Langdon Down CentreNormansfield Theatre, is a grade II* listed building with a purpose built Theatre/entertainment hall and is a rare example of a private Victorian Theatre containing original painted scenery and other ornate fixtures and fittings. It also contains a variety of different sized rooms. As well as the Theatre there is a large conference/meeting room, two smaller meeting rooms and a very large basement area all of which are available for hire.
The remit of the centre is to promote, preserve and manage this beautiful building, and the historical archive material of Dr. Langdon Down, the “Father of Downs Syndrome”.
The Langdon Down Centre, Normansfield, 2A Langdon Park, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9PS
Regular events, talks, tours and classes
take place. To book tickets ring 0333 1212 300(or email email@example.com to reserve seats.
For all enquiries and visitors wishing to view the Centre contact Lesley Alabaf.
The Langdon Down Museum and the Normansfield Victorian Theatre have recently been listed as one of the 100 Inspiring Things to Visit in London. More information >
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Arts Richmond events
- Grave New World by Stephen D. King
8 Nov 2017
- Richmond Literature Festival 2017: Arts Richmond events
8 Nov 2017
- Pocket Playhouse - Thirty Six Short Entertainments by Michael Frayn
15 Nov 2017
- War and the Death of News by Martin Bell
22 Nov 2017