News

1st April 2019

September Open Gardens

The opportunities to visit our lovely gardens are rare, as they have been created especially as a peaceful haven for the residents who live in the almshouse here.  We are therefore delighted to announce that, due to very popular demand, we are opening them for a monthly series of Open Garden evenings.  Join us for a relaxed evening when you will be free to walk amongst the gardens on these non-guided events, with the opportunity to enjoy an informal BBQ and bar.  Discover this beautifully planted oasis  on our stunning seven acre site.

Book here.  (Food and drink not included in ticket price. Terms and Conditions apply)

18th February 2019

In conversation with Stanley Underhill

Occasionally one of the Brother’s events here at the Charterhouse is opened up to the public. This is an exclusive opportunity to hear Charterhouse resident Stanley Underhill talking about his recently published memoirs “Coming Out of the Black Country”.  The Tablet said “We are the lucky recipients of his thoughtful and poignant conclusions about who, ultimately, he is, and in particular his lifelong struggle to accept himself and his homosexuality.”  Stanley Underhill’s book is a compelling exposure of the prejudice he and others experienced at the hands of both society and the church.  Join us to hear him in conversation with his publisher Tom Perrin, of Zuleika Books, revealing some of the “troubling, but empowering” times in his life.

FREE admission + glass of wine. Please email magda@zuleika.london to reserve a place.

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