St. Mary’s on the edge of Primrose Hill park, is renowned for its cultural events throughout the year; they not only provide fun and entertainment with events such as the Annual Barn Dance and wine tasting, but also provoke stimulating debate during the sell-out Lecture Series (past speakers have included Alan Bennett, Alan de Botton, Tony Benn).

The church venue has become a hub for the community, and the events hosted by the Friends of St Mary’s help fund the far-reaching outreach work of St Mary’s Centre with disadvantaged youth in the surrounding area, helping them to avoid the blight of gang life and provide a safe place to relax, and no less important is the cold weather shelter, where volunteers provide clean beds for a night, cook suppers and provide hot showers for the homeless in winter. The charity also helps maintain the church in a condition it justly deserves, so we can all enjoy its history and architecture.

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Primrose Hill Lecture Series 2016

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Tickets are available to book on-line by clicking the Buy Lecture Tickets link below. You will be taken to our Eventbrite events page, where each talk will be listed.
Note: You will have to book each talk separately (If you choose to only attend 2 or 3 of the talks, for example) But you will be able to create an account and save your card payment details on your first transaction. This will so allow easy re-booking for other talks and even other events on Eventbrite.

You can book a Full Series ticket from any of the event pages, this will give you access to all five talks in the series, with you only paying for four. Great Deal!

Early Bird 10% Discount on all Online tickets until 22nd May
Single Lecture: £12/ £10 Concessions. Children under 18 £6
Full Series ticket: £48/£40 Concessions
On-line tickets are subject to a small booking fee



Tickets will also be available from the Parish Office, in church on Sundays and from the Primrose Hill Bookshop from 8th May onwards. For more info you can contact us on office@smvph.org.uk or call 020 77223238