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Tess of the d'Urbervilles [Event]
Tess of the d'Urbervilles
A Mellstock Poems Walk [Page]
A Mellstock poems walk at the very heart of Hardy country Dorset.
Tess of the d'Urbervilles - A New Production [Event]
A new adaptation by the Bradfordians Dramatic Society
Portland Walk through the country of The Well-Beloved [Event]
Portland Walk through the country of The Well-Beloved Friday 21st September, 2018 at 10.00am
A Return of the Native Walk [Page]
To fully appreciate the atmosphere – the true solitude - of Egdon Heath set out on this walk at daybreak
A Portrait of Tess/Mr Hardy's War [Event]
The portrait is of Agatha Cox 'Her on whom I thought when I wrote Tess'. She married Hamo Thorneycroft, the sculptor, in 1884 and thus became the aunt of Sigfried Sassoon.
A Woodlanders Walk – Bubb Down and the Melburys [Page]
The best way to get a true feel of The Woodlanders country is on foot. At any time of year, it is a rewarding.
The 'Casterbridge' Walk [Event]
This is a two-hour walk led by Dorchester's own Town Crier Alistair Chisholm. Beginning at the Town Pump it will take in various 'Casterbridge' sites
Portland Walk - The Dorchester Literary Festival [Event]
This is a 5 mile walk from Portland (North) to The Verne, in conjunction with the Portland Museum Trust as part of the Dorchester Literary Festival.
Mrs Yeobrights Last Walk [Event]
To celebrate the 175th anniversary of the publication of The Return of the Native.
A Walk around Thomas Hardy's Casterbridge [Event]
This is a walk investigating Hardy's Casterbridge, led by Town Crier Alistair Chisholm and THS Chairman Tony Fincham
Hardy's Tess at Kingston Maurward [Event]
Hardy was born and lived most of his life within or next to the Kingston Maurward Estate.
A Budmouth Walk [Page]
On reaching the Esplanade, you are confronted by the beautiful blue bay stretching from the Cliffs of White Nose on your left to Nothe Fort on your right.
Thomas Hardy Society and STAND Walk (Save the Area North of Dorchester) [Event]
A walk across water-meadows and down-land under threat by developers
Mellstock Poems Walk [Event]
Meet at Thorncombe Wood Car Park (NGR SY724922) for a gentle four mile walk through the heart of Hardy Country
Tess (No Angel Wings) [News]
An original musical tribute to Hardy's Heroine
Palm Sunday THS & STAND Walk [Event]
A walk in support of Save The Area North of Dorchester.
2018 Birthday Weekend [Event]
The 2018 Birthday Weekend will begin on Saturday 2nd June (168 years after Hardy was born).
Tess (No Angel Wings) [Page]
An original song inspired by Hardy's great tragic heroine
A walk around Jude's 'Shaftesbury' [Event]
What have a stonemason from Fawley, 4 obscure teachers, 2 Shastonians (one fictional), 3 Kings, a Saxon Nunnery, 27 pubs
The Trumpet Major Walk [Page]
Military Manoeuvres: The Trumpet Major & The Melancholy Hussar of the German Legion a downland walk (5 miles)
The Old Neighbour and the New [Event]
Tony Fincham will be joined by Thomas Hardy and William Barnes experts Alistair Chisholm and Brian Caddy for a 2.5 mile walk in Hardy's footsteps across the fields to Winterborne Came Church
A Thomas Hardy Autumn Walk and AGM [Event]
A walk through the countryside of The Trumpet-Major and 'The Melancholy Hussar of the German Legion', followed by refreshments and AGM.
The Old Neighbour and the New - A Hardy and Barnes Walk [Event]
A Dorchester Literary Festival Event
'Tess' at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe [Event]
A feminist response to Hardy's classic novel for the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and tour of rural villages in South-West England
Stinsford and North Dorchester Walk [Event]
In conjunction with STAND (Save the Area North of Dorchester)
A London Walk and Westminster Abbey Wreath Laying [Event]
Meet at Waterloo Station on the War Memorial Steps (main entrance) for an exploration of Hardy’s London – from the West End to Bloomsbury and St. Pancras Old Churchyard
A Walk Through Hardy's Heartland [Event]
A guided walk through Hardy's heartland led by THS expert Susan Clarke
Save Our Countryside! [News]
Take a Walk for STAND (Save the Area North of Dorchester) - Developers want to build an urban area larger than Poundbury on Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd country.
MARCH FOR DORCH! [Event]
Join us for a peaceful protest walk for STAND: Save The Area North of Dorchester.
The Strange House [Event]
A walk from the United Church, Dorchester, to Max Gate where John Hayes (National Trust house manager) will give a talk about the house
Thomas Hardy in Salisbury - the Salisbury Literary Festival [Event]
A walk around Hardy's Salisbury, led by THS members Pat Withers and Brenda Parry as part of the Salisbury Literary Festival.
