A chance to learn more about the Vauxhall Gardens, an 18th-century hub of art, music and socialising Historians Danielle Thom and David Coke, Vauxhall History’s consultant editor, discuss the history of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens with BBC TV Antiques Roadshow regular Lars Tharp – from decorous entertainments of art and musical display, to the racier activities of […]
There’s a double helping of local history from The Vauxhall Society/Vauxhall History on Monday 2 September. At 2.30pm David E. Coke, the leading historian of Vauxhall Gardens, leads a guided walk, entitled The Heyday of Vauxhall Gardens, to mark the month that this open-air resort would close. Then at 7pm Vauxhall Society chairman Ross Davies, author of Vauxhall: […]
Tuesday 20 September 2016: Schola Cantorum performs choral music at St Peter’s, Vauxhall, in aid of organ restoration fund. Book tickets here or buy on the door.
2.30pm sharp: Guided history walk ‘The Heyday of Vauxhall Gardens’; meet at Starbucks, Vauxhall Station (see below) 6.45 for 7pm: Vauxhallhistory.org launch get-together, Tate South Lambeth Library, 180 South Lambeth Road Join readers and writers of Vauxhall History (especially if you’re new here). All are welcome at a social evening to celebrate the official launch of the […]
An exhibition of prints and drawings by Virginia Powell at Slaughterhaus Print Studio until Sunday 24 April