New ceramics studio in Farringdon!

We’re excited to announce that our fourth studio will be a purpose built teaching space, under 200m from Farringdon station, central London. It’ll host a range of courses & workshops for people of all levels. Opening March!

We will host evening 12 week courses, shorter tasters (one-off and 5 week courses) and we’ll be fully set-up to host private sessions, parties and corporate events. Bookings are currently being taken and we still have a few spaces available. We will run evening courses Monday to Friday, plus a 12 week Monday morning course. On weekends, we’ll host a Saturday morning course and a Sunday morning 8 week throwing course, as well as taster sessions on Saturday afternoons.

To check out current available courses click this link & for taster availability click this link

To register interest and find out more!  Please email us at: info@thekilnrooms.com

How to find us

11 Eagle Court, London. EC1M 5QD 

Tube: Farringdon is served by a number of train and tube lines, including: The Elizabeth line, Thameslink, the Metropolitan line, Circle line and Hammersmith & City line.

Buses: The following buses also stop very close by: 17, 40, 55, 63, 243, 341

Parking: Street parking is limited but these carparks are close by: Turnmill St, Saffron Hill, and Smithfield carpark.

Why Farringdon?

Education is at the centre of what we do and whilst researching the area, it became apparent that Eagle Court had been a school built in the 1870s, apparently notorious for its lawless students. It continued being a place of education after the First World War, when London College of Communication took it over and today there’s The Goldsmith’s Centre just opposite, which is an institution with which we share many values. There’s also its proximity to the Barbican Centre and we’ve been closely following the plans for the redevelopment of Smithfield Market, which will be the new home of the Museum of London. In short, we’re not simply interested because it’s close to Farringdon station. Opening a pottery in Eagle Court will keep continue the tradition of education and creativity on this site. That said, we’ll do our best to ensure our potters won’t be as lawless as the 19th century students were!