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Apr
15
Mon
Kung Fu Classes for Children (5.45) and Adults (6.30) @ Highgate Society
Apr 15 @ 5:45 pm – 7:30 pm

               

               LEARN TRADITIONAL KUNG FU & TAI CHI

                  from  Three-Time International Gold Medallist

                                DANIEL SHAW-ABULAFIA

             at The Highgate Society, 10A South Grove, London N6 6BS
         Children:  Mondays weekly, 17.45 to 18.30 from September 26th
         Adults:      Mondays weekly, 18.30 to 19.30 from September 26th

                            COME TO A FREE TRIAL CLASS!

Apr
16
Tue
Annie’s Yoga in Highgate @ Highgate United Reformed Church
Apr 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The class is suitable for beginners and is friendly and inclusive. Style is Hatha yoga with various influences – gentle, but still delivering strength and flexibility.   Come and try a class to enhance your sense of wellbeing, release stress and tension and to experience deep relaxation. Mats provided, free parking (for now, but check signs!) no need to book – just turn up. The class is in the beautiful church – it’s set back a bit and has big blue doors. The class is mixed level/mixed ability/mixed age. I am a registered BWY teacher and fully insured. For more info about me/my yoga, have a look at my website 

Apr
17
Wed
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 17 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Apr
18
Thu
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 18 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Apr
19
Fri
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 19 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Apr
20
Sat
Guerrilla Gardening
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Guerrilla Gardening group has been busy with planning for 2024 since our evening workshop in November. Work has included a walk-about through the N6 area to survey 16 potential sites for our activities and developing a map with notes, so that we can assign actions (even if just monitoring) to each site.

We are now looking for people that can join us to grow this initiative. If you can help out at a gardening event (site clearing, pruning, planting), or might be interested in becoming a ‘champion’ for a particular site near you that needs care, or you simply want to know more, please do get in touch via the contact form on the website or by direct email to: infrastructure@highgatesociety.com. A member of the team will be in touch. You can also sign up to our occasional Guerrilla Gardening newsletter.

Meanwhile, the dates for gardening events have been fixed – see below – so do ‘save the date’ in your diary, if you are interested. We will provide further information as to the event activity and location, each month. Please note, some are evening events and they are not only Saturdays!

Saturday 23 March 10–12 noon
Saturday 20 April 10–12 noon
Saturday 18 May 2.30–4.30pm
Thursday 20 June 7.30–9.30 pm
Friday 19 July 7.30–9.30 pm
Saturday 17 August 10–12 noon
Wednesday 11 September 7.30–9.30pm
Saturday 19 October 2.30–4.30pm
Saturday 16 November 10–12 noon
Saturday 14 December 10–12 noon
Coffee AM at the Highgate Society @ Highgate Society
Apr 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Do come along to meet your neighbours, enjoy a good cup of coffee and find out what is happening in Highgate.

The planning committee often have someone on hand to answer planning queries.

Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 20 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Apr
21
Sun
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 21 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Apr
22
Mon
Kung Fu Classes for Children (5.45) and Adults (6.30) @ Highgate Society
Apr 22 @ 5:45 pm – 7:30 pm

               

               LEARN TRADITIONAL KUNG FU & TAI CHI

                  from  Three-Time International Gold Medallist

                                DANIEL SHAW-ABULAFIA

             at The Highgate Society, 10A South Grove, London N6 6BS
         Children:  Mondays weekly, 17.45 to 18.30 from September 26th
         Adults:      Mondays weekly, 18.30 to 19.30 from September 26th

                            COME TO A FREE TRIAL CLASS!

Apr
23
Tue
Annie’s Yoga in Highgate @ Highgate United Reformed Church
Apr 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The class is suitable for beginners and is friendly and inclusive. Style is Hatha yoga with various influences – gentle, but still delivering strength and flexibility.   Come and try a class to enhance your sense of wellbeing, release stress and tension and to experience deep relaxation. Mats provided, free parking (for now, but check signs!) no need to book – just turn up. The class is in the beautiful church – it’s set back a bit and has big blue doors. The class is mixed level/mixed ability/mixed age. I am a registered BWY teacher and fully insured. For more info about me/my yoga, have a look at my website 

Apr
24
Wed
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

Enid Blyton – Noddy, Big-Ears and Lashings of Controversy @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

On A Role presents
Enid Blyton – Noddy, Big-Ears, and Lashings of Controversy.
Wednesday 24 April

Virtually everybody of a certain age has read an Enid Blyton book. She was loved by children (except her younger daughter who hated her) but vilified by the BBC, teachers, critics and librarians.

She sold more than 600 million books, despite all her work being banned by the BBC and many libraries and schools for more than thirty years. She was accused of being a racist and of using such limited vocabulary that it actually hindered children’s reading progress.

