London Region of U3As

Events

See the table below for many U3A meetings, study days, workshops/conferences, summer schools, concerts and other events taking place in the London area. Some of these events are organised in London by the Third Age Trust. Events organised in nearby regions or elsewhere may also be included if potentially of interest and accessible to members of London U3As.
Watch the events page on events, U3A national website for other national events.

Summer School: this is our headline event each year and bookings are going well but there are still spaces. Full details are in the table below but you can find some further details here: Summer School 2018 Programme. For a poster to print or forward to your U3A colleagues click here: Summer School 2018 Poster v3
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We hold regular 'Delegates' meetings where two representatives (ie 'Delegates') are invited to attend from each of the London area U3As. For further information on these see the DELEGATES page.
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Dates for your Diary
July 2018
Mon Jul 23rd
→Thu Jul 26th
Summer SchoolNational Summer Schools: Online booking and further information on Summer Schools page on U3A national website: https://summer-schools.u3a.org.uk/
July 23 – 26: Harper Adams University
Tue Jul 31st
→Thu Aug 2nd
Summer SchoolLondon Region of U3As - Non-residential Summer School, 31st July to 2nd August 2018.
St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ (Easy access: 5 minutes from Blackfriars underground station)

There will be a wide range of subjects in 2018 on the themes of Art, Current Affairs, Drama, History, Literature, Music and Science -- A choice of 32 different talks, 2 workshops, and 6 guided walks around the City of London.
In this 100th Anniversary Year of Women’s Suffrage, we are including some talks covering various aspects of women’s literature, history, arts and sciences.
Attendance can be for one, two or three days and the cost is £36 per day.
Refreshments and a cold buffet lunch are included.

1. For a poster to print or forward to your U3A colleagues click here: Summer School 2018 Poster v3.
2. For the programme for the three days, a map showing the location of the venue, and a list of speakers with details of the sessions, click here: Summer School 2018 Programme.
3. For a postal application form click here: Summer School 2018 Postal Application.
4. For an online application click here on Summer School Online Application

Please note: the following sessions are now fully-booked (Update 25/05/18)
TUESDAY, 31st
TALK - Antoni Gaudi
WALK – Feminine Mystique of the City
WALK – Midtown Contemporary-New Architecture

WEDNESDAY, 1st
TALK – Bruegel the Elder
TALK – Canals & Rivers of London
TALK – Human Genetic Disorders
TALK – Climate Change – Why so toxic?
TALK - Face Blindness
WORKSHOP - Why do Languages Change?
WALK – Women in the City

THURSDAY, 2nd
TALK – Painting Time
WORKSHOP – Family Life in Drama
WALK – The Mulberry Walk
WALK – Prelates, Poets, Physicians & People of Note

BUT THERE ARE STILL PLENTY OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE!
August 2018
Mon Aug 6th
→Thu Aug 9th
MeetingU3A National Science Network Annual Meeting: Nottingham University Jubilee Campus. See Science Network website
September 2018
Tue Sep 11th
→Fri Sep 14th
Summer SchoolNational Summer Schools: Online booking and further information on Summer Schools page on U3A national website: https://summer-schools.u3a.org.uk/
September: 11 – 14 Royal Agricultural University
Wed Sep 19thMeetingU3A National Jazz Study Day (in the City of London): Watch Events page, U3A national website https://www.u3a.org.uk/events.
October 2018
Sat Oct 20thStudy DayLondon Region of U3As: Music Day,
DATE CHANGED!! New date 20th October.
VENUE: Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG (adjacent to Kings Cross Station)
TIME: Registration 10.00 / Programme 10.55 – 16.15
COST: £20 per person
The programme will feature both classical and popular music with contributions given by U3A members in this wonderful music and arts venue. Click: LR Music Day Programme.

Gwen Wright, gwen.wright@virgin.net , 020 8864 9019