Local Events




until 24 March: Heath Robinson Museum, Pinner: Exhibition – Mary V. Wheelhouse, Suffragette, Illustrator and Toymaker. Despite a career illustrating books, crafting toys for Liberty’s and Harrods, and promoting the work of her fellow women artists, Wheelhouse’s work has never been shown in a solo exhibition. Familiar with both the paintbrush and the placard, Wheelhouse was a dedicated suffragette. She helped found the Artists’ Suffrage League and exhibited with the Women’s International Art Club for many years, and was a tireless supporter of women artists, writers and crafters. This exhibition displays her vivid and detailed illustrations, as well as the wooden ‘Pomona’ toys she created with fellow artist and suffragette campaigner Louise Jacobs. See three artistic careers overlap as Wheelhouse illustrates novels and stories, produces dynamic oil paintings and charms viewers of her delicate wooden dolls. Discover her legacy, not only as a fierce advocate for women’s rights, but also as a skilled, serious and endlessly versatile artist. 1am-4pm, Thursday-Sunday. Tickets – adults, £6; over 65s, £5; student (25+)/people with disabilities, £4; child (18 and under), free; student (24 and under), free.

15 February: Harrow Arts Centre: London Youth Choirs are holding a Free Event at Harrow Arts Centre on Thursday 15 February, 10.30am to 12 noon. This friendly workshop is for families with children ages 6-11 years to enjoy singing together. No experience is necessary. Free refreshments will be provided. For more information, contact Ishani at engagement@londonyouthchoirs.com or 07549 435102 or visit www.londonyouthchoirs.com/free-family-come-sing-in-harrow.

MARCH 2024

23 March: Harrow Choral Society at Harrow School Speech Room, Harrow-on-the-Hill, HA1 3HP at 5.30pm. The spring concert will be Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise. The 90-strong choir will also sing Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs which are settings of religious poems by George Herbert, and Beethoven’s Elegiac Song to be sung in German. The strings ensemble will perform Elgar’s Serenade for Strings. Tickets: £25, £2 for under 18s from boxoffice@harrowchoral.org.uk or 07794 253463. For more information, visit www.harrowchoral.org.

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2 thoughts on “Local Events

  1. karoline latchman

    Please would you mind posting this on your events page just for this week.

    An evening with best selling author Adele Parks is taking place at the Pinner Village Hall on Thursday 18th October at 7.30pm, when she will be talking about her new book ‘I Invited Her In’.
    All profits from the evening are being split between The Alzheimer’s Society and The Pink Ribbon Foundation.
    Tickets are £10 and include a signed copy of her book.
    A huge thank you to Alan Carr from Pulver Carr for supporting our event.
    For tickets please contact pinnerevent@gmail.com or 07917 322661

    Many thanks,
    Karoline Lacthman


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