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Jan
23
Thu
Pilates @ the house
Jan 23 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Adult Class – Watercolour and Acrylic @ Lauderdale House
Jan 23 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Bookings for the Spring 2020 term of  Painting with Watercolours and Acrylics are now open, please book online or call the box office on 020 8348 8716.

This class is the perfect opportunity to learn the basics of two wonderful paint mediums; how to mix, blend and layer watercolour and how to apply acrylic. Explore how to make dynamic compositions that produce interesting paintings using still Life, photographs and sketches as inspiration.

On warm days in the Spring and Summer, this class is sometimes taught outside, taking advantage of the stunning scenery of Waterlow Park.

Our art tutor, Sharon Finmark, lives in North London and studied at Central St. Martins School of Art.  She has had several books published on painting and drawing.

Please note that art materials are not provided for this class. Participants will need to bring their own materials. Download materials list.

Irish Dance Classes @ Jackson'e Lane Theatre
Jan 23 @ 4:05 pm – 5:30 pm
Irish Dance Classes @ Jackson'e Lane Theatre

“Jig, Skip, Hop” to the Celtic beats !

Sign up for a free trial class ….

The popularity of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance showed the world how energetic and inspirational Irish dance can be, at Celtic Star we aspire to recreate those exciting experiences for your child.

Our syllabus, developed through 40 years of experience uses carefully designed exercises, props and music where children have fun learning different Irish dances routines…

Children have the option of working towards an exciting performance day if they wish, where they receive a certificate and medal which provides a great sense of achievement.

We believe participating in our classes improves fitness, self esteem, creativity and teamwork, whilst instilling co-ordination, balance and concentration

We run Irish dance classes for 2 – 12 year olds on Thursday’s from 4.05pm to 5.30pm (2 classes) at Jackson’s Lane Theatre.

Visit out website www.celticstaririshdance.co.uk

 

Jan
24
Fri
Boxercise for adults @ the house
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Katie @ Jacksons Lane Arts Centre
Jan 24 @ 10:15 am – 11:15 am
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 24 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Adult Class – Life Drawing @ Lauderdale House
Jan 24 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Join us for our weekly Life Drawing class at Lauderdale House, taking place every Friday during Term Time.

Having the choice between 2 models – one maintaining longer poses (up to 1 hr) and another offering shorter poses (4 to 15 mins) – makes this class quite special. Sharon Finmark, our tutor, is available to offer support and expertise responding to the individual needs of the class.

This is a drop-in session, so no booking is necessary. Bring your own materials, paper on sale.

Attendance costs £15 (concessions £12).

Jan
25
Sat
Highgate Society Coffee Morning @ Highgate Society
Jan 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Do come and enjoy a cup of coffee for 50p .

Meet up with members and non-members; see what is coming up in Highgate!

Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 25 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Haydn Chamber Orchestra Annual Fundraising Concert @ St Michael's Church
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

The annual fundraising concert held at St Michael’s Church, Highgate is on January 25 at 7.30.  Haydn Chamber Orchestra  are conducted by

Jonathan Bloxham with Louis Schwizgebel pianist taking the solo spot.  This amateur orchestra of 50 players sounds absolutely professional and indeed many of its members could have been professional musicians but chose to follow different careers.  The programme will include Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperor and Strauss, Metamorphosen.  Three charities are being supported – Harington, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice and The Parent House.

Tickets: £25, £20, £15 reserved phone 020 8340 5643

Unreserved £12 at http://www.hco.org.uk

Jan
26
Sun
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Jan
27
Mon
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 27 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Life Drawing at Common House @ Common House
Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Life Drawing at Common House @ Common House | England | United Kingdom

Join us for fun, sociable and relaxed drop-in life drawing sessions in a professional set-up and with established models. We meet every Monday from 7 to 9pm at Common House, which is part of the new Woodside Square residential development between Highgate and Muswell Hill. Absolutely everyone and all skill levels are welcome and basic materials are provided for free.

Jan
28
Tue
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 28 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Adult Class – Portraiture and Figure Drawing @ Lauderdale House
Jan 28 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Bookings for the spring 2020 term of Portraiture & Figure Drawing are now open, please book online or call the box office on 020 8348 8716.

Working from a live model, this class is aimed at artists of all levels, including beginners and advanced students, who wish to expand their skills in portraiture and figure drawing. Taught by our experienced art tutor, Zoe Hirson, this course looks at anatomy and spends some time focusing on drawing a single pose.

Materials will be provided.

Japanese Bookbinding: Book of Resolutions @ Aladdin's Furniture and Cafe
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Community Crafternoons

Make your own pocket size notebook using Japanese bookbinding techniques. You could use it to make a record of your New Years Resolutions, shopping list, doodles or musings on life etc. This ancient technique is easy to learn and makes a sturdy notebook using just basic tools and no machinery. Please note some tools are sharp so do ask for assistance if necessary.

