Studio Pottery London






Mixed ability


Minimum 10, maximum 42

Availability & Pricing

Wednesday & Fridays afternoon and evenings. Mornings and weekends available on request.

Daytime sessions 1.5h – cost £60 per person. Includes all materials, teacher(s) and technician. If you wish to fire a piece of work this is an additional £5

Evenings and weekend sessions  1.5-3hrs – £80/160 per person – Includes all materials, teacher(s) and technician. If you wish to fire a piece of work this is an additional £5.


We can provide basic nibbles and alcohol can be brought into the studio. For more sophisticated spreads we partner with Ole & Stein, Wild by Tart and Batonnage Wines.

How to book

Please contact our studio for booking. Two week cancelation policy and to pay on booking. Please see our terms and conditions for more details.

Treat your office to something utterly different, a little bit messy, and deeply therapeutic. Swap your suits for overalls and get on a wheel for a thoroughly unusual day. Based at our studio in SW1.

Gregory Tingay and the studio’s Resident Potter ‘The centering of clay on the wheel acts as a metaphor for the centrality of learnt skill and craft in this ancient art form, as well as the spiritual and psychological centring which gives pottery its therapeutic dimension.’ Gregory has trained under some of the most distinguished potters of the 20th century. At Buckfast Abbey, he was apprenticed to Mary Boys-Adams (nee Gibson Horrocks), a pupil of Bernard Leach.

Studio Pottery London is a light-filled and spacious workshop for all who are attracted to making with clay, from absolute beginners to more experienced potters. We are uniquely located in central London in the heart of Victoria. A place of calm and community, our carefully curated space provides a perfect environment for city-dwellers to come together to learn and create.

Our focus is throwing – working with clay on the wheel.

This traditional craft provides a counterbalance to the hyperactive, mechanised, and technologically saturated metropolis. The hands-on practice of throwing opens dormant creativity and encourages therapeutic transformation.

Engaging with clay, the practitioner slows down, assimilating technique and mastering knowledge through careful repetition. It is a holistic, gradual and joyous experience, connecting the potter to a living history of human making.

Edmund de Waal also spoke of the studio as ‘a place of community.’ Here at Studio Pottery London we provide a space for students on the wheel to benefit from our experienced teachers in deliberately small groups. We will foster one-on-one learning and development through regular classes, occasional workshops, masterclasses and corporate offsites.

Studio Pottery London