Local Pottery Fair

Join us at the historic Normansfield Theatre for our next Pottery Fair

Saturday April 2 – Sunday April 3, 11am – 5pm

Supporting the work of the

London Potters will be returning to the stunning Normansfield Theatre for the sixth time in April this year.
On show will be the work of 22 London Potters members.

Featuring both established professionals as well as emerging talents, the diverse nature and adaptability of clay as a creative medium will be showcased.

This is an ideal opportunity for the public to be inspired by a mix of functional, decorative and sculptural ceramics as well as meeting and talking to the makers. All works will be for sale.

Artists include: Barbara Andrews, Helen Brownlees, Zelide Edge, Bali Edwards, Mary-Carmen Featherstone, Anne Gardner, Janice Gravett, Sylvie Joly, Carmela Kantorowicz, Valerie Kaufmann, Jane Paveley, Chris Payne, Vivien Phelan, Yoshie Prideaux, Siobhian Raymond, Helen Ridgway, Robert Silver, Jeanne Stiff, Joy Trpkovic, Rosie Turner, Janet White, Gioilla Zordan

Normansfield Theatre is one of the last remaining Victorian Theatres in London and is part of the Langdon Down Centre, home of the Down’s Syndrome Association. It is a beautiful listed building, well known locally, and worth a visit in its own right.

Nearest station:
Hampton Wick
Free parking at the centre

Location Details:
The Langdon Down Centre
2a Langdon Park
Teddington, TW11 9PS

– Free admission
– Refreshments
– Wheelchair access
– Children’s activity area