Category Archives: Diary Dates

June-July 2021 – Diary Dates

Belsize Community Library
Friends of BCL

Jon Sopel, BBC’s North America Editor, talks on “Reporting America: from Trump to Biden.”Thursday, 16th September at 19.30 via Zoom, ID 889 6466 1765, no password necessary
Karin Fernald, author and performer will present an illustrated talk on “Edwin Lanseer: the Shakespeare of Dogs.”
Thursday, 21st Octobe at 19.30 via Zoom ID 889 6466 1765, no password necessary
HM Ambassador to Austria, Leigh Turner, will talk on ‘Writing the World: How writing inspires diplomacy and vice-versa.”
Thursday, 18th November at 19.30 via Zoom ID 889 6466 1765, no password necessary

Burgh House
The Cafe
is open for take away and outdoor seating (no bookings, first come, first served)
Online exhibition: The Prospect of Happiness, Liz Matthews. Drawing together portraits of some beloved London houses and views. See here
Online exhibition: Artists who love trees. Robert Eagle Fine Art. Art from a diverse group of contemporary artists, taking inspiration from trees. See here

Camden Arts Centre
Camden Art Centre was established in 1965 as a place for making, viewing and discussing art. It has launched an online archive of selected exhibitions and projects from 1991 – 2020.   For audio, video and lots of fantastic pictures, go to
The Centre is open 11am-6pm Wednesday-Sunday, with Cafe open 11am-6pm, Thursday-Sunday.
Walter Price – “Pearl Lines”. Following his studio residency at the Centre in early 2020, American artist Walter Price returns for his first major institutional exhibition in the UK.
Friday, 21st May until Sunday , 29th August..
Olga Balema – Computer: the first solo UK institutional exhibition by the New York based Ukrainian-born artist, responding to the iconic architecture of Gallery 3. Read more here
Friday, 21st May until Sunday, 29th August.

Isokon Gallery (Please check here prior to visiting)
Open Saturdays and Sundays, 11.00 -16.00 until Winter.
The 2021 Exhibition tells the story of Agatha Christie, best selling novelist of all time, and the years she lived in the Isokon building between 1941 and 1947.

Keats House (Please read visit guidelines here)
is open for one hour visits at 11.00, 12.15. 14.15. and 15.30 on specific days only. These may be prebooked on Eventbrite

St Peter’s Church