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Become a Patron:

Our Patrons scheme offers a chance for you to contribute directly to Charleston’s conservation and development. In return for your support, you will receive access to exclusive Gallery events, private tours of the house and free copies of The Charleston Press book containing timely and in-depth articles about Charleston by well-known authors and our curatorial team.

The enhanced benefits at this level include:

  • Invitations to Patron-only events
  • Invitations to private views
  • Private tour of the House for up to four people
  • Free entry to the House and Garden for up to three guests
  • Complimentary book Charleston Press three times a year
  • Complimentary signed book Charleston: A Bloomsbury House & Garden

Other benefits include:

  • Priority booking for the Charleston Festival in May
  • Free entry to the House, Garden and Galleries and changing programme of exhibitions
  • Discounts on our creative workshops and events programme
  • Updates on Charleston news by email

Join as an Individual – Perfect for those wishing to support Charleston and meet like-minded people
DIRECT DEBIT: £240 or STANDARD: £250 per year

Join as a Joint member – Join with a named person (Joint)
DIRECT DEBIT: £385 or STANDARD: £395 per year

Why not buy membership as a Gift? 

Already a Patron of Charleston?  Email us at friends@charleston.org.uk 

You can log on to your account and renew your membership under the ‘Manage’ and then ‘My Memberships’ section.

What's on

Small Wonder Festival 2018 at Charleston 28 Sep - 30 Sep
Small Wonder Festival 2018

The Small Wonder 2018 website is now live – visit the festival website for full information. More

13 OctPerformance
The Marlborough Theatre Presents Cabaret Orlando

Revel in a rebellious performance art cabaret that breaks the gender binary with Nando Messias, Marisa Carnesky, Travis Alabanza and KUCHENGA.

10 NovFilm
Difficult Love | Zanele Muholi

Film and panel discussion Difficult Love, co-directed by photographer and activist Zanele Muholi, is a compelling More

17 NovTalk
Transgressive Identities

Join curator of the Museum of Transology, E-J Scott, dress historian Dr Jane Hattrick and trans Muslim dandy Sabah Choudrey


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