Member events at Kensington Palace
Lindt Easter Egg Hunt - now only at Hampton Court Palace from the 1 - 17 April 2017
Kensington Palace Luncheons hosted by Jascots Wine Merchants
Date: 20 April and 8 June starting at 12noon
Price: £45 including a 3-course lunch and wine
Lunch is led by one of our special guest experts from the Orangery wine supplier Jascots and features many different and interesting wines for you to try. These events are a great way to learn about delicious ways to pair food and wine and meet other lovely members.
Enlightened Princesses: Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte and the Shaping of the Modern World - Members’ Preview
Date: 21 June
Price: Free but booking is essential
Come and enjoy a sneak preview of this exhibition created in partnership with the Yale Centre for British Art. The exhibition tells the story of how three royal women; each with a wide range of intellectual, social, and political interests, helped to shape the court in which they lived, and had a lasting impact on the nation.
Tickets are not available online. To book please call +44 (0)20 3166 6327
Please note that the winter closing time for Kensington Palace will be changing to 16.00 (last entry 15.00) from 1 November 2016 to 28 February 2017. For more information please visit our website
(all rehearsals are sold out, please call 020 3166 6327 to be put on the waiting list)
For more information about the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment please visit their website
Open Rehearsal: Faust and the Mozart Concertos (sold out)
Date: 18 April, 14.00-17.00
Price: Free, spaces are limited
Location: Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX
International star violinist Isabelle Faust wowed audiences in her “Look! No Conductor!” concert in 2012. She’s back for more with a double dose of Mozart at this concert. Isabelle also explores a Haydn symphony, La passione, with a lightness of touch and emotional depth that make for compelling listening. Come and join us for one of the final Open Rehearsals of the season at OAE residency: The Royal Festival Hall.