Lauderdale House, in North London, regularly host Sunday afternoon cabaret shows, giving theatre fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of their favourite west end stars in the beautiful tudor building of Lauderdale House. Major renovations are required to keep the building alive and ensure great shows like these to be able to continue. They need £125,000 to complete the transformation.
Be part of creating a new history for their Tudor galleries which were built in 1582 and have been lived in by King Charles II, his colourful mistress and famous actress Nell Gwynn, the great reformer William Mead, three philanthropist Lord Mayors of London and the diaryist Samuel Pepys.
Help to create a new future for their galleries as they preserve and reveal their historic features and transform the spaces to create endless new opportunities for arts and education in the 21st century. This is a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to: