Burgh House

Burgh House
New End Square, Hampstead, London, NW3 1LT

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Awkward Art Histories

Art Historian Sue Ecclestone will lead us through some of the more sensitive subjects of art historical discourse not usually discussed in mainstream art historical lectures. Post-Apartheid Trauma & Anxiety in Contemporary South African Art Friday 28 October, 7pm For those South African Artists that grew up during the…

Fri 28 Oct

£8 / 020 7431 0144

Bach To Baby Family Concert

Live Music, Classical.

Wed 2 Nov

£12 / 020 7431 0144

Breakthrough Of Black Footballers And Discrimination In The So Called Beautiful Game

Breakthrough of black footballers and discrimination in the so called 'Beautiful Game.' Paul Rees in conversation with 'Kick It Out.' Kick It Out is primarily a campaigning organisation which enables, facilitates and works with the football authorities, professional clubs, players, fans and communities to tackle all forms…

Culture In Conflict

Culture in Conflict: Paul MacAlindin tells the story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq

Sat 12 Nov

£10 / 020 7431 0144

Is The Political Party Really Over?

With voters less tribal than ever and fewer and fewer people willing to regularly commit their time and energy to traditional political activity, are parties as we've always known them in terminal decline? Or do recent surges in membership for, among others the SNP, Labour, and the Greens, suggest that there's life in the…

Sun 13 Nov

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Musicke In The Ayre: Ground And Ayre

Musicke in the Ayre (soprano Jane Hunt, mezzo Melissa Scott and lutenist Din Ghani) offer a delightful hour of 16/17th century music from across Europe for up to two voices accompanied by period plucked strings. Starting with the lute ayre of Shakespeare's time (and similar genres from the Continent), they explore the…

Sun 6 Nov

£11.55 some concessions / 020 7431 0144

Ovid & Chaucer Remixed For The 21st Century

Two of Britain's leading poets remix Ovid & Chaucer for the 21st century Pollard's Ovid's Heroines is a series of poems in the voices of women from Greek and Roman myth, bringing to life a cast who are brave, bitchy, horrifying, heartbreaking and surprisingly modern. Agbabi's Telling Tales celebrates Chaucer's…

Sun 13 Nov

£10 / 020 7431 0144

Rock Choir

Join your local rock choir and sing out. The group rehearses pop, rock and Motown tunes and performs at a variety of events and shows. No prior singing experience is needed and your first taster is free.

Tue 1 Nov

Music Room

£25 a month, free taster / 020 7431 0144

Tue 8 Nov

Music Room

£25 a month, free taster / 020 7431 0144

Tue 15 Nov

Music Room

£25 a month, free taster / 020 7431 0144

…and 18 more dates until 6 Jun 2017

Shamim Sarif In Conversation With Helen O'Hara

Shamim Sarif is an author, screenwriter and director known for her female-led casts in films like the semi-autobiographical lesbian / Indian / Muslim / Arab / Christian love story 'I Just Can't Think Straight'. We'll ask about the challenges she faced and overcame, and her latest film, 'Despite The Falling Snow.'

Sun 13 Nov

£10 / 020 7431 0144

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health: Let's Talk

"Suicide is complex. It usually occurs gradually, progressing from suicidal thoughts, to planning, to attempting suicide and finally dying by suicide" (International Association for Suicide Prevention) Join us in conversation with Jonny Benjamin (a suicide survivor), Neil Laybourn (the guy who talked him off the ledge…

Sat 12 Nov

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