The centre is now open all week except Tuesdays.
Please check Whats On listings to see what activities are taking place.

You will need to pre-book to attend.

If the activity you usually attend is not listed it means they are not running again at the Horsebridge yet.


Our galleries offer a diverse and dynamic exhibition programme throughout the year. They serve as a platform to showcase work from a wide range of artists as well as art, heritage and community projects curated by The Horsebridge.

The galleries are free to visit and are open to public every day apart from the first and last day of the exhibition dates which are dedicated installation and de-installation days.

We are now accepting proposals for exhibitions in 2022. Please email for an information pack.


Gallery Exhibitions

Striking Colour

Whitstable Art Society In this summer exhibition by the Whitstable Art Society, the focus for 2021 is on the use of colour; taking inspiration from Kandinsky, Mondrian, Rothko and other renowned Colourists. 'Striking Colour' investigates how coloration can create emotion and atmosphere, alter shape and enhance our viewing experience

Ben Sands Centenary (+1) Exhibition

Ben Sands The 1st July 2020 would have been the 100th birthday of remarkable local Printmaker Ben Sands. Sadly, we were unable to host an exhibition of his work last year to mark his centenary, but are pleased to announce this retrospective exhibition will now take place this June in Gallery 2.

On Watch

Dan Harnett Dan Harnett Presents a solo exhibition of abstract art and photography, inspired by the sea

Open Spaces, Secret Places

Nick Kelly, Liz Shedden Open Spaces, Secret Places - near and far, is the first collaborative exhibition by sister and brother, Liz and Nick, featuring a collection of paintings in mixed media on paper and canvas.


Made in Whitstable Eighteen artists and makers from the Made in Whitstable art group respond to themes of connectivity, association and relationships in this large showcase of mixed media work. "Only Connect" Somerset Maugham