the biggest influences on Roald Dahl’s life, his mother, Sofie Magdalene Dahl.

Signed stories day

24th February 2016

Head to the Roald Dahl Museum on Saturday 12 March for BSL signed stories and talks, and try out their new sign language app, Signly.

Letters from Roald Dahl

7th January 2016

Rachel White, the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre’s Archivist, shares some delightful examples of Roald Dahl’s letters to children

The story of Signly

15th December 2015

Isy Mead, former Learning Manager at the Museum, talks about the development of an exciting new smartphone app for deaf visitors called Signly

Christmas at the Museum

9th December 2015

If you get tired of turkey sandwiches and bored of Brussels sprouts over the holidays why not pop in to the Museum for a fantabulous family day out.

Museum sign language app

7th December 2015

The Roald Dahl Museum launches a new app called Signly which allows deaf visitors to explore the galleries with sign language interpretation.

Late night at the Museum

3rd December 2015

Photos from the Museum’s annual late night Christmas opening as part of Great Missenden’s Christmas Festival - this year with a Twitmas theme.