Dressed for Drama costume exhibition will feature around 35 period costumes from British television and film, including Downton Abbey, Mr Selfridge, Far from the Madding Crowd, The Scandalous Lady W, The Crimson Field, Wolf Hall and The Danish Girl. It will include some beautiful costumes worn by stars such as Cary Mulligan and Natalie Dormer, Eddie Redmayne and Damien Lewis.

The costumes will be displayed in the stunning early 12th Century Chapter house at Worcester Cathedral, which is thought to be the first round chapter house in the world. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to get up close to the costumes to see the designs and craftsmanship that they have enjoyed on screen.

The exhibition runs from 1 to 29 August. Individuals and groups can pre book to come to the exhibition by contacting Worcester Cathedral office on 01905 732900.

Exhibition tickets cost £6.50 for adults, £4.50 for children and young people, under 5’s are free. A family ticket for two adults and two children will be £15.00.

For more details visit www.worcestercatheral.co.uk