What’s on

See below for exciting events coming to the Charterhouse soon.

Sunday 14 January – Choral Evensong with St Martin’s Chorus from St-Martin-in-the-Fields

Join St Martin’s Chorus for a beautiful service of words and music, justly described as one of the glories of the Anglican tradition.

The service will be held in the Chapel at the Charterhouse and will begin at 5:00pm.

Admission is free.

Friday 19 January – Crossrail and the Charterhouse Tour

Designed for those who want to find out more about the medieval history of the site and recent Crossrail excavations, we are delighted to announce our brand new tour offer for 2018!

From the Black Death to the founding of a Carthusian monastery to London’s newest railway, discover the secrets that lie behind, or rather underneath, the Charterhouse. As Crossrail tunnelled its way across London, the remains of a 14th century plague pit were unearthed. Following on from her series of SOLD OUT walking tours for the Museum of London in summer 2017, join London Town Tours guide Julie Chandler to find out about the tunnelling, station design, the trains, the archaeology, and how Crossrail impacted life at Charterhouse on this unique tour.

Tours start at 10:30am and last approximately 75 minutes.

Tours cost £20 per person.

To book click here

Please note that this is an external walk. We therefore advise visitors to wear sensible footwear and dress appropriately.


Tuesday 10 April – Garden Tour

Join Claire Davies, Head Gardener at the Charterhouse, for a rare opportunity to enter our enchanting and secret garden. In April spring will be in the air and many of the bulbs will be in bloom. The glorious magnolia trees should be displaying their splendour as well as the wisteria.  There will be plenty of colour in the beds and it is very much an all year round garden, so it is constantly changing and there is always something to look at.

The next garden tour is on Tuesday 10th April  from 10.45 to 11.45am. Tickets cost £20 per person.

‘many wonderful plants and planting ideas – will unashamedly steal’, ‘it was stunning!’

For tour prices and directions on how to get to Charterhouse Square, please go to the Visit Us page. Book tickets


Tuesday 5 June – National Gardens Scheme


Come and see the private gardens within the grounds of historic Charterhouse.  Five acres of peace and tranquillity in the heart of London!

No booking required – £5 entry fee payable on the door and includes a glass of wine.

We will also be having a BBQ throughout the evening (additional cost).


September 2018 – Save the date!

We are delighted to welcome back the HandleBards to perform Shakespeare in Charterhouse Square.  Expect riotous amounts of energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter.  All performances at 7.00pm.

Twelfth Night on Tuesday 4 September

Twelfth Night on Wednesday 5 September

Romeo and Juliet on Thursday 6 September

Full details and booking information to follow.