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  • Monday 4 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Trevor Dance

    These profoundly esoteric lectures examine the laws inherent in reincarnation and karma and explore in detail the incarnations of specific historical figures. The opportunity to study this lecture series in a group affords us a chance to really get to grips with these fundamental issues, which demonstrate the realities of the workings of karma in human life.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Tuesday 5 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Brendan McQuillan

    These nine lectures published in English as The East in the Light of the West were given in Munich in 1909 and are subtitled The Children of Lucifer and the Brothers of Christ. The English title could also have been The South in the Light of the North since the lectures contrast the two streams of spiritual culture and initiation that emerged from Atlantis: a Northern stream to the macrocosmic ‘upper’ gods through the outer gate of the physical senses, and a Southern stream to the microcosmic ‘lower’ gods through the inner gate of the soul life. Steiner points out that both paths lead to the same spiritual goal and are mediated and drawn together by the Impulse of Christ.

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Wednesday 6 July
    2pm - 4pm

    with Trevor Dance

    Rudolf Steiner regarded this book as the underpinning of every aspect of anthroposophy. It is a practical guide - if we want to become free we have to strive through our inner activity, our unconscious urges and habits of thought. Freedom is not lack of restraint, but the attainment of a world view that sees through all illusions, recognizes no limits to knowledge and opens the portal of the reality of the spiritual world.

    All welcome - no prior knowledge assumed.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Wednesday 6 July
    4.15pm - 5.45pm

    with Margitta Ogundare and Dagmar Steffelbauer

    It was formerly published as Man as Symphony of the Creative Word. Rudolf Steiner begins by speaking about our inner relationship to three ancient and sacred representatives of the animal kingdom - eagle, lion, bull- and to the forces of the cosmos that form them. He goes on to deepen these themes by approaching the plant and animal worlds in the context of planetary and cosmic evolution. Then he introduces the elemental nature spirits who work with plants and animals. He also is describing the cooperation they offer to humankind.

    Finally, the human being – the ‘harmony of the Creative Word’ - is placed at the heart of this spiritual celebration of life. You are warmly invited to join the study group.

    Further information: d.steffelbauer@gmail.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Thursday 7 July
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with Iaia Chiesa

    As one of the recognised tasks of Anthroposophy, we will be reading to the so-called dead, to establish and/or reestablish a connection with the dear ones who have crossed the threshold.

    Please contact Iaia Chiesa via email to join the group: iaiac53@yahoo.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    *Postponed: will resume in September

  • Thursday 7 July
    7.30pm

    INTERNATIONAL CONCERT SERIES

    Following on from her immensely successful London recital appearance earlier this season distinguished international pianist Angela Brownridge makes a welcome return appearance at Steiner Hall with a programme featuring music by Schubert, Debussy and Chopin.

    The New York Times described her as ‘one of the world’s finest pianists’. The Guardian remarked ‘true genius. Her performances were passionate, rhapsodic and totally compelling. She is a marvellously exciting artist with a strong sense of musical structure’. French music critic Adrian Quanier noted her as ‘a pianist of the highest echelon’.

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    Tickets for this event are only bookable online in advance of the performance via Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/336858582087

    Door ticket sales are not available for this event.

    TICKETS: Full price: £30.00 Concessions: £20.00

    Concessions are available to: Under 21s | Those in full time education | Senior citizens | Income support claimants | Disabled people (ID required at the door for concessions)

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    Programme:

    Sonata in A minor D537 SCHUBERT

    Images (Book 1) DEBUSSY

    Fantasy in F minor Op.49 CHOPIN

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    The promoters reserve the right to substitute artists and programmes without prior notice. Tickets are non refundable. Latecomers will only be admitted if there is a suitable break in the performance.

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    FAQs:

    Is there disabled access in the venue? Yes, there are two wheelchair spaces in the auditorium. Please get in touch with the promoter in advance if you wish to book one of these spaces. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor with facilities for disabled people.

    Is there a dress code for this event? There is no specific dress code for this event.

