What’s On

The Master’s House hosts an exciting selection of events, exhibitions and activities on a wide range of subjects. You can find out more about upcoming ones here. We look forward to seeing you soon!

To book tickets for an event, phone Ledbury Library and Customer Services on 01432 383499 or visit us.

Booking and tickets

Events are free unless otherwise stated.

Please check if you need to book: you will be asked for your ticket at the event.

Tickets will be available six weeks before the event from Ledbury Library unless otherwise stated. Tickets that have not been collected the day before the event, unless otherwise advised, will be reallocated. 

Children under 8 years old must be supervised at all times.

Hiring event and exhibition space in The Master’s House

If you would like to hire one of the event and exhibition spaces in The Master’s House for an event of your own, telephone 01432 383499 or email ledburylibrary@herefordshire.gov.uk.

Explore what’s on

Library DVD sale

Monday 3 February – Saturday 15 February

Library opening hours (from 12 noon Monday)

A DVD sale of ex-library stock from libraries across the county. Find a bargain for a winter movie night!

How to Use a Smartphone

Tuesday 18 February

4pm – 6pm            

Free tickets

Learn the basics of how to use a smartphone, from learning about apps, picking up emails on your smartphone, using the internet and connecting to our library wifi. Bring your own device or borrow one of the smartphones we have available for the session. Provided by Fastershire.

16+ years

Ringing the Changes with Tim Keyes

Thursday 20 February

7pm – 8.30pm            

Tickets £6 (all profits to the Ledbury Bell Appeal)

A journey with the church bells of Ledbury through 1,000 years of history and literature, and accompanied by some very colourful characters, both real and fictional.

The Story of Lancing College Chapel

Friday 13 March

7.00pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Tickets £6

Lancing Chapel is comparable to the great French Gothic Cathedrals and contains the biggest Rose Window in the UK.  This illustrated talk, given by Ian Beer, CBE who was Head Master there from 1969 to 1981, will span the period 1868, when the Foundation Stone was laid, to 2020 when the Chapel will finally be completed.


Creating your Sketchbook Journal with Jeanette McCulloch

Monday 23 March, Monday 30 March and Monday 6 April

10am – 1pm 

Tickets £65 (for the three workshops)

Keeping a sketchbook or journal can be daunting, in these workshops Jeanette will explore practical and creative possibilities. The workshops are about ideas and how to develop them and will include sessions on colour & texture, image,  and words & text . You will need an A4 ring bound sketchbook but all other materials will be supplied.