Sunday, 13 November 2016

Burgh House & Hampstead Museum - Christmas Events at Burgh House

Christmas Events at Burgh House

It's the most wonderful time of the year! We've got Christmas covered at Burgh House, with the return of our carol concert with the St Genesius Choir, and our ever-popular Art & Craft Fair. Plus, new this year, the Queen Victoria's Consort brass players usher in the festive season in true Dickensian splendour.  
An Evening of Carols and Christmas Cheer
Wed 14 Dec, 7pm
Join the St Genesius Choir at Burgh House for a festive evening of carols -  with audience participation actively encouraged! Last year's concert was a real treat and this year's event looks set to be every bit as good. Tickets are £12 (£10 Friends of Burgh House) and include mulled wine and mince pies.
All proceeds in aid of Burgh House.
Buy Tickets Here
Art & Craft Fair
Sunday 4 December
Get into the festive spirit with our annual Christmas Fair. There'll be fantastic arts and crafts stalls from London makers and designers, kids' lucky dip, a Christmas crafts session, mulled wine, mince pies and plenty of Christmas cheer. We also have a stunning array of handmade and vintage card designs in our own Burgh House shop, not to mention scrummy Damson Tree goodies, natural cosmetics and an extensive collection of books. The perfect way to kick-start the festive season - and pick up some unique gifts!
Queen Victoria's Consort: A Dickens of a Christmas
Sunday 11 Dec, 7pm
Queen Victoria’s Consort is a quartet of expert brass players performing on original Victorian instruments. For their A Dickens of a Christmas show at Burgh House, they will feature traditional Victorian music for the Christmas season, dressed in their ‘Sunday best’. To conclude the performance, there will be traditional carols for all to join in with, to start the festive season in Victorian splendour. Tickets are £12.
Buy Tickets Here

Burgh House is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday 12-5pm.
We close for Christmas on 18 December, reopening for 2017 on 11 January.