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What's new

Welcome to our new look newsletter. As you may have noticed, we have developed our website and refreshed our name to ‘Handel & Hendrix in London’. It is an exciting time and we look forward to continuing our work at Handel House exploring George Frideric Handel’s life in 18th century London and introducing the Hendrix Flat where Jimi Hendrix lived and called ‘my first real home of my own’. Read on for booking details, news and events taking place this month.

Handel & Hendrix in London Newsletter

Advance booking to visit the Hendrix Flat opens on Monday 2 November at 10am. There will be three ticket options available:

Handel House and the Hendrix Flat (joint ticket)

£10 adult, £5 child

Handel House only

£7.50 adult, £3 child

Hendrix Flat only

£7.50 adult, £3 child

Plan your visit

Find out all you need to know about visiting Handel & Hendrix in London. Includes information about Handel House and the Hendrix Flat.

Handel in Mayfair

Watch our latest film which accompanies our current exhibition Handel: A Life with Friends. Presented by exhibition curator and Handel scholar Dr Ellen T Harris explores Handel’s friends who lived nearby. Watch it now.

What’s on

Explore our many events that take place in Handel’s Rehearsal and Performance Room.

Look out for Exhibition Lecture on 28 November given by Ellen Harris. Following the event she will sign copies of her latest book George Frideric Handel A Life with Friends.

From our Friends

5 November 2015 – 28 February 2016

Jewish Museum London
Don’t miss this cutting edge exploration of what unites and divides us. This provocative exhibition examines how blood is an essential part of life and rituals about food, sex, and circumcision.

Handel’s Athalia
17 November, 7pm

St John’s Smith Square, London
Whitehall Choir conductor Paul Spicer introduces one of Handel’s great oratorios Athalia in this short film. Watch now.

10-21 November, 7pm
Wilton’s Hall
Solomon’s Knot baroque collective presents the modern staged premiere of a ‘lost’ Italian opera, l’Ospedale, based on a libretto by Antonio Abati and set to music by an unknown seventeenth-century composer. Tickets: £15 – £25

London Resounding
LSO St Luke’s, Old Street, London
Explore the musical world of 17th- and 18th-century London in this autumn series of BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts at LSO St Luke’s, featuring performances by early music specialists Fretwork and Musica ad Rhenum.

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