Exhibitions & Displays

British Surrealism
26 February – 17 May

Now until 24 June

Included in Gallery admission

Lectures & Talks

Contextual Lecture Series: Prospects and Prophecies

Brexit and the Future of the UK
18 February, 10.30am

£12; £10 Friends & Concessions

Join Dr Simon Usherwood, expert in Euroscepticism and Deputy Director of the ESRC’s “UK in a Changing Europe” programme to explore the debate surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and its profound impact on our future.

British Surrealism: Curator’s Introduction
27 February, 12.30pm

£12; £10 Friends & Concessions

Join Dr David Boyd Haycock curator of British Surrealism for an exciting introduction to the exhibition. Gain exclusive insight into the practice of some of the key surrealists and hear David’s argument for the roots of surrealism lying in the UK.


Art Sundays
2, 9, 16, 23 February, 2-4pm

Free, drop in. Sunday is art day, so drop by for a free family art-making workshop! Each week there’s a different theme to explore and something to take away as a memento. Play with collaging and making wacky sculptures and sketches in the spirit of our British Surrealism exhibition.

My Family and Me (6-9 years)
18 & 19 February, 10am–12.30pm

£35 for two days. Fancy making your very own zine? Using collage and carbon paper, spend two mornings making a magazine about you and your family. Fill it with art inspired by all that is special to you!

What are You Like? (10–12 years)
20 & 21 February, 10am–12.30pm

£35 for two days. Come and tell your story: your interests, family, favourite things and more! Across two sessions, you’ll fill a sketchbook with stories about yourself and explore what makes you, you!

Family Friday: Museum of Us
21 February, 10am-4pm

£5 adults; free for under 18s

Early Years

Mini Masterpieces
4 & 20 February 10-11am & 11.30am-12.30pm

£12 per adult and child. Discover all of the different people, places and animals in the Gallery’s paintings in these interactive workshops. Each session begins with a journey through the Gallery, followed by an art-making activity. Suggested age: 6–24 months.

Art Adventurers
28 February, 10-11am

£12 per adult and child. Are you and your little one ready for an adventure? Each month join our Early Years mascot, Jerome the Lion, as he takes you on a journey through the Gallery. Dance, sing and play your way around our paintings, before enjoying a messy artmaking session. Our themes change monthly to keep your little ones engaged. Suggested age: 2-4 yrs.



Lunchtime Concert Series
5 & 26 February, 1.30pm

Free, Christ’s Chapel. Talented students from local South London schools showcase their musicianship in these free concerts.

Sunday Organ Recital
16 February, 7.45pm

Free entry. Enjoy free organ recitals in the beautiful Christ’s Chapel. Marilyn Harper will be playing a programme of Sweelinck, Buxtehude and Gustavo Delgado Parra.