Opening Hours

Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be re-opening from 14 August 2020. You can keep up to date with the latest information here.

House, galleries, café and shop: Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

Free, timed entry tickets to the House and galleries will be available online from 5 August.

Last entry to the House is at 4.20pm

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+44 (0)1223 748 100


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We are delighted to share a playlist of music inspired by the Linderism exhibition, chosen by our visitor services team.

Music has left an indelible impact on Linder’s life and art, and she in turn has left her mark on the music world (see the album cover for the Buzzcocks ‘Orgasm Addict’). Inspired by this relationship between Linder and music, the visitor services team have put together a playlist inspired by the artist’s works. The playlist draws on our own interpretations of Linderism’s themes, and showcases the wide ranging musical tastes of our team. We hope you enjoy!

Click here to listen to the playlist on spotify


‘Orgasm Addict’ Buzzcocks
‘Masseduction’ St. Vincent
‘Hedonism – Just Because it Feels Good’ Skunk Anansie
‘Public Image’ Public Image
‘Heartbeats’ The Knife
‘Brass in Pocket’ Nouvelle Vague
‘Hard Headed Woman’ Elvis Presley
‘(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden’ Martina McBride
‘Rose Hips Lady’ Catman Cohen
‘La Vie En Rose’ Grace Jones
‘Lola The Kinks
‘New Rose’ The Damned
‘Teenage Kicks’ The Undertones
‘Gently Tender’ Incredible String Band
‘Walk on the Wild Side’ Lou Reed
‘Edith Nylon’ Edith Nylon
‘Kaltes Klares Wasser’ Malaria!
‘He’s Got His Mother’s Hips’ John Grant
‘Pictures of Lily’ The Who
‘Relax’ Frankie Goes to Hollywood
‘Bodies in Motion’ Laurie Anderson
‘Lipstick’ Buzzcocks
‘Boys Wanna Be her’ Peaches
‘Anatomy is Not Destiny’ Ludus
Linderism at Kettle’s Yard, photo: Matthew Booth
Linderism at Kettle’s Yard, photo: Matthew Booth