    Do I need to wear a face mask on the premises? The wearing of face masks is voluntary since the lifting of all Covid restrictions in England on 1st April 2022.

    I have never been to a solo piano recital before and I am not certain of the protocol for clapping - what is the general practice in this connection? It is usual to clap at the end of each piece. Where a piece comprises a number of different movements these are numbered on the programme and it is customary to clap at the end of the piece. If in doubt as to when to clap just follow the other audience members and you should soon feel at ease!

    Who should I contact if I have any additional questions? Please contact the concert organiser who will be pleased to answer any questions you may have regarding this event.

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    The promoters reserve the right to substitute artists and programmes without prior notice. Tickets are non refundable. Latecomers will only be admitted if there is a suitable break in the performance.https://www.youtube.com/embed/cwhcjr9NRT4

    ANGELA BROWNRIDGE - Biography

    “One of the world’s finest pianists” New York Times

    At the age of six Angela was hailed as a genius by Max Pirani who adjudicated a Beethoven piano competition which she won in the City Hall Hull. Constantly improving and composing a year later several of her compositions were published. By the age of ten she had performed her first concerto, and the same year won the Lorna Tetley Prize for young pianists and shortly after was asked to broadcast a recital. At twelve she made her debut in London’s Wigmore Hall and throughout her teens appeared as concerto soloist in many parts of the UK, on tour in Germany and in Norway where she broadcast the Grieg Concerto live in Stavanger aged thirteen. She later won a piano scholarship to Edinburgh University and after graduating B.Mus. was awarded a further scholarship for a two year period of study with Guido Agosti in Rome. She continued her studies in London with Maria Curcio, winning the Arts Council International Piano Competition. Since then she has appeared in major venues worldwide, and with many major conductors and orchestras, recording twenty five CDs for EMI, BMG, ASV, Hyperion, United, Classic FM and Cameo Classics. Several of these have been selected as “Critics’ Choice” in the UK and as “Record of the Year” in the Absolute Sound magazine of America. Her recordings include the first collections of works by Gershwin, Samuel Barber and Kenneth Leighton. In 2017 Angela was invited to make three CDs of Beethoven, Chopin and Debussy for Challenge Classics in the Netherlands, which have received rave reviews. International festival engagements include Bath, Buxton, Edinburgh, Warwick, Grizedale, Newport Rhode Island, Bratislava, Brno, Hong Kong and Maastricht.

    Critics have compared her with such legendary pianists as Solomon, Rachmaninov, Cherkassky and Bolet. She began her life in an atmosphere of freedom and individualism almost impossible to find today, and under the guidance of Maria Curcio, herself a pupil of Artur Schnabel for many years, she learned to deal with differing requirements of a varied range of composers which recalls Cortot in his prime. In an age that has become obsessed with mere technique and seeks a degree of perfection offered by over-edited CDs Angela’s playing restores spontaneity, character and beauty of sound to the platform. Although regarded as “a major star in classical music” Angela’s musical world includes works with a jazz element. She has recorded an album with some of the jazz greats such as Ike Isaacs guitar, Jeff Kline bass and Phil Seaman drums, and has appeared live with Jools Holland. She is much in demand as a lecture recitalist, in masterclasses and as a mentor for Talent Unlimited which supports students from the Royal College and Academy in London.

    Some comments by the audience following a recent Cadogan Hall recital:

    “I felt honoured to hear such wonderful playing …sheer joy”.

    “An evening of piano perfection. Her performance was world class, thrilling and a privilege to listen to”.

    “The concert was the best I have heard. It ended with two encores - lovely improvisations”.

    “Great concert in a beautiful venue. Angela Brownridge is a top class pianist and we enjoyed a varied programme. We also enjoyed stunning encores highlighting the artist’s versatility”.

    “This was just sublime. Angela Brownridge is a top class artist and then some. A programme of Chopin and Debussy was played with beautiful precision, surpassing technique, making the music her own - brio and elan. She then improvised two encores of pieces by Gershwin and Nat King Cole. Amazing!"

