Painting of Interior of a Theatre [North Italian]

'Sweetest Bard' [Hampton]

Saturday 18 May 2024
19:00 to 21:00

Multicultural music from eighteenth-century London, reflecting the varied backgrounds of David Garrick and his friends: Huguenot [Galliard, Garrick himself]; north German [Handel, Pepusch]; African [Sancho, Bologne] and England's estabished musical traditions [Boyce, the Linley family].


Philippa Hyde - Soprano

William Summers - Baroque Flute, Recorder

Yeo Yat-Soon - Harpsichord


This concert is part of a regular series of early music performances held in the Georgian jewel of Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare [], which sits by the Thames in Hampton.

Admission is always cheaper when booked in advance, and there are concessions for under-21s, students, the unemployed and volunteers at the venue. On the door, tickets cost £16 - with half price concessions for the same people.

Anyone able and willing to listen is welcome to come along, and there is no need to print this ticket as a record is kept at the front desk.

You can book tickets by clicking HERE.


THe painting is 'Interior of a Theatre', made in North Italy c.1700 - 1750, and reproduced by kind permission of the National Gallery.

Contact William
07949 652 315
Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare, Garrick's Lawn
Hampton on Thames
TW12 2EJ
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Cost £14 in advance, £16 on the door; half price for under-21s and unemployed.