FREE WORKSHOP with a purchase of food or soft drinks from our host, Aladdin’s Cafe, 1 Hazellville Road, N19, 3LW. Adults of all ages welcome. Suitable for beginners. All materials provided.

NO BOOKING required but please RSVP by email to confirm attendance (to ensure there is sufficient material for you to use), thank you.

Annie’s Yoga in Highgate @ Highgate United Reformed Church
Jan 28 @ 1:05 pm – 1:55 pm

The class is suitable for beginners and is friendly and inclusive. Style is Hatha yoga with various influences – gentle, but still delivering strength and flexibility.   Come and try a class to enhance your sense of wellbeing, release stress and tension and to experience deep relaxation    Mats provided, free parking (for now, but check signs!) no need to book – just turn up. The class is in the beautiful church – it’s set back a bit and has big blue doors. The class is mixed level/mixed ability/mixed age. I am a registered BWY teacher and fully insured. For more info about me/my yoga, have a look at my website

Highgate Life Drawing @ The Bull Pub @ The Bull Pub
Jan 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Highgate Life Drawing @ The Bull Pub @ The Bull Pub

Join us for fun, sociable and relaxed drop-in life drawing sessions in a lovely private room above the pub and featuring professional models. We meet every Tuesday from 7 to 9.30pm upstairs at The Bull Pub on North Hill, just by Hillcrest Estate. Absolutely everyone and all skill levels are welcome and basic materials are provided for free. Anyone who wishes to eat during the break can order food before 7.15pm and we will all be served together at 8pm. Eating at the pub is not mandatory and we always have a great time sitting together, those who do eat and those who only have a drink. We are looking forward to meeting you at our sessions soon!

Jan
29
Wed
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 29 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Art Classes for Kids – Doodle Arts @ Jackson's Lane
Jan 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Art Classes for Kids - Doodle Arts @ Jackson's Lane

Art classes for children at Jacksons Lane in Highgate every Wednesday 4-5 pm for kids ages 6-10 yrs old. All sessions are specifically design to help children develop their artistic skills and knowledge by using a combination of mediums and techniques such as painting, drawing and printmaking. Drawing inspiration from contemporary artists as well as the great masters and the History of Art we will be exploring fundamental notions in fine art like composition, prospective, tone and texture while at the same time encouraging creative thinking and imagination and most importantly having fun!

Kids Boxercise @ the house
Jan 29 @ 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm

Boxercise kids portrait

 

Every Wednesday 5.15 – 6.15pm
the house 126 Dartmouth Park Hill N19 5HS
Run by Simon a registered professional boxing
coach with The British Boxing Board of
Control. It’s a happy, safe environment for kids
to get fit & socialise at the same time. Places
are limited so please contact us to see
availability.
www.thehouselondon.co.uk
info@thehouselondon.co.uk

Live Music @ the house
Jan 29 @ 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Live Music (emerging artists)
every Wednesday night Free Entry Late license

Jan
30
Thu
Pilates @ the house
Jan 30 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 30 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Adult Class – Watercolour and Acrylic @ Lauderdale House
Jan 30 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Bookings for the Spring 2020 term of  Painting with Watercolours and Acrylics are now open, please book online or call the box office on 020 8348 8716.

This class is the perfect opportunity to learn the basics of two wonderful paint mediums; how to mix, blend and layer watercolour and how to apply acrylic. Explore how to make dynamic compositions that produce interesting paintings using still Life, photographs and sketches as inspiration.

On warm days in the Spring and Summer, this class is sometimes taught outside, taking advantage of the stunning scenery of Waterlow Park.

Our art tutor, Sharon Finmark, lives in North London and studied at Central St. Martins School of Art.  She has had several books published on painting and drawing.

Please note that art materials are not provided for this class. Participants will need to bring their own materials. Download materials list.

Irish Dance Classes @ Jackson'e Lane Theatre
Jan 30 @ 4:05 pm – 5:30 pm
Irish Dance Classes @ Jackson'e Lane Theatre

“Jig, Skip, Hop” to the Celtic beats !

Sign up for a free trial class ….

The popularity of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance showed the world how energetic and inspirational Irish dance can be, at Celtic Star we aspire to recreate those exciting experiences for your child.

Our syllabus, developed through 40 years of experience uses carefully designed exercises, props and music where children have fun learning different Irish dances routines…

Children have the option of working towards an exciting performance day if they wish, where they receive a certificate and medal which provides a great sense of achievement.

We believe participating in our classes improves fitness, self esteem, creativity and teamwork, whilst instilling co-ordination, balance and concentration

We run Irish dance classes for 2 – 12 year olds on Thursday’s from 4.05pm to 5.30pm (2 classes) at Jackson’s Lane Theatre.