  • Friday 8 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Andrew Welburn

    Rudolf Steiner’s almost overwhelming challenge to us in the great Foundation meditation can leave us feeling inadequate even to start. But in reality, it has many surprisingly friendly features and there are manifold ways we can grapple with it. It also can help us feel that we are not alone as we face the future but have around us a world of spiritual beings and resources. So let’s try!

    Dr. Andrew Welburn has been an academic in the fields of English Literature and biblical interpretation and history. A life-long anthroposophist, he has written several books on Steiner’s philosophy, esotericism and Christianity, and on the prophet Zarathustra.

    Voluntary donations towards costs and overheads are gratefully received and can be made by transfer to a Nationwide account held for this purpose.

    Account name: Adrian Hotten, sort code: 07-01-16 account number: 31466776 or via Paypal to suejoanpeat@gmail.com

  • Monday 11 July
    7pm - 8pm

    with Dr. Sue Peat

    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.

    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82\632129836?pwd=SDZ3d0kxWk0wNU1uU
    zN5OStBZmN6QT09

    Meeting ID: 826 3212 9836
    Passcode: 755359

  • Tuesday 12 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Brendan McQuillan

    These nine lectures published in English as The East in the Light of the West were given in Munich in 1909 and are subtitled The Children of Lucifer and the Brothers of Christ. The English title could also have been The South in the Light of the North since the lectures contrast the two streams of spiritual culture and initiation that emerged from Atlantis: a Northern stream to the macrocosmic ‘upper’ gods through the outer gate of the physical senses, and a Southern stream to the microcosmic ‘lower’ gods through the inner gate of the soul life. Steiner points out that both paths lead to the same spiritual goal and are mediated and drawn together by the Impulse of Christ.

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Wednesday 13 July
    2pm - 4pm

    with William Bishop

    At the end of 1917, after four years of war in Europe, Rudolf Steiner spoke out in these 14 lectures on the spiritual impulses behind the Great War, behind humanity’s attempts to build theoretically perfect social orders, and behind many divisions and disruptions that would continue to occur on the earth. So reads the blurb on this book of lectures that we will read and discuss together.

    For further information: william.bishop@blueyonder.co.uk

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Friday 15 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Peter Van Breda

    Is hope just a wild fantasy that in reality can never be fulfilled? Should we take care with what we hope for, or perhaps never allow ourselves to hope for anything? The Foundation Stone invites us to open ourselves to a deep power of hope that is relevant and present and can be consciously cultivated in our spiritual lives.

    Peter Van Breda lives in London and is a priest of The Christian Community, a movement for religious renewal.

    Voluntary donations towards costs and overheads are gratefully received and can be made by transfer to a Nationwide account held for this purpose. Account name: Adrian Hotten, sort code: 07-01-16 account number: 31466776 or via Paypal to suejoanpeat@gmail.com

    Zoom link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82632129836?pwd=SDZ3d0kxWk0wNU1uUzN5OStBZmN6QT09
    Meeting ID: 826 3212 9836, Passcode: 755359
    Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kw5KhlMVS

  • Monday 18 July
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Trevor Dance

    These profoundly esoteric lectures examine the laws inherent in reincarnation and karma and explore in detail the incarnations of specific historical figures. The opportunity to study this lecture series in a group affords us a chance to really get to grips with these fundamental issues, which demonstrate the realities of the workings of karma in human life.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Wednesday 20 July
    4.15pm - 5.45pm

    with Margitta Ogundare and Dagmar Steffelbauer

    It was formerly published as Man as Symphony of the Creative Word. Rudolf Steiner begins by speaking about our inner relationship to three ancient and sacred representatives of the animal kingdom - eagle, lion, bull- and to the forces of the cosmos that form them. He goes on to deepen these themes by approaching the plant and animal worlds in the context of planetary and cosmic evolution. Then he introduces the elemental nature spirits who work with plants and animals. He also is describing the cooperation they offer to humankind.

