PUMP HOUSE PAVILION Pump House Gallery is delighted to welcome back the Pavilion to the gallery forecourt from Friday 18 May to Sunday 3 June 2018. Come down to Battersea Park and join the team at Pump House Gallery for a range of free family activities and creative experiences. Connected to Wandsworth Arts Fringe, Chelsea Fringe and London Festival of Architecture, Pump House Pavilion will host a series of workshops, performances and events in response to themes in the coinciding exhibition, We are having a little flirt. Suitable for all ages, the activities will explore the themes of uncertainty, taking chances, finding limits and multiple possibilities. The Pavilion is a partnership project between St William and Wandsworth Council, forming part of the borough’s Cultivate education programme and Nine Elms area cultural development programme to extend the vitality of London’s South Bank all the way to Battersea Park. Commissioned by Dallas-Pierce-Quintero and Pump House Gallery, architects NEON and structural engineers Elliott Wood collaborated with pupils from Chestnut Grove Academy in Balham to conceive and design the structure.