In the second of the Heroes series of talks, Deputy Head Peter McDonough looks at the life and works of Ralph Tubbs, one of the key architects of the South Bank site, and identifies the legacy of Tubbs and other Festival of Britain architects and designers.
Old Millhillian Tubbs was both a fellow of the RIBA and an OBE; his Dome of Discovery was the centrepiece of the South Bank site in 1951. The Dome established his reputation and gained him much notoriety in his lifetime.
The lecture takes place in the Music School on 5th May starting at 6.30. Click here to book your tickets online, and for more information please contact Karen Willetts on 020 8906 7865 or by email. Refreshments will be available.