OWTINGS 2017/2018

Saturday 24 March afternoon
Park Theatre – A Passage to India Theatre – A Passage to India
The award-winning simple8 transport us to Imperial India, conjuring up the elephants and caves, courthouses and temples by the simplest and boldest means – with original music played live on stage by legendary composer Kuljit Bhamra.  Full of humour and rich humanity, but with vast philosophical and political scope, A Passage to India is one of the great novels of the Twentieth Century. simple8’s thrilling new adaptation re-imagines it for contemporary Britain.
£18.50 ticket (concession price) please let Charlotte know if you want a ticket by end of November

Saturday 28 April all day
The Red House, Bexleyheath = Home of William Morris (National Trust)
The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance.
£7.70 ticket (NT members free)

Sunday 20 May morning
Votes  for Women – Museum of London exhibition (free)
Dedicated to those who campaigned tirelessly for over 50 years to achieve votes for women, the exhibition features iconic objects from the Museum’s vast Suffragette collection, including Emmeline Pankhurst’s hunger strike medal. At the heart of the display is a powerful, newly commissioned film that highlights the personal story of lesser known Suffragettes and reflects on the contemporary relevance of the militant campaign that continues to inspire, shock and divide opinion.


Dec 9th
Jan 2018


Every other Sunday starting 24th Sept
Every other Friday starting 29th Sept


Save the date.
More details to follow

OWTINGS 2017/2018

Monday 18 December at St John the Baptist Church (Barnet Church)
Local Carol Concert. Time to be confirmed

Saturday 27 January afternoon
Museum of Brands, Notting Hill W11
Featuring over 12,000 original items from the unique Robert Opie Collection, discover how well-loved brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising - and how we evolved
with them.  The history of consumer culture is revealed decade by
decade in the ‘time tunnel’, from the naive charm of the Victorian
era to the sophistication of today.
£7 entry (concession price)

Saturday 24 February afternoon
Jewish Museum - Post WW2 Designs exhibition
Discover how much of the most iconic British design was produced by immigrants to this country.
£6.50 entry (concession price)

Wednesday 14 March 6.30-8pm
Rumble Fund Lecture in Classical Art 2018: Professor Mary Beard
Mistaken Identities: Roman Emperors in Modern Art
6.30pm-8pm King’s College London