Her love-life was interesting and she had numerous affairs including with her children’s nanny. She enjoyed playing golf so much that she bought a golf course near Swanage. She died of Alzheimer’s in 1968 aged 71, mourned by millions of readers all over the world.

Liz Grand (previous shows ‘The Second Best Bed’, ‘Where Is Mrs. Christie?’ and ‘Mrs. Churchill – My Life With Winston’) plays this remarkable and controversial woman and brings you her story.

★★★★★
“The show’s subject is brilliantly played by Liz Grand, already well-versed in portraying strong independent women.”
View From The Stalls

“Liz Grand delivers a great performance as Enid and manages to portray different aspects of her complex character: she is arrogant, and somewhat vindictive at times, more self-aware at others and ultimately rather pitiable.”
Behind The Arras

Running Time: 60 mins

Apr
25
Thu
Exhibition at Highgate Gallery: The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation: Toby Wiggins, Andrew James, Anthony Connolly @ Highgate Gallery
Apr 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in ConversationHighgate Gallery
The Heart has its Reasons: Three Painters in Conversation

 

The President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Anthony Connolly along with two fellow members, Toby Wiggins and Andrew James, will be curating a unique exhibition that goes to the heart of their reasons for making their work. Sixty new and unseen paintings, drawings and sculptures will form a dynamic dialogue that explores overlapping themes including personal memories, history, landscape, religion and a shared belief in the need for authenticity of spirit to be at the heart of the creative process.

 

Gallery times: Wednesdays to Fridays 13:00-17:00,
Saturdays 11:00-16:00, Sundays 11:00-17:00,
Mondays & Tuesdays Closed
Private View: Friday 12 April 2024 18:00-20:30

The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher (A Reading.) @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Apr 25 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

There will be an audience discussion chaired by Francis Beckett with Lords Peter Lilley and Neil Kinnock after a reading by professional actors of the play The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher at 2.30pm on Thursday 25th April at the Upstairs at the Gatehouse Theatre. The play is about how Mrs Thatcher first won and then lost the leadership of her party. Both Peter Lilley and Neil Kinnock will be able to offer their perspectives on the play and take questions from the audience.

Apr
26
Fri
Highgate Society Spring Social @ Highgate Sopciety
Apr 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Friday 26th April 2024
7.00 to 8.15 pm
10A South Grove N6 6BS
Entry £6 on the door (booking not required).

Come and celebrate the arrival of spring while enjoying a glass of wine or two (or a soft drink) in the company of old friends or while making new ones.

This event is open to all.

Apr
27
Sat
Coffee AM at the Highgate Society @ Highgate Society
Apr 27 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Do come along to meet your neighbours, enjoy a good cup of coffee and find out what is happening in Highgate.

The planning committee often have someone on hand to answer planning queries.

Apr
29
Mon
Kung Fu Classes for Children (5.45) and Adults (6.30) @ Highgate Society
Apr 29 @ 5:45 pm – 7:30 pm

               

               LEARN TRADITIONAL KUNG FU & TAI CHI

                  from  Three-Time International Gold Medallist

                                DANIEL SHAW-ABULAFIA

             at The Highgate Society, 10A South Grove, London N6 6BS
         Children:  Mondays weekly, 17.45 to 18.30 from September 26th
         Adults:      Mondays weekly, 18.30 to 19.30 from September 26th

                            COME TO A FREE TRIAL CLASS!

Apr
30
Tue
Annie’s Yoga in Highgate @ Highgate United Reformed Church
Apr 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The class is suitable for beginners and is friendly and inclusive. Style is Hatha yoga with various influences – gentle, but still delivering strength and flexibility.   Come and try a class to enhance your sense of wellbeing, release stress and tension and to experience deep relaxation. Mats provided, free parking (for now, but check signs!) no need to book – just turn up. The class is in the beautiful church – it’s set back a bit and has big blue doors. The class is mixed level/mixed ability/mixed age. I am a registered BWY teacher and fully insured. For more info about me/my yoga, have a look at my website 

The Annual Merry Mug Quiz @ HLSI
Apr 30 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The Annual Merry Mug Quiz

Tuesday 30th April  2024  7.30 for 8.00 pm  HLSI, 11 South Grove N6 6BS  The Highgate Society takes on the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution in the annual general knowledge challenge. No need to book or form a team. Just come along and join a table. (Highgate Society and HLSI members only.)

May
1
Wed
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

May
2
Thu
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 2 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

Jazz in the House 2024: Kate Williams Quartet @ Lauderdale House
May 2 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Jazz in the House 2024: Kate Williams Quartet

Kate Williams and her quartet join us at Lauderdale House this spring for an evening of tunes by Emily Remler and Bill Evans, as well as originals.

