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Oct
18
Fri
Shinya Fukumori and Andrew McCormack Duo @ Lauderdale House
Oct 18 @ 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

These world-class musicians perform their highly anticipated debut concert together, creating a fresh take on their specially chosen compositions. They each have recent albums which are enjoying great critical acclaim. This promises to be a very special evening of sublimely beautiful music.

Shinya Fukumori – drums
Andrew McCormack – piano

The programme will feature compositions by both musicians. Yokohama Calling are very excited to be facilitating this unique meeting of musical talent and the possibilities it will bring.

“Fukumori is among the most poetic of drummers, his light touch lending only the necessary textures and rhythms: reminiscent of the late, great drummer Paul Motian, a frequent contributor to ECM recordings.”Mark Sullivan, allaboutjazz  

“The words classy and eloquent immediately spring to mind when you listen to pianist Andrew McCormack.”Selwyn Harris, Jazzwise

“McCormack is a brilliant British pianist and composer.” – Giles Peterson, BBC Radio 6 Presenter

“Fukumori is capable of driving proceedings along in a more traditional and swinging manner, but here the emphasis is on a more intimate level, engaging in a deep yet contemplative conversation with his fellow musicians.”Nick Lea, jazzviews 
Yokohama Calling is a UK based operation working with Japanese artists to promote Japanese music and culture outside of Japan. The vision is to bring UK and Japanese artists together – to foster the spirit of collaboration, to create new bonds and make great music.
Tickets £12

Oct
20
Sun
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Oct
21
Mon
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 21 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Vic Fair Retrospective @ Lauderdale House
Oct 21 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’  and  ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.

There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .

Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.

Vic Fair Retrospective  will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.

The gallery is open:

•    Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
•    Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
•    Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.

The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.

Oct
22
Tue
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 22 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Vic Fair Retrospective @ Lauderdale House
Oct 22 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’  and  ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.

There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .

Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.

Vic Fair Retrospective  will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.

The gallery is open:

•    Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
•    Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
•    Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.

The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.

Oct
23
Wed
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 23 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Vic Fair Retrospective @ Lauderdale House
Oct 23 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’  and  ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.

There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .

Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.

Vic Fair Retrospective  will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.

The gallery is open:

•    Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
•    Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
•    Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.

The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.

Anna Ovsyanikova and Chris Hotson- Violin and Piano Recital @ Lauderdale House
Oct 23 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Anna Ovsyanikova (violin)
Chris Hotson (piano)

The recital is based around the relatively unknown composer Mathieu Crickboom. He is the dedicatee of Eugene Ysaÿe’s sonata number 5, with which we open the recital. A colleague and friend of Ysaÿe, Chausson, Debussy, d’Indy amongst others, Crickboom dedicated his Esquisses Op. 1 to Ernest Chausson. We also include Chausson’s rarely performed “Pièce”. Crickboom’s unpublished work “Doux” concludes the first half.

After the interval we will perform Crickboom’s Ballade, Romance, as well as Enrique Granados’s sonata, and conclude the recital with Crickboom’s epic sonata for violin and piano.

Anna Ovsyanikova (violin) and Chris Hotson (piano) began playing together in 2006 while they were both students at the Birmingham Conservatoire. Since then Anna and Chris have given numerous recitals across the UK. Anna is pursuing a doctorate degree at the Royal College of Music, for which she is exploring the unknown music of Mathieu Crickboom.

Mathieu Crickboom (1871-1947) was a Belgian violinist, composer and pedagogue. Concert violinist, chamber musician (who have played second violin in Ysaÿe String Quartet – premiered Debussy’s string quartet; set up his own Crickboom String Quartet – premiered Chausson’s concert for violin, piano and string quartet; played trio with Enrique Granados and Pablo Casals), orchestral leader – at La Monnaie in Brussels, composer, editor of music, pedagogue – extensive list of students and several violin treatises, concert series organiser (he was in charge of Catalan Philharmonic society for 9 seasons), artistic director and contributor to the music magazine La Tribune Musicale in Brussels.

Tickets £10 or £7 concession

Oct
24
Thu
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 24 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Vic Fair Retrospective @ Lauderdale House
Oct 24 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’  and  ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.

There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .

Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.

Vic Fair Retrospective  will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.

The gallery is open:

•    Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
•    Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
•    Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.

The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.

