There’s plenty going on at the Primrose Hill Community Centre this autumn. Whatever you’re into, culture, climate or Chaka Khan, they have it covered.
An Evening with Piaf
7 October 7-10pm
An Evening With Piaf is a one-woman tribute from Susan Black to the legendary Edith Piaf which highlights how well her timeless songs translate across genres and generations.
Susan will take you on a journey through some of Piaf’s greatest songs beginning with La Vie En Rose and ending with Je Ne Regrette Rien. Susan intersperses the songs with a narrative backdrop of this most unforgettable and celebrated chanteuse.
Climate Change: Optimism through Action
18 October 7pm
Lucinda Smith is studying for a master’s degree in Climate Change and her talk will be based on questions she has been asked by friends since starting her course. It will include science, policy and some actions we can take.
Lucinda is a Chartered Civil Engineer and has worked on construction projects ranging from large bridges to basic water supply. She spent several years working with individuals, companies and universities training and mentoring engineers. She has also studied business, worked as a freelance consultant, been a full-time parent and volunteered. She loves dancing. Her desire to study Climate Change is built on a lifelong interest in environmental issues, addressing inequality and solving problems.”
Free, but register to guarantee a place. Donations are welcome.
Primrose Hill Conservation Area Advisory Committee Open Day
Saturday 5 November
The Primrose Hill Conservation Area Advisory Committee (PHCAAC) will be celebrating its fiftieth anniversary with an open day at the Community Centre on Saturday 5 November from 10 am to 4 pm. The theme for the day will be ‘Energy Saving in Primrose Hill – Protecting our Future, Preserving our Past’.
You can reserve a free place on the PHCA website: www.phca.cc/phcaac
Friday 28 October, 6:30 pm at the Primrose Hill Community Bar
Want to show off that lovingly curated collection of vinyl you’ve been working on for years? Or own a song you’ve always wanted to share with others. Well now’s your chance to B.Y.O.V. (Bring Your Own Vinyl).
Our DJ will provide the record player and a selection of vinyl records, but this night is really about YOU playing what YOU want to hear.
Don’t have any records to play? Feel free to come along, have a drink and listen to great music curated by our awesome community.
The Village Disco
Saturday 19 November 7 pm
The Village Disco is back! Come and dance to the best tunes from 1960 to 90s (and maybe a little beyond).
There will be cocktails, pizza, a raffle and ‘happy hour’ priced drinks (beer £2.50, wine £4, soft drinks £1).
The last disco sold out, so get your tickets now