Beyond Egdon [Page]
Beyond Egdon Dorset - Thomas Hardy Country
Going the Rounds 2019 [Event]
Led by Tim Laycock and The Madding Crowd – a walk recreating the route of The Mellstock Quire as described in Under the Greenwood Tree
A Postcard of your visit to Hardy Country
New Publications: Objects in Hardy and Conrad [News]
The French Association for Thomas Hardy Studies (FATHOM) has the pleasure to announce the publication in FATHOM, the French e-journal of Thomas Hardy studies, of its latest issue on "Objects in Hardy and Conrad".
Hardy's Birthday Weekend Celebrations [Event]
A celebration of Hardy's 179th birthday
'Great Things' by Mark Chutter [Page]
Revisiting THS Memories During Lockdown
Thomas Hardy: A Beginner's Guide [Page]
Thomas Hardy: A Beginner's Guide
Hardy Perennials by Brenda Sharp [Page]
An original dedication
The Face At The Casement [Event]
?Readings and Poems to be recited outside St. Clether Vicarage, the 17thC cottage which was home to William Sergant, Hardy's love rival for Emma Gifford.
In the Footsteps of Thomas and Emma Hardy [News]
A publication which highlights the links between the Hardys and Cornwall.
Thomas Hardy's Reredos [Event]
A day trip to Windsor led by the THS's Helen Lange, this will incorporate a visit to All Saint's Church to study the reredos designed by Hardy
Thomas Hardy and the May Day Festival by Tracy Hayes [Page]
The first day of May marks the onset of warm weather and fertility in Nature, celebrated in festivals such as the Cerealia, involving club-walking and dancing around a beribboned Maypole.
When I set out for Lyonnesse [Event]
When I set out for Lyonnesse, One hundred and fifty years ago. A celebration of Thomas Hardy’s first visit to Cornwall in March 1870
A selection of Dorset walks following Thomas Hardy
On Rainbarrows with Alban O'Brien [Page]
Connecting with Hardy's 'The Sheep-Boy'
Tess - A New Musical Adaptation [Event]
A musical dramatization of Thomas Hardy’s novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles for Soprano & Piano.
Dr Hugh Epstein - The Nature of Awareness in Hardy's Fiction [Event]
The London Lecture at Birkbeck 2020
Hardy Today [Event]
Prof. Mark Ford and Dr Tony Fincham discuss Hardy's Landscapes
How Hardy Frames His Texts [Event]
Dr Mary Rimmer, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Unveililng of New Hardy Memorial Stone [Event]
Unveiling of New Hardy Memorial Stone by Claire Tomalin and Wreath-Laying Ceremony in Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey Saturday 18th May with Professor Claire Tomalin.
A Hardy Larkin Weekend [Event]
A joint study weekend with the Philip Larkin Society with talks by experts from both societies and walks, including a reconstruction of Larkin’s 1976 visit to Dorchester with Monica Jones.
The End of Casterbridge? [News]
One of the most distinctive aspects of Dorchester is the sharp cut off between town and country on the northern side.
[CANCELLED] Darkest Wessex: Hardy and the Gothic Short Story [Event]
A Hardy Country Series Lecture by Dr Tracy Hayes
2016 THS Conference [Page]
Celebrating 130 years since the publication of The Mayor of Casterbridge
Thomas Hardy Confidential [Event]
A fascinating fresh appreciation of a great writer and the people and places he immortalised.
The Thomas Hardy Society Writing Competition 2020 [News]
A essay/creative writing competition for all English Literature Students
Obituary for Helga Schulz [News]
A Dedication to a Life-Long Lover of Hardy
Unveiling the new Hardy Memorial Stone at Westminster Abbey [News]
On Saturday 18th May the new Hardy Memorial stone was unveiled at Westminster Abbey, with a dedication by Professor Claire Tomalin
Hardy and Shakespeare by Tracy Hayes [Page]
Thomas Hardy's relationship with Shakespeare began at a relatively early age. At 13, while attending Isaac Last's school, he had already read all of Shakespeare's tragedies
Christmas in Mellstock [Event]
A weekend of Music and Song from the West Country as immortalised in the Poems and Novels of Thomas Hardy
The Thomas Hardy Society 2019 AGM and Accounts [Page]
Minutes from the 2019 AGM and details of Accounts
Hardy/Larkin Conference Weekend [News]
A conference held at Kingston Maurward to celebrate Philip Larkin's birthday and the 70th anniversary of his Hardy pilgrimage
D-Day for Dorchester by Alistair Chisholm [News]
The S.T.A.N.D (Save The Area North of Dorchester) coordinating group is gathering together the various challenges to the development of this site
Revised THS Programme 2020 [News]
A revised programme in light of Covid-19.
The Hardys and the Suffragette Movement by Tracy Hayes [Page]
The Hardys and the Suffragette Movement
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Andy Worth [Page]
A series celebrating the individuals who work behind the scenes to provide us with unique Hardyan experiences.
Hardy and Lockdown by Tracy Hayes [Page]
Hardy and Lockdown
Inspired by Thomas Hardy - Students' Poetry Workshops [News]
An article published in Dorset Year Book 2020
Frequently Asked Questions about Thomas Hardy
Celebrating 150 Years Since Hardy Met Emma Gifford [Page]
A trip to Cornwall in the footsteps of Hardy and Emma
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