Jonathan Gee sings the Mark Murphy Song Book @ Lauderdale House
Oct 24 @ 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Jonathan is one of the most prolific and imaginative composer pianists operating today, with a succession of ever-enticing bands and projects with world-class line-ups from Europe and the USA. Aside from his own bands with which he has recorded 8 albums, he has also worked closely with Bobby Wellins, Claire Martin and Tim Whitehead, Pharoah Sanders, Mark Murphy and Art Farmer.

He sings the Mark Murphy songbook including Boplicity, Waters of March, Stolen Moments, Moody’s Mood with an all-star band.

Gee is joined by Giacomo Smith on saxophone and clarinet, best known as founder of the Kansas Smitty’s House Band and the eponymous club in Broadway Market. Virtuoso and Monk exponent extraordinaire Ben Hazleton will be on bass alongside the force behind the music at the celebrated Boisdale Restaurants, Richard Pite on drums.

Oct
27
Sun
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Oct
28
Mon
Hampstead Printmakers – ‘from Scratch to Etch’ @ Lauderdale House
Oct 28 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A show of Original Prints from Adult Printmaking Classes at Hampstead School of Art & Print NW6 Studio, curated by printmaking tutor Theresa Pateman.

The definition of an Original Print, as opposed to Giclée or Inkjet Print, is that the artist/printmaker would have some part in hand-making the final image, working from a surface or matrix of metal, wood, plastic, or card. Once ink is rubbed or rolled in/onto this matrix, the image can be transferred and reproduced onto any other surface – in this case paper.

“Scratching  and Etching” are processes used to create Intaglio Prints. All original prints, unlike Giclée Prints, require much more intervention and heartache grappling with these methods from start to finish.There are professionals and beginners alike within this collective, many of them are local to the area.

As a group they have shown at HSA, University Women’s Club, Millfield Art Centre, Burgh House & Kingsgate Workshops Gallery.

Techniques used in this show include: Drypoint, Etching, Mezzotints, Monoprints, Photo-etching and Relief Printing.

Vic Fair Retrospective @ Lauderdale House
Oct 28 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Vic Fair (1938-2017) was a prolific British graphic designer who extensively worked on thousands of film publicity material over four decades and responsible for creating some iconic pieces including David Bowie in ‘The Man who fell to earth’ , the 60’s psychedelic ‘Here we go around the Mulberry Bush’  and  ‘A View to a Kill’ part of the James Bond franchise.

There will be a number of original pieces on display and available showcasing Fair’s truly artistic wit, flair and innovative use of juxtaposition .

Fair’s work is held in private collections, the Victoria and Albert Museum and is shortly due to be displayed at the London Transport Museum ‘Hidden London’ exhibition.

Vic Fair Retrospective  will be on display at Lauderdale House’s Lower Gallery during gallery opening times from Thursday 3 October until Monday 28 October.

The gallery is open:

•    Monday to Wednesday (11am to 4pm)
•    Thursday (11:30am to 4pm)
•    Sunday: Special Sunday opening on Sunday 6 October and Sunday 13 October.

The gallery may also be open on select Fridays and Saturdays depending on our schedule of events. Please call 020 8348 8716 to check Friday and Saturday opening times.

Oct
30
Wed
Highgate Watercolour Group’s Annual Exhibition begins @ Lauderdale House
Oct 30 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Highgate Watercolour Group’s annual exhibition starts today and continues throughout most of November. It’s not open every day (not on Saturdays and only on two Sundays), so please check with Lauderdale House for exact opening hours. We look forward to seeing you!

image by Freda Blayney
Oct
31
Thu
Halloween Spooky Walks @ Lauderdale House
Oct 31 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Our super spooky Halloween walks are back again this October and are one of our most popular family events of the year – book now to secure your place.

Join a host of creepy characters on an adventure around Lauderdale House and Waterlow Park on the most sinister night of the year!

Check out our FAQ’s – Things to know to make sure you have fun!

Nov
1
Fri
Highgate Watercolour Group’s Annual Exhibition – Private View @ Lauderdale House
Nov 1 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Nov
5
Tue
Free Lunchtime Concert @ Lauderdale House
Nov 5 @ 1:15 pm – 2:00 pm

Join us on the first Tuesday of the month for a free lunchtime concert.

A wonderful way to break up the working day, our lunchtime concerts offer 45 minutes of gorgeous classical music performed live in the elegant and historic setting of our Long Gallery.

Each lunchtime concert runs from 1.15pm to 2pm, and is free and open to all. There is no ticket required – simply turn up and take a seat. Doors will open at 1pm.

