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Patrizia Burgess
· November 21, 2017
It's the best place to take your toddler, good fun for them, an area all for them with toys and books, a good gathering place for parents and carers to meet and... have a coffee and a cake.
The only problem is that it should be cleaned a bit..loads of crumbs around.
Just an idea, how about providing a small vacuum cleaner for parents to use? Maybe a little note to remind them? Love the place, keep it up �������
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Vincent Martino
· October 22, 2017
We rented the performance room upstaires for our Baha'i celebrations. From the start when I was calling to prebook until the end amd the clean up, the team was extremely helpful and flexible! Thank you so much to the little angels who helped us clean and move all our things once we had finished and always with a smile. We 're so glad to have had our celebrations at yours. Thank you. See More
Stacey Elizabeth Holsgrove
· October 30, 2017
Went to the music group today and I loved it. My little girl was really calm after the group. Would def go again :)
Ann Palmer
· September 28, 2017
Thank you to all the staff for helping me make my current exhibition such a success
Margaret Coomber
· May 1, 2017
Love the cafe, the staff went above and beyond when our little man had a full on meltdown. Highly recommended.
Melanie Jane Dane
· May 14, 2017
Love it at the Horsebridge... My toddler loves playing in the kiddie corner. Nice and relaxed and teas and coffees are great.
Highly recommended
Andy King
· May 18, 2016
What a great venue, it does absolutely loads for the town, gives up and coming artists the use of their large gallery room for a start. THE CITIZENS ADVICE B...EURO had a little stint in there for a while which is great for those who can't get over to the larger towns in the county.. Not to mention the hospitality & that 1st floor outside space is amazing, thank you the Whitstable Horsebridge. See More
Peter Gander
March 14, 2013
Great hand-drawn ink-meets-digital artwork by Quintin Winter at The Horsebridge gallery 3. Spooky Whitstable myths and legends brought to life in a movie poster... stylee. A conger eel snakes around a Maunsell fort outpost and a black dog straddles the Whitstable skyline blocking out the stars in a sooty silhouette. All artworks rendered in a lovely graphic novel, slightly misregistered colour style. What's not to like? Signed prints available. See More
Ann George
· October 30, 2016
First time seeing live music Nine Below Zero good night small venue up close and personal liked it
Derek Sellen
· October 6, 2016
An excellent venue. We saw the exhibition 'Between the Sea and the Sky' yesterday. The fine lighting, the generous space and the art combined to create a whole experience.
Mitch Farrell
· June 7, 2014
Been an amazing 2 years working in the cafe, couldn't have asked for a better group of people to be working with! I wish all the best in the future for the customers and the charity itself!
Kate Baker
· May 4, 2015
Great place to exhibit, light bright and cafe amenities upstairs. Good value close to the seafront, pubs, high street.
Elinor D. Perry-Smith
· August 1, 2013
A local hub for art and theatre that doesn't shy away from controversial subjects.
Mark Taylor
· August 23, 2013
Good place to recharge
Sarah Gould
· July 30, 2013
The art is amazing
As the yoga festival is now only two days away, the preparations will start tomorrow afternoon and our cafe will therefore close at 3pm. Get your coffee fix in time as nothing feels better than fresh caffeine in the morning sun! ;) And come back at the weekend to check out a vegan pop-up cafe run by Holistic Biscuit!
LA LA LAND 'Audacious, retro, funny and heartfelt, La La Land is the latest great musical for people who don’t like musicals – and will slap a mile-wide smile across the most miserable of faces. (Ian Freer, Empire) Come in to the Horsebridge for your 'mile-wide smile' on Thursday 24th August 2017 @ 2pm -> we're screening this Oscar-nominated hit as our latest Thursday Matinee! £5/ticket, incl. coffee/tea and biscuits

We have a lovely selection of Christmas cards and handmade gifts for all ages.

Our thoughts on #livingrooms and #domesticspaces are constantly being enriched by A) your questions about and feedback on the open exhibition, B) the first submissions coming in! and C) more and more artwork we encounter in books and on websites.

While #livingrooms often signify home, family and protection, for many people they are also a site of labour. Cleaners, housekeepers and nannies look after domestic environments of other people, and, in the work of Ramiro Gomez, part...icularly of wealthy Californians.

Gomez takes glossy magazine pictures as well as canonical artworks, such as David Hockney's paintings, and inserts into their composition (usually invisible) Latino workers whose 'hands wipe and dust and wash the plush upholstery, cool granites, and dreamy garments of idealized domestic life'.

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