London EC1M 6AN
24-29 April, 7.30pm
Tickets: £35-£65 (conc. available)
Gala Night: £100
“The Charterhouse has been living the nation’s history since 1348. In that time it has served as a monastery, private mansion, boys school and an almshouse, which it remains to this day. Our mission is to provide housing, care and support for older people in need, while sharing our heritage and preserving it for future generations. Residents of the almshouse are known as ‘Brothers’, which is a purely traditional term acknowledging the Charterhouse’s monastic past. The building is formally known as Sutton’s Hospital in Charterhouse, and is a registered charity (number 207773).
The public are invited to discover our dramatic story in our free museum, which was curated in partnership with the Museum of London. It is possible to visit our historic site on pre-booked tours, hire areas for private functions and attend services in our chapel. We also have a purpose built Learning Centre from which we run our exciting Learning Programme for schools, families, universities and adult learners.”
For more information on The Charterhouse, click here.
For more information on OperaUpClose’s production of Mary, Queen of Scots, click here.