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Charles Howard, the third Earl of Carlisle, created Castle Howard with the help of his friend, John Vanbrugh, who had never built a house before in his life.
The Play-House in the Hay-Market (the Architect being John Vanbrugh Esq;) .
Blenheim Palace was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh - architect of Seaton Delaval Hall in Northumberland - for John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough between 1705-1722.
Hart has been tracking backwards, from the early 18th century to the beginning of the 17th, to produce revisionist studies of three major architects of the period: two heavyweights of the English Baroque, John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor, and Inigo Jones, the man who introduced Vitruvian classicism to England.
Other highlights included actor Ray Alexander portraying acclaimed architect Sir John Vanbrugh, who designed Morpeth Town Hall, a Music of the Shepherds concert, folk dance workshops, storytelling sessions and competitions.
We've continued acquiring properties and we have launched an appeal for Seaton Delaval Hall, which is an extraordinary property designed by Sir John Vanbrugh.
The new Vanbrugh Theatre (named after Irene Vanbrugh, the distinguished actress, not John Vanbrugh the architect) was much larger and contrasted with the intimate George Bernard Shaw (GBS) Theatre in the basement of Gower Street.
Heroic plays influenced by principles of French Neoclassicism enjoyed a vogue, but the age is chiefly remembered for its glittering, critical comedies of manners by such playwrights as George Etherege, William Wycherley, Sir John Vanbrugh, and William Congreve.
Held against the majestic backdrop of the John Vanbrugh designed Seaton Delaval Hall (now in the hands of the National Trust), organisers Mark and Shelley Deakin of Hot StuffChilli Company fame, promise food stalls aplenty alongside some scorching entertainment, including the 2015 North East Chilli Eating Competition.
In the first episode of a two-parter, he looks back to its origins in the Martial architecture of World War II, the Modern Gothic style, which wasn't at all favoured during the Victorian era, and even further back in the time of John Vanbrugh.
The 18th Century masterpiece by architect Sir John Vanbrugh, its gardens and 400 acres of surrounding land, have now officially been acquired by the National Trust for the North East and the nation.