Dates for your Diary

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

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Superior: The Return of Race Science: award-winning science journalist, author and broadcaster Angela Saini, in conversation with Financial Times science columnist Anjana Ahuja. In Superior, Angela Saini explores the concept of race, from its origins to the present day.
Thursday, 12th September, 19.00 for 19.30 – 20.45. Tickets £10 + £1.25 fee. Friends of BH & under 25s, £8 + £1.12 fee.

Hoffmeister Ensemble play a Haydn Divertimento and piano quartets by Turina and Brahms.
Sunday, 15th September at 14.30. Tickets £10, reservations 01923 265066

Quentin & Honor Phillipps – Birds, Mammals and Butterflies of Borne: Quentin will talk about Hornbills, Orangutans and Elephants and Honor’s talk will be an introduction to the six families and 1000 species of butterflies in Borneo.
Tuesday, 17th September, 18.30 for 19.00. Free admission

In Search of Mary: author and journalist Bee Rowlatt, talks about her latest book, inspired by the life of Mary Wollstonecraft. She also wrote the best seller ‘Talking about Jane Austen in Baghdad’ which was dramatised by the BBC.
Wednesday, 25th September at 19.30 – 20.30. Tickets £10 + £1.25 fee. Friends of BH & under 25s, £8 + £1.12 fee.

Mark Crooks Jazz Trio: an afternoon of swinging jazz standards and authentic Latin American song with Mark Crooks (clarinet & tenor sax), Georgia Mancio (voice), Colin Oxley (guitar).
Sunday, 29th September at 14.00. Tickerts £12

Eleanor Percy (violin) and Ierina Lyakhovskaya (piano) will play music by Beethoven, Elgar and César Franck.
Sunday 6th October at 14.00. Tickets £15, under 18s free.

Jazz Songs for the Heart: Lisa Feldman and Ailsa Chamley with Chris Eldred on piano and Adam King on double bass, sing songs from the Great American Songbook.
Sunday 13th October at 13.30. Tickets £10

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

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Two Exhibitions from 5th July until 15th September

Elizabeth Murray “Flying Bye”: This is the first UK exhibition of celebrated American painter Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007). It highlights a dramatic decade that saw Murray’s work dominate the art scene of 1980s New York and will focus on her vibrant, monumental, multi-panel and three-dimensional paintings and innovative works on paper from the 1980s and early 1990s.

Wong Ping “Heart Digger”: Wong Ping (bn 1984 Hong Kong) creates digital and sculptural works that reveal very human, often universal fantasies, through absurd narratives. Drawing from his own social encounters, he elaborates his stories into dark humorous tales that touch on political and cultural anxieties. These simple but seductive animations also disguise a deeper critique of technology .

Isokon Gallery, Lawn Road, NW3 2XD

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Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, NW3 2RR

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