Dates for your Diary

Belsize Community Library, 14 Antrim Road, NW3 4XR

Details from www.thewinch.org/belsize-community-library

BCL is now opening on Thursdays between 15.30 and 18.00.
This is a trial run so whether or not this continues for more than a few months will depend on numbers attending.

How Hampstead Heath was Saved: A talk by the book’s author, Helen Lawrence.
Thursday, 16th January at 19.30. Donation £3.00 including refreshments.

Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, New End Square, NW3 1LT

Details from www.burghhouse.org.uk

Concert of Baroque Music Instrumental and vocal music performed by members of the Hampstead Music Club
Tuesday, 4th February at 19.30. Suggested donation £3.00

Evening of 20th Century Piano Music Adrien Schmitt plays music by Bartok, Rachmaninoff, Debussy and Gershwin
Wednesday, 12th February at 19.15. Tickets £10

Jae Eun Shin plays music by Bach, Beethoven and Chopin
Thursday 13th February at 18.30 for 19.00. Tickets £10

The Solarek Piano Trio play Beethoven’s ‘Archduke piano trio and a late romantic trio , opus 29, by the Croatian composer, Dora Pejačević.
Friday, 14th February at 18.30. Tickets £15, concessions £10.

The Camden History Society: Camden’s parish maps 1720 – 1900
Simon Morris gives an illustrated talk on his research into the Camden section of the London Topographical Society’s forthcoming catalogue of London Parish Maps. The three historic parishes of Hampstead, St Giles and St St George and St Pancras are unusually well mapped and the talk will explore what they reveal of 18th and 19th century life.
Thursday, 20th February at 19.30/ Members free, non-members welcome for £2 at the door.

Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain
The authors Leyla Daybelge & Magnus Englund will be giving a richly illustrated talk about the story of the Isokon, the Pritchards (for whom the ‘ Lawn Road Flats’ were built) their artistic network and the legacy of the Bauhaus artists during their time in Britain.
Wednesday, 26th February 19.30 -18.30. Tickets £10 + £1.37 fee, FoBH and u25s, £8.00 + £1.21 fee.

How ‘the most dangerous spy in history’ was recruited in Hampstead
Stewart Purvis, creator of the ‘Hampstead Spies’ guided walk, talks bout the Kuczynskis, who fought fascism by helping the KGB, and the young scientist, Klaus Fuchs, who wanted to share Britain’s nuclear bomb secrets.
Thursday, 27th February at 19.00 for 19.30. Tickets £8, FoBH and u25s £6.

Camden Arts Centre, corner Arkwright & Finchley Roads, NW3 6DG

Details from www.camdenartscentre.org.

Isokon Gallery, Lawn Road, NW3 2XD

Details from www.isokongallery.co.uk

Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, NW3 2RR

Details from  Keats House

St Peter’s Church, Belsize Square, NW3 4HJ

Details from St Peter”s Church

 

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