Handel Hendrix House will re-open to the public on 18 May, following a major programme of rennovations we call the Hallelujah Project. This work has restored the facade of Handel's home to its original Georgian appearance and recreated its historic interiors, including Handel's kitchen. Works of art representative of those owned by Handel can now be enjoyed in his house and visitors can explore his life, times and music in more depth than ever before.
Visitors can explore the flat Jimi Hendrix shared with his girlfriend Kathy Etchingham from 1968, and this is complemented by a new film exploring people's memories of Hendrix and how he has inspired artists and musicians today.
Following the completion of the project, we aim to inspire more people than ever before with the music and lives of Handel and Hendrix and to offer new learning programmes for young people.
It will take £2.9million fto complete the Hallelujah Project. To date, we have raised £2.7million. Through a donation, you can help ensure that the Hallelujah Project achieves its full potential to inspire and help people to learn. All support is valued and will make a difference to our campaign.
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Handel Hendrix House is the operating name of The Handel House Trust Ltd, a registered charity. The Handel House Trust Ltd needs to fundraise for this and other activities.
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