OPEN Ealing: A painting, a pie and a pint – Thursdays from 5th May


In this new course, Nick Pearson will comment on a masterpiece each week in an open discussion, beautifully complemented by a delicious homemade pie and a drink. Many of you will know that Nick is an entertaining and informative lecturer. In this season, he will be encouraging you to share your thoughts on the paintings.

The programme is designed as a baker’s dozen season running from 5 May to 28 July to restart in September.

The first painting to be presented will be A bar at the Folies Bergère, by Edouard Manet.

Cost: £20 a single evening or £210 for all 13 and various concessions are available.  Full details here


How to find us:

The cafe is part of the Green Man Lane regeneration development on Singapore Road in West Ealing. We are the opposite end of the road to the Ealing Magistrates Court opposite the mosque. There is a small surface car park and on road parking along Singapore Road which is free after 6.30pm. If you’re driving it might be better to put Eccleston Road in your sat nav – Singapore Road is off it.
If you use public transport: the nearest train station is West Ealing; the nearest underground station is Northfields on the Piccadilly line: buses 83, 207, 427 and Express 607 – bus stop is West Ealing Broadway and E3, E8 – bus stop is Melbourne Avenue. Walk up Brownlow Road beside BHS to the café.

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