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In line with government guidance, Pitzhanger is currently temporarily closed. For enquiries, please email pitzhanger@pitzhanger.org.uk. We have been hit hard by the pandemic. Find out how you can support our reopening by visiting our Support page.

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Pictured at Chiswick House for the recording of the opening session of The Chiswick Book Festival the panel of Hogarth experts who shared their knowledge and insights, as the public is finally admitted to the Hogarth exhibition at Ealing’s Pitzhanger Manor, where 200 years ago Sir John Soane first displayed the iconic Rake’s Progress series of eight paintings. (l-r) Martin Rowson, cartoonist; Torin Douglas, Chiswick Book Festival Director; Clare Gough, director, Pitzhanger Manor; Xanthe Arvanitakis, director, Chiswick House & Gardens Trust. The event will be broadcast at 7pm on Thursday, 10 September. Details: chiswickbookfestival.net @W4BookFest @TorinDouglas @Pitzhanger @Gough_Clare_J @MartinRowson Xanthe Arvanitakis

2021 Exhibition Programme Announced

Mark your 2021 diaries with our upcoming exhibitions at Pitzhanger including new work by leading contemporary British artist Julian Opie.

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Soane’s Kitchen has reopened

Partnering with The Pepper Collective, we look forward to bringing you an exciting roster of chef takeovers and guest pop-ups over the coming months.

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Anish Kapoor print raffle winner

Anish Kapoor print raffle winner Anne Grange collects her prize from Pitzhanger

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Chalk Jewellery: The Pitzhanger Collection

Chalk Jewellery have launched a new collection to celebrate the first year of the Pitzhanger Manor being open.

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Pitzhanger now FREE for Ealing Residents to visit on Thursdays

Ealing local residents can now enjoy Pitzhanger for FREE on Thursdays as well as between 11.30am-2pm on Sundays

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Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives is open

Here’s what some of our recent media and visitors have been saying recently about Pitzhanger and our new exhibition.

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21st Century Influencers – Hogarth, Soane and A Rake’s Progress

If you missed the first event of the Chiswick Book Festival Online, you can now catch up on YouTube!

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Pitzhanger is reopening on 10 September

We are delighted to update you that we will reopen our doors with our postponed new exhibition Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives.

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Happy World Bee Day 2020

To celebrate we are sharing with you the story behind our unique Pitzhanger Honey, made by volunteers and sold in the Pitzhanger Shop.

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Mel Giedroyc at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

Mel Giedroyc brought her best friend to Pitzhanger for the first episode of the new series of the Art Fund’s Meet Me at the Museum podcast.

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23rd March 2020

Gorgeous Galleries: Our Top 5

We have been featured as one of the top Galleries to hire in London.

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16th March 2020

Coronavirus Update

The Pitzhanger team is working hard to prepare for the re-opening of Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery in the early Autumn.

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11th March 2020

Pitzhanger One Year Anniversary

This March we are celebrating one year since Pitzhanger reopened to the public follow the conservation and restoration project.

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5th March 2020

Hogarth Exhibition Range

Shop Hogarth inspired gifts, books and prints. Every purchase supports Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery.

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31st December 2019

Taking a look back over 2019

2019 has been a very significant year for Pitzhanger, with the conclusion of the building works and the re-opening of the Manor and Gallery in March. Here we take a quick look in 12 pictures through some of the momentous events of this special year.

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12th September 2019

Hogarth’s ‘A Rake’s Progress’ to return to Pitzhanger

For the first time in more than 200 years, A Rake’s Progress will return to Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery in March 2020 as the centrepiece of a new exhibition of work by contemporary artists focusing on aspects of everyday life in London.

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30th May 2019

Behind the Scenes

See behind the hoardings at Pitzhanger during the major conservation project that finished in March 2019.

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Mattock Lane, London
W5 5EQ
Reception: 020 3985 8888
Office: 020 3994 0967

Tuesday - Monday: Closed

Last admissions one hour before closing

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