Visit out website www.celticstaririshdance.co.uk

 

Debate: This House Believes That Sponsorship Compromises Art @ HLSI
Jan 30 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Proposer: Simone Wesner, Senior Lecturer in Arts Management at the Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies, Birkbeck, University of London

Opposer: Alex Beard, Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Opera House

Phone to reserve your free place. 020 8340 3343

Jan
31
Fri
Boxercise for adults @ the house
Jan 31 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Katie @ Jacksons Lane Arts Centre
Jan 31 @ 10:15 am – 11:15 am
Highgate Coffee and Computers @ Jacksons Lane Community Centre
Jan 31 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Here’s your reminder that the next session for Highgate Coffee and Computers is today!

So do drop in and help yourself to some one-to-one tech advice, or just see what it’s about and have a cup of coffee. If you know you are coming, it would be helpful if you could let us know by sending us a quick message. But you don’t have to.

Of course, you may feel you know quite enough about computers, so why not share your knowledge with someone else? We all try to help each other and always welcome new friends!

We look forward to seeing you later!

The Highgate Coffee & Computers volunteers

Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Jan 31 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

Adult Class – Life Drawing @ Lauderdale House
Jan 31 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Join us for our weekly Life Drawing class at Lauderdale House, taking place every Friday during Term Time.

Having the choice between 2 models – one maintaining longer poses (up to 1 hr) and another offering shorter poses (4 to 15 mins) – makes this class quite special. Sharon Finmark, our tutor, is available to offer support and expertise responding to the individual needs of the class.

This is a drop-in session, so no booking is necessary. Bring your own materials, paper on sale.

Attendance costs £15 (concessions £12).

Feb
1
Sat
Highgate Society Coffee Morning @ Highgate Society
Feb 1 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Do come and enjoy a cup of coffee for 50p .

Meet up with members and non-members; see what is coming up in Highgate!

Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Feb 1 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

RPS London Region Members’ Exhibition @ Lauderdale House
Feb 1 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

FEBRUARY EXHIBITION: The Royal Photographic Society is back at Lauderdale House for it’s annual exhibition. The exhibition is made up of one image from each of the fifty eight members of the RPS London Region

There is no set topic with the result that each Members submitted image is in their preferred style or genre resulting in an Exhibition where everyone should be able to find images to enjoy!

Feb
2
Sun
Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Taylor @ Lauderdale House
Feb 2 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

An exhibition of photographs by Stephen Taylor on the theme of cycling to the end of the road.

Stephen is a cyclist as well as a photographer. For this project he combined his interests to explore the route from London, a busy city, eastward through the hinterland of the suburbs, out into the Essex countryside and finally to where the road turns into a gravel track and then ends at St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell on Sea, on the edge of the sea.

“As a cyclist I have always been fascinated by roads. I have been attracted to their potential – where they start and where they could take me – so I thought I would use my photography to explore this journey. I have lived in London for many years and very early on I learned how to escape, to find the roads out through the suburbs where eventually the housing would fall away, and fields and woodland would take their place. Then I became interested in the idea of continuing as far as the road could take me – until it petered out and became no more.” 

Stephen is a self-taught photographer. He uses it to explore, understand and relate to the world around him. His photographs have appeared at the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition as well as the RPS London Region members’ exhibition. He has also had a one-person exhibition in 2017 in Weymouth, Dorset on the old tramway that used to run through the center of the town.

RPS London Region Members’ Exhibition @ Lauderdale House
Feb 2 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

FEBRUARY EXHIBITION: The Royal Photographic Society is back at Lauderdale House for it’s annual exhibition. The exhibition is made up of one image from each of the fifty eight members of the RPS London Region

There is no set topic with the result that each Members submitted image is in their preferred style or genre resulting in an Exhibition where everyone should be able to find images to enjoy!

Weddings and Parties Open Day @ Lauderdale House
Feb 2 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Discover the beauty of Lauderdale house at our weddings and parties open day! A stunning grade II* listed heritage house set within the grounds of Waterlow Park, Lauderdale House creates an elegant and characterful setting for any celebration.

On the day you can take a tour of the House with a member of our fantastic Events Team and get a feel for the diverse spaces we have available. You can also meet our catering partners, Pink Food, and discuss a personalised menu for your big event. Alongside this there will be a variety of local wedding suppliers and representatives from the Camden Registry Office to help plan your special day.

Whether you are new to Lauderdale House or have visited for many years, have a set date in mind or are just getting started, come along and discover all that your wedding could be.

You are welcome to turn up on the day anytime between 12pm – 4pm or you can contact us to arrange a set time for one of our team to show you around. 

Feb
3
Mon
RPS London Region Members’ Exhibition @ Lauderdale House
Feb 3 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

FEBRUARY EXHIBITION: The Royal Photographic Society is back at Lauderdale House for it’s annual exhibition. The exhibition is made up of one image from each of the fifty eight members of the RPS London Region

There is no set topic with the result that each Members submitted image is in their preferred style or genre resulting in an Exhibition where everyone should be able to find images to enjoy!