Lauderdale House

Lauderdale House
Highgate Hill, Waterlow Park, London, N6 5HG
  • Telephone 020 8348 8716
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  • Website www.lauderdalehouse.co.uk
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Lauderdale House

The house was built for Sir Richard Martin (The Master of the Mint and three times Lord Mayor of London) in 1582. A private residence until 1889 when Sir Sidney Waterlow (another Mayor of London) gave the house to London County Council. Renovated after an extensive fire in 1963 and reopened to the public as an arts and education centre by Yehudi Menuhin in 1978.

Nearest London Underground station is Archway on the Northern Line. Buses 4, 10, 17, 41, 43, 134, 143, 210, 263, 271, C11 and W5 all stop near Lauderdale House.

Events at this venue

Treasures Of The Early Baroque, With Musicke In The Ayre

This is one of Musicke in the Ayre's most popular programmes, with 17th century works from Italy, France and England for up to three female voices, Composers include Luzzaschi, Monteverdi, Strozzi, Notari, Le Camus and Lambert. Unsurprisingly, the Three Graces are referenced in some of these works!For its first airing in…

Sun 9 Jun

£9–£10 / 020 8348 8716

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