Pianist/composer Kate Williams has gained a reputation as both a distinctive writer and performer. She has released several CDs, each one to critical acclaim, including Made Up and Atlas And Vulcana (with her septet) and Smoke And Mirrors (with tenor saxophonist, the late Bobby Wellins). In 2016 she formed Four Plus Three, an ensemble featuring her trio with string quartet. The following year, they performed at the 606 with special guest John Williams (Kate’s father) on guitar. John also features on Kate’s album with vocalist Georgia Mancio: Finding Home: Kate Williams’ Four Plus Three Meets Georgia Mancio. It won album of the year at the 2020 Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

Performers

Kate Williams – piano

Mike Outram – guitar

Dave Whitford – double bass

David Ingamells – drums

 

Tickets

Standard £15.50

Unwaged Concession £12.50

(This concession applies to guests with disabilities and those not in work. There are no senior concessions for Jazz in the House)

Under 35s Concession £8

(Limited Numbers)

Times

Doors Open: 7:30pm

Concert Start Time: 8pm

 

Tickets can be purchased here.

May
3
Fri
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 3 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

May
4
Sat
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

Coffee AM at the Highgate Society @ Highgate Society
May 4 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Do come along to meet your neighbours, enjoy a good cup of coffee and find out what is happening in Highgate.

The planning committee often have someone on hand to answer planning queries.

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 4 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

May
5
Sun
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 5 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

May
6
Mon
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 6 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

Coffee and Computers @ Highgate Society
May 6 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Monday 6 Nov coffee computers 10 30

Kung Fu Classes for Children (5.45) and Adults (6.30) @ Highgate Society
May 6 @ 5:45 pm – 7:30 pm

               

               LEARN TRADITIONAL KUNG FU & TAI CHI

                  from  Three-Time International Gold Medallist

                                DANIEL SHAW-ABULAFIA

             at The Highgate Society, 10A South Grove, London N6 6BS
         Children:  Mondays weekly, 17.45 to 18.30 from September 26th
         Adults:      Mondays weekly, 18.30 to 19.30 from September 26th

                            COME TO A FREE TRIAL CLASS!

May
7
Tue
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 7 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick

Annie’s Yoga in Highgate @ Highgate United Reformed Church
May 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The class is suitable for beginners and is friendly and inclusive. Style is Hatha yoga with various influences – gentle, but still delivering strength and flexibility.   Come and try a class to enhance your sense of wellbeing, release stress and tension and to experience deep relaxation. Mats provided, free parking (for now, but check signs!) no need to book – just turn up. The class is in the beautiful church – it’s set back a bit and has big blue doors. The class is mixed level/mixed ability/mixed age. I am a registered BWY teacher and fully insured. For more info about me/my yoga, have a look at my website 

A Word For Mother @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 7 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

A Word For Mother 

by Tim McArthur 

Produced by Helen and Paul Matthews in association with Hairy Bear Productions

Three sisters return home after their mums passing. They all reflect on their relationships with their mum and, over time, secrets, tensions and lies simmer to the surface. Will the sisters bond survive?

Directed by Sarah Redmond

Running Time: TBC

May
8
Wed
Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar @ Lauderdale House
May 8 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Art Exhibition: “Brush, Lens, Life” by Mika Hadar

1st May – 27th May 2024

This exhibition focuses on periods of serene contemplation in nature, fostering opportunities for the senses and the heart to expand and encounter moments of awe.

Mika is a London-based photographer, painter, and poet, integrating the objective lens of photography with the expressive strokes of a painter’s brush.

Their work is defined by its poetic, serene, and contemplative essence.

They view their art as ‘Visual Poetry’, where each medium- photography, painting, and poetry—expresses their inner landscape.

Mika explores the intimate connection between the observer and the observed through their lens. In painting, they respond to the view with their inner feelings and sensations, often blending brush and lens by painting over printed photographs, thereby recreating them with a subjective perspective.

Mika’s approach to photography and painting transcends mere documentation; it seeks to encapsulate the inherent mystery and longing in every moment. Their ultimate goal is to create an immersive experience that surpasses the visible realm, inviting others to share moments of wonder and introspection.

Come see Mika Hadar’s work at Lauderdale House during the month of May (1st – 27th). The exhibition is free and doesn’t require a ticket, but the gallery opening times change daily – please check on www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk or call 020 8348 8716 when planning your visit.

Website: www.mikahadar.art/

E-mail: mika@subtleyoga.co.uk

Instagram: @mikahadar

LinkedIn: Mika Hadar

Facebook: Mika Hadar Borthwick