Get the latest on our concerts at Charlton House. Critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and you across the UK.
South London - Charlton House
|Monday 5 March 10.30am|
Featuring Tomos Xerri, harpStepping out, with your baby - and dance under the spell of the concert harp. Be seduced by the tango, click your fingers to some jazzy tunes, sing a welsh lullaby or two, and get jigging with Riverdance. What are you waiting for? Get your groove on!
Doors open at 10.00am. Concert lasts for about an hour.
Flexi-tickets and gift cards are NOT valid for this concert
About the concerts
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee, and catch up with friends before the performance.
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How to get there
Charlton House, Charlton Road, SE7 8REPublic transport:
National Rail: Charlton, a 10-minute (uphill) walk away
Tube: North Greenwich, then get the 486 bus to Charlton
Bus routes: 53, 54, 380, 422 and 486
Parking: Free parking available
About the venue
|Standing for over 400 years Charlton House is one of the finest surviving Jacobean manor houses in the country. Built in the early 1600s for Sir Adam Newton, who was tutor to Henry, Prince of Wales - the eldest son of James I, the house was originally situated in a rural area, with Charlton Village being a tiny hamlet. The house played a vital role during the First World War, when the Red Cross used it as an auxiliary hospital. The grounds have also undergone a number of changes over the last four centuries but remain evocative of times gone by. Charlton House is maintained by Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust which was formed in 2014 to look after key structures, objects and historic records within the Royal Borough of Greenwich.|