🏳️🌈 Pride 🏳️⚧️
Celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community in June and beyond.
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture is a safe space for LGBTQIA+ members, and houses many sculptures and pieces which connect to the community.
Including sculptures such as Divine in Heaven 1989 and the Alternative Miss World regalia which includes crown jewels, host and hostess outfits and more.
The Museum also hosts weddings for same sex couples, and has a large cabinet containing sculptures of the late drag queen Divine.
To find out more about Alternative Miss World, or venue hire for weddings, please find the links through the buttons below:
All’s Nell That Ends Nell
Calling all Rocky Horror Picture Show fans!
Andrew Logan is delighted that his long-time friend Nell Campbell will be joining him in Berriew for two exclusive appearances of her new one-woman show: All’s Nell That Ends Nell
Nell Campbell tapped her way to stardom in The Rocky Horror Picture Show and later became New York’s 1990’s Queen of the Night with Nell’s, her wildly successful nightclub.
In her one woman show, All’s Nell That Ends Nell, she shares delicious behind the scenes tales and photos of these giddy times.
Get your glad rags on for a night like no other with Andrew Logan and Little Nell!
Friday 12th & Saturday 13th May 2023, 7.30pm
Berriew Community Centre – Berriew, SY21 8BA
Hosted by Andrew Logan
Opening for the Season!
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture welcomes you through its doors once again for the coming season.
April – September 2023
Monday – Friday 10-1pm
Saturday/Sunday & Bank Holidays 10-4pm
Plan your visit here.
Easter Weekend Opening
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture will be open over the Easter Weekend, 2023!
Friday 7th – Monday 10th
Find out more about the weekend through our blog.
We look forward to your visit!
Museum closing for the winter
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture will be closing for the season, with our last day being Wednesday 28th October 2022.
Private viewings will still be available to book, where you will be able to find out more here.
Museum closed Wednesday 12th
The Cosmic Egg is coming back home to the Museum!
After its 3 month visit to Shrewsbury, where it was situated outside of the castle for the Shrewsbury Arts Trail it will be reassembled at the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture next Wednesday 12th October 2022.
Due to this, the Museum will have to be closed for the day. Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to welcoming you through our doors once again the following day!
Museum closed Monday 19th
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture will be closed Monday 19th September 2022 in respect of Her Majesty, the Queen’s funeral.
We look forward to welcoming you through our doors once again the following day.
Thank you for your understanding.
To celebrate the Museum’s opening in 1991, Andrew will be hosting his yearly Jewellery Extravaganza on the August Bank Holiday, Sunday 28th.
There is a wonderful opportunity to apply to be a volunteer model, although there are limited spaces. If you are interested and would like to find out more, please email [email protected]
The Cosmic Egg is on the move!
Apologies for any inconvenience, as Thursday 23rd June the Museum will be closed, as the iconic 14ft tall Cosmic Egg will be on the move! It will be displayed at Shrewsbury Art Trail from July – August.
In the meantime, the Museum will see some new additions in place of where the Cosmic Egg was – keep a look out for updates on what those pieces might be!
Flower Masterclass 2022
Flowers Workshop with Andrew Logan
Join us for a rare opportunity to make your own piece of unique, wearable art with Andrew Logan himself.
We’re heralding in Spring with two Flower Masterclasses on Thursday 19 May and Friday 20 May 2022, 2pm – 4.30pm.
A wonderful opportunity to be inspired by Andrew’s flair and imagination, and to let your own creativity bloom and blossom!
This Workshop is suitable for everyone aged 16 +, no previous art experience is necessary.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture Opening
Monday – Friday 10-1pm
Saturday – Sunday 10-4pm
After a successful Easter weekend with over 100 visitors, we welcome you back to the Museum where we will be open from 1st May – 31st October 2022!
Come join us and see the spectacular artwork created by sculptor Andrew Logan, and bask in their glimmering presence!
If you need any assistance with planning your visit, please refer to our ‘Visit’ page, which you can find the link for here.