From 13 May
and playing through the summer, the Keats-Shelley House will be hosting DUET, an exhibition dedicated to a piece of music
composed by Scottish artist Ross Birrell and inspired by Keats's last words and final hours in Rome.
Visitors may begin their visit listening to and watching a specially filmed recital of 'Lift Me Up For I Am Dying", and they can also see plaster casts of the violinist's hands in the positions playing the five title notes, before proceeding to the room in which Keats died where they may read about Keats's last words and moments alive in the House.
Price is included in the entrance ticket.