Foundling Sunday

Foundling Museum

2nd April 2017 | 2:00PM



Join artist Mark Neville for a tour of Child’s Play, followed by a chamber performance by The Amadè Players, in partnership with the London Handel Festival.

Mark Neville reveals the stories behind his photography in Child’s PlayIn his exhibition, Neville presents a series of images of children at play in diverse environments around the world. Immersing himself in communities from Port Glasgow to North London, and in the war zones of Afghanistan and Ukraine, the artist has captured beautiful moments of free, spontaneous play within the complex and often harsh reality of children’s lives.

Afterwards, join members of The Amadè Players for a chamber programme of violin and vocal works including Handel’s Violin Sonata in D, HWV 371; Pepusch’s Corydon; and Telemann’s Locke nur, Erde. Bringing early works to life through muscianship of the highest quality and in-depth musicological research, The Amadè Players offer an historically-informed sound through exciting performances. This event is run in partnership with the London Handel Festival.

Tour 14:00 | Free with Museum admission

Concert 15:00 | Museum admission + a nominal ticket charge: £5, £3 concessions & Foundling Friends / LoveMusicPass members £2.50, concessions £1.50 / Free for Patrons



In the Footsteps of Dr John Langdon Down

Langdon Down Museum

22nd April 2017 | 10:30AM



A Walk Around Normansfield

A talk using maps, architectural drawings and photographs to trace the development of the site. This is followed by a walk around the original Normansfield site locating the position of lost buildings and finding those that remain. The one hour walk is mostly along pavements but will also include some rough paths and grassed areas. The total distance is about one mile.

Light refreshments. Cost: £10.