An exhibition of writer, performer and disability arts campaigner Tom Shakespeare's Incarnate triptych. Originally inspired by the Gothic Nightmares exhibition at Tate Britain, the Triptych is a conversation between Shakespeare and some of the great works from the Renaissance to the modern era, centring on the theme of human embodiment.

The triptych is Shakespeare's largest body of visual work to date and consists of 'The Nightmare (After Fueseli)', 'Figure with Meat (After Bacon)' and 'Dead Christ (After Mantegna).'

Tom Shakespeare will be in conversation with Tony Heaton, Chief Executive of Shape Arts; a disability-led arts organisation working to improve access to culture for disabled people, on Thursday 12 December, 6pm. Click here for more information.

*Please note that the Studio is sometimes closed for workshops or other events. It is best to call the Gallery on 01243 774557 before your visit to check that it will be open to visitors.