Thursday, 7 February 2019

Geffrye Museum of the Home - What's On

Feel the love at the Geffrye this month with our special Valentine's film offer

Warm up your winter with an evening of soulful folk and traditional music in our Georgian room and two life-affirming, non-traditional love films to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Valentine's Film Screenings
Saturday 16 February, 3pm and 7pm
Single film £15 / £10 concessions
See both films for £25
Tickets include drink and popcorn
£5 e-news discount - use code FRIEND 
Enjoy two non-traditional love stories for the modern age – the perfect antidote to a schmaltzy Valentine’s.
Book Love is Strange (15)
Book Sleeping with Other People (15)
The Brothers Gillespie
Wednesday 20 February, 7pm
£12 / £10 for Friends

The Northumberland brothers bring their haunting harmonies reflecting the history, landscape and folklore of the region to the Geffrye's Georgian room.
Book tickets here
Behind the Scenes - Unlocking the Geffrye 
Great progress is being made on site as our new gallery and studio spaces take shape. This photo shows the floor of the new studio looking back towards the period gardens. Find out more about Unlocking the Geffrye
Behind the Scenes - Community and Engagement Programme
While the museum is closed, our Learning team has been busy building partnerships with local Vietnamese and Turkish Cypriot communities, sharing memories of home, and offering support and cultural resources.
Coming soon
Our restored almshouse tours return in March, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of London's poor and elderly in former times. Tours are run by our knowledgeable volunteers and take place on the following dates: Tuesday 12, Saturday 16, Wednesday 20, Tuesday 26 and Saturday 30 March.
Find out more here
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