Vivien Leigh & Laurence Olivier's love letters on display for first time
Love letters written between Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier are to go on display for the first time as part of a new exhibition.
The letters are to be displayed among a number of items from Leigh's archive, which was acquired by the V&A Museum last year. The stars personal diaries, designer gowns, scripts, costumes and sketches will be on view alongside letters from other notables such as Bette Davis, Tennessee Williams, Sir Winston Churchill and The Queen Mother.
Vivien Leigh: Public Faces, Private Lives will take place from June 1 to September 4 at the National Trust property Nymans in West Sussex.
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