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)
Please let Janet know if you would like to go.

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.

Tuesday 5 June matinee performance at 3pm
The Rink at the Southwark Playhouse
With an irresistible score by the legendary Tony and Olivier Award-Winning John Kander and Fred Ebb (Chicago, Cabaret) and exhilarating book by Tony Award-winning Terrence McNally (Ragtime, Kiss of the Spiderwoman), The Rink originally premiered on Broadway in 1984 starring Chita Rivera and Liza Minnelli.  Concession price tickets at £20 each.  If you would like a ticket please contact Charlotte

Saturday 30 June
Visit to Bletchley Park – Home of the Codebreakers (this will take up most of the day)
Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers is now a vibrant heritage attraction.
Concession entry price £16.25 each, Groups of 12+ = £14.50 each
Bletchley Park is a short walk from Bletchley Railway Station reached from Euston Station.  Otherwise you can drive there.
Please let Charlotte know if you would like to go.




10.45am, 2nd Saturday of the month


Every other Sunday starting Feb 16th
Every other Friday starting Feb 2nd