Primrose Hill Lectures 2017 Review

Deborah Moggach treated the audience at the Primrose Hill Lectures in St Mary’s Church to a lively account of her adventures working behind the scenes in the film trade. As well as being a best-selling novelist, Deborah also writes screenplays. A few years ago Steven Spielberg asked Deborah to meet him in Hollywood to discuss adapting her novel Tulip Fever for the screen. Before she … Continue reading Primrose Hill Lectures 2017 Review

Primrose Hill Community Dogs helps Chalk Farm Foodbank

The dog-loving community of Primrose Hill has paired up with the Chalk Farm Foodbank to raise funds and support their Christmas lunch. Helen Sweeney, the founder of Primrose Hill Community Dogs, said “Tapping into the talented and compassionate neighbourly spirit of Primrose Hill, our aim is to raise awareness, and secure kind donations and funds to provide a better experience over the festive season for over … Continue reading Primrose Hill Community Dogs helps Chalk Farm Foodbank

The Hemming & Marr Show

In October, Primrose Hill artists Adrian Hemming and Andrew Marr held a joint exhibition at Art Bermondsey Project Space. Included in the catalogue was an account of their artistic friendship which is reproduced here. Marr . . . on Hemming Painting is, necessarily, a solitary occupation. Everything that matters most about it takes place silently, in the brain of the painter. In the studio, when … Continue reading The Hemming & Marr Show