Tracey Emin's infamous bed was in a right old proper state; but it's now celebrated, at least by some, as a seminal work of art. So it it time to look at The Bedroom in Art History?

And what could be a better venue than Evesham Arts Centre?

But what on earth can the audience expect?

A spokesman said: "The bedroom; it's the most intimate space there is - the room where we bare our souls, share and hide our secrets. For this reason, the bedroom has a long tradition in art history.

"Stella Grace Lyons is an art historian regularly working for The Arts Society, National Trust, Contemporary Arts Society Wales (CASW), Classical Education Forum, WEA & others. In this talk she explores the ways artists have approached the subject, looking at works from the mediaeval period, through the Renaissance and up until the present day.

"Do you feel strongly about Tracey Emin's infamous bed? This talk is for you!"

The date for the diary is January 8 at 8pm.

Tickets: 01386 446944.