12th January 2020 3.15 pm HLSI, 11 South Grove, N6 6BS An illustrated talk by Catherine Budgett-Meakin about her round-the-world ‘adventure’ including travel by the Trans-Siberian Railway and Trans-Mongolian Railway. Open to all. Entry £5. Booking advised. Tickets from www.hlsi.net, the HLSI office or on the door. A joint meeting with the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution.
Past news and events
Members of the Highgate community came together on December 13th to sing carols in Pond Square, accompanied by the Highgate School Symphonic Band, followed by mulled wine, sausage rolls and mince pies at the Highgate Society hall. Carols in the Square is an annual event organised by the Highgate Society.
Wednesday 11th December 2019 6.30 pm Pond Square, Highgate Village, N6 The popular annual sing-a-long, accompanied by the Highgate School Symphonic Band and Concert Choir. After the carols sausage rolls, mince pies and mulled wine will be served at 10A South Grove (opposite the square). Everyone welcome. There will be a collection for Little Village Camden. Joanna […]
Time:Meeting 9:30am on the dates shown. Each event will last an hour. Dates: CANCELLED 2nd February (Highgate Hill), FIRST EVENT – 30th March (Archway Road), 27thApril (Highgate Station), 8th June (Highgate Hill), 6th July (ArchwayRoad), 3rd August (Highgate Station), 31st August (Highgate Hill),28th September (Archway Road), 26th October (Highgate Station),23rd November (Highgate Hill), 7th December […]
Wednesday 4th December 20198.00 pm to 10.00 pm10A South Grove N6 6BS Join the members of the Highgate Society French Circle for this festive event. We try to speak French to each other while enjoying a generous offering of cheeses, bread, pâté, fruit and nuts, all washed down with some excellent wine (or juice of […]
Following her hugely popular gin and whisky evenings the Highgate Society Events Committee is delighted that Alice Lascelles will host “A Truly British Tasting” at 10A on Wednesday, November 27 at 7pm. Britain’s mercantile history helped it develop one of the richest, and most colourful drinks markets in the world. But while the Brits were […]