A unique occasion to discover one of London’s secret venues, the home of Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.
Rambert School is delighted to part of Open House London which will offer free access to Clifton Lodge (Grade II listed), the last remnant of St Margarets House and the Violet Needham Chapel (a building of Townscape Merit).
Visitors will be offered a tour of the buildings and an insight into the history of the site and the world-leading Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance which celebrates 100 years of dance excellence.
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September 2019
Clifton Lodge, St Margarets Drive, Twickenham, TW1 1QN
Doors Open at 1.00pm
Exhibition of dance costumes, photography and film
Tours available throughout the day
Saturday 21 September only:
2.30pm and 4.00pm Performances by Rambert School students on the FD/BA degree in Ballet and Contemporary Dance.
This free performance offers an insight into the immersive degree level training in ballet and contemporary dance at Rambert School which is renowned for producing passionate, expressive dancers and innovative choreographers.
Places are limited so please book your FREE ticket to watch a performance:
Each performance will be followed by a talk by Jane Pritchard, Curator of Dance, Victoria and Albert Museum on the rich history of Rambert and Rambert School.
Refreshments including tea and cakes available throughout the event. To find out more about Clifton Lodge click here.
Please note this is part of the Open House scheme celebrating architecture and history and is not an open day for the degree course.