Now - 19th May
David T Waller and Madeleine Smith
Now to 26th May
Exhibition to celebrate the painting
drawing and sculptures of David T Waller
and Madeleine Smith from two decades of
artistic and creative harmony.
EXHIBITION: Inspired by Constable
Sunday 19th May, 3pm
22nd - 26th May
Thursday 23rd May, 7pm for 7.30
Constable: 200 Years in Hampstead involved
primary school visits as well as running
sessions at the local Age Concern centre.
This exhibition showcases some of their
The Leonore Piano Trio
Sunday 26th May, 3pm
Sunday 26th May, 7pm
29th May – 2nd June
Sunday 2nd June, 10.30am
The Leonore Piano Trio play Haydn, Arensky
and Mendelssohn for Marie Curie
Hampstead. Champagne reception 7pm
Concert 7.30 pm. Ticket donation £100. leonoretrio.com
WALK: Spiders and other invertebrates
Sunday 2nd June, 2.30pm
Sunday 2nd June, 7pm
Led by Edward Milner, former BBC producer
and National Spider Recorder for Middlesex
and London; member Inst of Ecology and
5th – 16th June
7th June - 1st Sept
International prize-winning pianist Yulia Chaplina performs popular solo piano sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven (the Appassionata) and is joined by cellist Jonathan Deakin for Cesar Franck's magnificent sonata. For tickets (£8 / £6), please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Hampstead Rediscovered III:
The Taverns of Hampstead
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The latest of The Heath and Hampstead
Society's stunning exhibitions of old
paintings, prints, and photographs from the
collection of Camden Local Studies and
Archives Centre in Holborn. Many of
Hampstead's pubs have been in existence
for hundreds of years but, as in many
communities, there has been a roll call of
losses in recent times, and so, in addition to
the pubs we now know so well, this
exhibition will chronicle some that have
sadly been lost over time.
Welcome to the Burgh House & Hampstead Museum. Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in the early years of the 18th century, open to the public as a local history museum, art gallery, classical concert venue, shop and cafe. The Hampstead Museum is incorporated in the House on the first floor and offers permanent displays and temporary exhibitions on Hampstead History. The House can be hired for private events, meetings, exhibitions and concerts.
The House and Museum:
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday & Sunday: Open 12-5pm
Saturday: Museum, including Constable exhibition Closed; Cafe and Peggy Jay Gallery open.
The Buttery Cafe:
Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday to Friday: 11.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am - 5.30pm.
Admission is free.
||Support team BH! With considerably less talent than team GB, but by no means less enthusiasm, the Burgh House squad cycled, hiked and camped their way from Constable's birthplace to his resting place to raise much needed funds. But our work isn't done, and our fundraising page will be open throughout the exhibition. Please support Burgh House by clicking on the purple button.