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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore what’s on
Heritage Open Days Talk: Restoration of Medieval Painting and Writing at The Master’s House – by Elizabeth Holford
Thursday 7 September
7pm – 8.30pm
Elizabeth Holford painstakingly restored the medieval painted beam discovered in the Great Hall. With some 40 years’ experience in easel and wall painting conservation, her previous projects have included the Presence Chamber at Windsor Castle, painted by Antonio Verrio, and Queen Charlotte’s Cottage in Kew. She returns to talk about this intriguing process.
Friday 8 September
11am – 12.30pm
Bring along a book you’ve read, share your thoughts and perhaps a short snippet from the book in this friendly and informal readers’ group. Second Friday of each month.
Saturday 9 September
Library opening hours
Your last day to complete the challenge and to collect your Animal Agents medal. Good luck!
Saturday 9 September – Sunday 17 September
h.Art opening times
Featuring ‘books’ made by 13 local artists using many techniques and medium including printmaking, textiles and calligraphy. Consider Book Art as splendid items of chaos, journeys navigated by the stars and diaries of artistic exploration. Part of h.Art week.
Wednesday 20 September
10.30am – 12 noon
Free / donations gratefully accepted
Friends of the Master’s House will be hosting a detailed tour of this beautiful 15th century building that recently featured on Channel 4’s Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year.
Thursday 21 September
11am – 11.30am
A brand new storytime at Ledbury Library! Join us for a poetry and limerick special to celebrate National Poetry Day.
Thursday 21 September – Saturday 7 October
Library opening hours
See highlights from the restoration of The Master’s House as layers of additions were unpeeled to reveal the original medieval timber beams visible today.
Monday 25 September
2pm – 4pm
Get started on a tablet in this two hour workshop. Learn simple computer skills, including how to use the internet, and pick up plenty of tips. Tablets will be provided or you can bring your own. Booking is essential.
Saturday 30 September
10am – 12 noon
£6 per session
Professional writer and poet Sarah-Jane Arbury leads a young writers’ group to explore creative writing in a fun and imaginative way. Booking is essential, visit
www.writingwestmidlands.org to reserve a place. Suitable for 9 – 14 years.
Thursday 12, Friday 13, Saturday 14, Thursday 19, Friday 20, Saturday 21 October 7.30pm – 9pm
Tickets £12 / £6 students – includes light refreshments
After the success of The Visit last year, LADS returns to The Master’s House with another original promenade production, this time set in WW1. Between the Lines explores the characters who lived in and around the Master’s House in 1916, getting on with the daily battles of life at home whilst the war rages on the Western Front.
Tickets available from Ledbury Library or the Market Theatre.