Visit to The Garrick Club

| The Garrick Club

The Garrick Club was founded in 1831 by a group of literary gentlemen as a place where ‘actors and men of refinement and education might meet on equal terms’, and where ‘easy intercourse was to be promoted between artists and patrons’. Named after the great 18th-century actor David Garrick, the club possesses an important theatrical library that includes many documents, but its greatest treasure is the large and comprehensive collection of theatrical paintings and drawings.

Please note: visitors must observe smart dress code (jacket and tie for men).

Nearest Tube: Leicester Square

Venue information

The Garrick Club

15 Garrick Street London, WC2E 9AY

Entry details

Tickets 25

Thursday 21 January 10 am–12.15pm

Thursday 28 January 10 am–12.15pm

(please specify date when booking)

To book, please call 0844 415 4151

Mon - Fri, 9am - 5.30pm

Lines open 9am Mon 14 December 2009

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