Monday 29th March 2021 7.30 pm
An online Zoom event
John Drinkwater (1882-1937), the poet and dramatist, lived at 9 The Grove in Highgate from 1930 to 1934. His granddaughter Dr Susannah Self presents her unique collection of historical photos and family stories to illuminate the life of this much loved ‘Georgian’ poet. With readings by Ruth Hazeldine.
We have launched Not the Tidy up Event instead of our monthly group tidy up sessions. Given the current levels of infection we have decided not to hold these group events until infection levels show a sustained fall. Instead, all of our regular supporters (and anybody who wishes to join us) individually or in their social bubble do litter tidy ups. Click More for full details
Highgate School Museum on Southwood Lane is currently closed, but that does not mean you can’t step inside the history of Highgate School and enjoy the wonderful artefacts, displays and artworks that are part of its blueprint. Their video series, focusses a spotlight on individual pieces. Click More for links to available videos.
The Highgate Society exists to make Highgate and its neighbourhood a better place in which to live and work; to ensure changes enhance the area, to encourage sound planning and to improve public transport.
As a social hub the Society is at the very heart of Highgate, staging or facilitating a wide range of events for the whole community.