Dulwich & District

Future Events

In addition to the Interest Groups we organise a monthly meeting as an opportunity for members to meet each other, swop experiences and new ideas for groups, ask questions and listen to a visiting speaker. For these we hire a large local venue.We are currently trying out a variety of venues in the area and are keeping in mind ease of access.
These meetings are from 2:00pm till 4:00pm unless otherwise stated
non-members are welcome to attend these meetings.
Suggestions for a theme or speaker at our monthly meeting are welcome -please contact the secretary on contact page

NOTE- All the events in the meetings section below are Dulwich & District events. All other events are Regional or National

Dates for your Diary
Wed Feb 21st Maxwell Knights, Britain's Greatest Spy Master
Henry Hemmings will talk about his biography of M15's greatest spymasters.
Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, London SE24 9HU
Fri Mar 23rd History and conservation of the Sydenham Woods
Daniel Greenwood
Thu Apr 19th The Famine Next Door
Benny Dembitzer, Nobel Prize winner and International Economist will talk about problems and solutions facing the world today.
Study Days
Tue Feb 13th Blue Skies and Fruit Flies: Patterns in Biology
1.30-4.00pm at the new Francis Crick Institute (biomedical sciences) near St Pancras.
How insights from the humble fruit fly could affect the future of human health - waiting list see national website
Tue Feb 20th Stars in Their Eyes: Apotheosis, Illustration, Commemoration, from the Ancients to the 21st Century
Romantic Illustration Network with the House of Illustration.
The workshop will consider how and why writers and artists from Ovid to David Bowie have been immortalised as constellations
for details click STARS
Tue Mar 13th Spanish Treasures: Spanish Paintings at the National Gallery
£25 - For more details and booking click SPANISH_NG
Mon Mar 19th U3A Explores science at the Royal institution.
Three talks from leading Scientists in the field
For more details and booking click RI_SCI
Mon Mar 26th British Library study day
details soon
Social Events
Mon Jan 22nd New Members Tea
A chance for new members to meet with some of the committee and Group Conveners
At Rosebery Lodge 2 - 4pm For details of how to get to the Lodge click ROSEBERY
Tue Mar 20th New Members Tea
A chance for new members to meet with some of the committee and Group Conveners
At Rosebery Lodge 2 - 4pm For details of how to get to the Lodge click ROSEBERY
Summer Schools
Tue Apr 3rd
→Thu Apr 5th
A wide range of Lectures/ talks.The Conference runs from 3 - 5 April and costs £45.00 for the three days which includes lunch on the Wednesday and Thursday.
Note: The 'U3A in London 'was the first to be set up in London and is centred around Belsize Park. It is now one of over 40 U3As in London but keeps its original name.
For booking and full programme click EASTERBOOK EASTERPROG
Tue Jul 31st
→Thu Aug 2nd
London Region non - residential Summer School
Wide range of talks, some focussing on Women's Sufferage, and six Guided walks.
£36 per day including lunch and refreshments. Full details soon
Lifelong Learming, how we learn as adults,enquiry lead learning,research opportunities with U3A, examples of good practice.
Location :Canada Water Library
for full details click ACTIVELEARN