Summer Programme of Events
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EXHIBITION PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
Wednesday 19 July, Tuesday 17
October with Senior Curator, Daniel Robbins
7 - 8pm; doors open at
September with our expert guides
6:30 - 7:30pm;
doors open at 6pm
£20 - £25
The tours include exhibition highlights and insights into the
fascinating life and career of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Ticket
price includes a complimentary glass of wine.
BOOK NOW: Curator-led tours
BOOK NOW: Guided tours
LATES and LIVE MUSIC
Friday 14 July with
Martin Speake and Faith Brackenbury (jazz/ fusion; saxo and
Friday 4 August -
further details to be confirmed
Friday 8 September -
with Katy Jungman and Nick Lenner-Webster (jazz; saxo
& double bass)
Friday 6 October with Mark
Crooks and Sandy Burnett (jazz; clarinet & double
From 5:30pm till 9pm (Last
entry 8:30pm). Live music from 6:30pm
Our popular Leighton Lates provide visitors
with the chance to enjoy the exhibition ‘out of hours’ until 9pm.
With an atmosphere of their own, there is also the opportunity to
explore Leighton House Museum and gardens.
MORE INFORMATION and TICKETS: Leighton Lates
LEARNING FROM ALMA
Tutored workshop with artist
Ann Witheridge, director of London Fine Art
Tuesday 25 July, 15 August,
10am – 1pm
£35 for individual workshops; £90
for full course
Session 1: Visual Language.
Session 2: Alma Tadema's use of
Session 3: The figure in Alma Tadema’s
MORE INFORMATION and TICKETS: Workshops
SUMMER PROGRAMME AT LEIGHTON HOUSE MUSEUM
ARTISTS HOUSES GUIDED
and Sunday 9 July
and Sunday 13 August
and Sunday 17 September
Join our guided walks around the exterior of the unique group of
studio-houses built by Victorian artist and President of the Royal
Academy, Frederic, Lord Leighton and his contemporaries on Holland
Park Road and Melbury Road (West London). Discover the fascinating
story of how this corner of Holland Park became synonymous with a
group of the leading artists of the late Victorian period: the
Holland Park Circle. Find out why they
came to build in this area and the architects that they chose.
BOOK NOW: Artists Houses Guided Walks
YOGA IN LEIGHTON’S
Saturday 15 July, 12 August, 23
Adults 9:30 – 10:30am £10
Kids 11 – 11:45am £5
per child; accompanying adult go FREE
A unique opportunity to enjoy the benefits
of yoga and the beauty of Lord Leighton’s garden.
ADULTS: Classes are suitable
for all levels and will include simple flowing sequences and breath
work. Please bring your own matt.
KIDS & FAMILY YOGA: a
playful exploration of Yoqa for children aged 6-12 years, including
gentle pair work with friends or parents. Parents are kindly
requested to remain on site and are welcome to participate.
Responsible adults or guardian are required to sign a waiver on
booking. Mats will be provided.
BOOK NOW: Yoga in Leighton's Gardens
The annual Children's Summer Fete, in
collaboration with special guests from the world of heritage
including Benjamin Franklin House, Dr Johnson's House, the Ragged
School Museum and the William Morris Society at Kelmscott House,
returns this summer with a fun array of family activities in the
magical garden at Leighton House Museum.
Find out more
information. Advanced booking is not required but will help us
to plan accordingly.
2 - 3:30pm; 3.30 – 4.00 stay on for a
free half an hour to carry on discovering
£5 per child; FREE entry for
one accompanying parent or guardian
Fun and creative afternoons exploring and discovering,
observing, drawing and making in Lord Leighton’s lavishly decorated
artist studio-house and outside in the lovely secret garden.
Suitable for 6 - 11 yrs; all materials provided.
BOOK NOW: Summer Family Activities