 

We also have free lunchtime piano recitals on the third Tuesday of the month. Find out more here.

Nov
7
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Nov 7 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

Nov
9
Sat
Childrens’ Show – The Stolen Dragon @ Lauderdale House
Nov 9 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Onceupona Theatre presents The Stolen Dragon. Join Adventuretellers Brooke Conway and Hannah Mathieson on a story-quest to save the golden dragon and her newly laid eggs from the grasps of a lonely wizard. Together you will conquer fears and face mystical characters, travelling through jungles, enchanted forests, lagoons and snow storms ‘til you reach the wizard’s ruined tower in the snowy mountains. Can you save the dragon, or will we be trapped in an eternal winter forever?

“Brooke mesmerises the children who become part of her show…” Primary Times

“Magical! …It was an amazing thing to see my quiet and shy child transformed into a story teller, dancer, actor – a performer!” Early Years Advisor

Onceupona have been voted Best Family Entertainment in the Hoop Awards 2019. Our very own Creative Director, Brooke Conway, was also voted Hoop Hero – the family activity professional who has made the biggest impact on local families in the last year.

The Stolen Dragon will take place at 10.30am on Saturday 9 November. Performances last approximately 45 minutes and are suitable for children aged 3+ and their families.

There will be a short, free children’s arts and crafts session afterwards for all audiences, no extra ticket or booking required. 

Nov
14
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Nov 14 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

Nov
21
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Nov 21 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

The Tony Woods Project @ Lauderdale House
Nov 21 @ 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

 

The Tony Woods Project has been one of the most original and accessible bands on the British scene for over 20 years, performing the ever fresh compositions of its leader whose stunning jazz saxophone is underpinned by strong English roots. ‘English sensibility meets American Grooves.’

Nov
25
Mon
Highgate Watercolour Group’s Annual Exhibition begins @ Lauderdale House
Nov 25 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Highgate Watercolour Group’s annual exhibition starts today and continues throughout most of November. It’s not open every day (not on Saturdays and only on two Sundays), so please check with Lauderdale House for exact opening hours. We look forward to seeing you!

image by Freda Blayney
Nov
26
Tue
Highgate Watercolour Group’s Annual Exhibition begins @ Lauderdale House
Nov 26 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Highgate Watercolour Group’s annual exhibition starts today and continues throughout most of November. It’s not open every day (not on Saturdays and only on two Sundays), so please check with Lauderdale House for exact opening hours. We look forward to seeing you!

image by Freda Blayney
Nov
28
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Nov 28 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

Dec
3
Tue
Free Lunchtime Concert @ Lauderdale House
Dec 3 @ 1:15 pm – 2:00 pm

Join us on the first Tuesday of the month for a free lunchtime concert.

A wonderful way to break up the working day, our lunchtime concerts offer 45 minutes of gorgeous classical music performed live in the elegant and historic setting of our Long Gallery.

Each lunchtime concert runs from 1.15pm to 2pm, and is free and open to all. There is no ticket required – simply turn up and take a seat. Doors will open at 1pm.

 

We also have free lunchtime piano recitals on the third Tuesday of the month. Find out more here.

Dec
5
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Dec 5 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

Dec
12
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Dec 12 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.

Dec
14
Sat
By the Light of the Moon @ Lauderdale House
Dec 14 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Who ever heard of a cat that’s afraid of the dark, or an owl that isn’t wise? By the Light of the Moon is a beautiful story about magic and wonder, and a friendship formed in the face of difference. Join Full House Theatre on a crisp winter’s night for an uplifting family story told under the light of the silvery moon. A magical story of family and friendship to bring everyone together at Christmas.

By the Light of the Moon will take place at 10.30am on Saturday 14 December. Performances last approximately 45 minutes and are suitable for children aged 3+ and their families.

There will be a short, free children’s arts and crafts session afterwards for all audiences, no extra ticket or booking required.

Dec
19
Thu
Children’s Drawing and Painting @ Lauderdale House
Dec 19 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Our children’s art classes run on a termly basis, providing children aged 5-11 with an introduction to the basics of drawing and painting. Each week children will build on their skills learnt in previous weeks, developing their confidence and ability, with the help of our supportive and friendly teachers.

The children’s Drawing and Painting class is open for priority booking. If your child currently attends the class and you would like to book for Autumn term please call Xanthe on 0208 348 8716.