Just £12 to own a very special mug! Pubs that are so much a part of the history and social life of Carshalton and the conservation area around Honeywood Museum and Carshalton Ponds.
Carshalton Artists Open Studios will, in 2019 celebrate the work of Carshalton Arts and Crafts artist, Frank Dickinson. Dickinson built and then made the stunning interiors of the grade 2 listed Little Holland House. Sutton Museums and Heritage will collaborate with CAOS and will open Little Holland House for all four days of the CAOS festival.
In 2018 CAOS celebrated the work of Pauline Boty, with three schools joining CAOS artists in producing nearly 300 works of A5 artwork, inspired by Boty and displayed in businesses across Carshalton. Carshalton Artists plan on doing the same with Dickinson in 2019.
We are participating in this major local event. See paintings from the Museum Collection, create your own masterpiece and have it displayed at Honeywood.
Free, drop in.
Saturday 22 to Sunday 29 June (during opening hours)
Julian Heath Photography at Honeywood
Julian is delighted to be back at Honeywood Museum for this year’s CAOS festival of art.
Last year, he won the very prestigious first prize in the annual ‘Beautiful Surrey’ photographic competition organised by Surrey Life magazine.
Please do come and see him at Honeywood Museum; he has some really lovely new images plus a few old favourites and conversation pieces too.
Saturdays and Sundays 22/23 and 29/30 June
Meet local artist Hana Horack and see some of her recent work
Saturday 22 and Sunday 30 June 14:00-16:00
Fabric and Felt Fun at Honeywood
Join Team Imagineers for fun with fabric and felt. Help us make an artwork to brighten a ward at St Helier Hospital. Friendly expert artists will help you use hand powered sewing machines and learn felting techniques. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Sewing activity suitable for children aged seven and over. Drop in, no booking required. Free.
Tickets now available
A Friends of Honeywood Museum Event
To celebrate Black History Month the Friends of Honeywood Museum bring you an evening of jazz originally played by the Greats to illustrate the huge contribution that Black musicians made to the jazz era.
Enrico Tomasso enjoys a well-earned international reputation, including best trumpet category winner in the 2018 British Jazz Awards. Age seven he met and played for Louis Armstrong, resulting in a life-long friendship.
‘It is a mark of true distinction when a jazz trumpeter plays with such fluency and apparent ease that you listen to the music and not the technique’ (Dave Gelly, The Observer).
Alongside Enrico is very skilled and knowledgeable pianist Hugh Crozier. ‘Nothing could ever muddy up the pianist’s vibrant solos’. (Jazz Review).
Tickets £10 (Friends £8) include a glass of wine and nibbles.
Please ‘phone 020 8642 4778 to book.