    Finally, the human being – the ‘harmony of the Creative Word’ - is placed at the heart of this spiritual celebration of life. You are warmly invited to join the study group.

    Further information: d.steffelbauer@gmail.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Thursday 21 July
    7.30pm - 9.30pm

    with Barnaby Tobias

    Rudolf Steiner Bookshop offers An Evening of Poetry. Join us for the sharing of poems, monologues, stories, parts of plays, and all things creative. A casual event where we celebrate the spirit of creativity. All are welcome and encouraged to share something of their own work or another’s they admire. We will have some discussion around the inspiration for certain pieces, with a main emphasis on the practical sharing of work.

    Cash donations are welcome.

    rsh-bookshop@anth.org.uk

  • Wednesday 27 July
    2pm - 4pm

    with William Bishop

    At the end of 1917, after four years of war in Europe, Rudolf Steiner spoke out in these 14 lectures on the spiritual impulses behind the Great War, behind humanity’s attempts to build theoretically perfect social orders, and behind many divisions and disruptions that would continue to occur on the earth. So reads the blurb on this book of lectures that we will read and discuss together.

    For further information: william.bishop@blueyonder.co.uk

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Wednesday 3 August 9am - Sunday 7 August 5pm

    Awakening Our Connection across the Threshold

    At Emerson College, Forest Row, East Sussex

    Many of us have experienced loss and bereavement of loved ones at first hand. We may also fondly remember individuals who were active in our anthroposophical circles and have crossed the Threshold. Where are they now? How can we reach them? How can we support them and, no less importantly, how can we enable them to support us in these challenging times, when so many of our anthroposophical institutions have closed down or are facing huge challenges?
    What part do the spiritual Hierarchies play in this? How can we learn to recognise them in our meditative life? How can we learn to work with them in ways that are truly fruitful not just for ourselves but for humanity as a whole? In fact, how do we know what is truthful and what is perhaps delusional? In addition, how can we connect with the elemental beings around us and work with them consciously? These are questions we may carry, but often they remain personal and private.

    Nevertheless, working with and caring for beings on the other side of the threshold is as important for our world as the practical love and support we offer to our fellow human beings around us. During this year’s conference for members and friends of the AS in GB, we want to explore these themes in an atmosphere of warmth and trusting care for one another and the beings that surround us in the spiritual worlds.

    We shall have three key speakers to guide us through these themes - Bodo Von Plato from Germany, Interfaith minister Annie Blampied-Radojcin and Tom Ravetz, Lenker of The Christian Community in Great Britain. They will offer their insights and facilitate ways for us to ponder and share in smaller groups. There will be creative and artistic workshops to choose from, which will seek to bring aspects of the spiritual world to us from their different approaches - through Eurythmy with Diana Fischer, the Spoken Word with Adrian Locher, Painting with Mary Anne Paterson, Creative Writing with Paul Matthews, Connecting with the world of Elemental Beings with Michael Fuller and Biographical review and storytelling with Annette Gordon.

    Later in the afternoons there will be Panel Talks, where a number of people will share their research and experiences on topics such as Reading to the Dead, Near Death Experiences and Life before Birth, which will then be followed by contributions from the floor.

    Regarding the evening events, Bodo Von Plato will speak on the opening evening.

    On Thursday August 4th, at 7.30pm there will be a Eurythmy performance, followed by eurythmy, speech and collaborative audience involvement. There will be a Celebration of the Dead on Friday evening, with music and contributions from conference participants. On the last evening we hope to have a Ceilidh. Although the conference is open to full time participants only, local members and friends are very welcome to attend the evening Eurythmy event on Thursday, August 4th, and join the Ceilidh on Saturday August 6th.

    To register, please book online at: https://emerson.org.uk/event/anthroposophical-summer-school-awakening-our-connection-across-the-threshold/

    In these annual summer conferences we address relevant themes in the light of Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophy and seek to deepen our understanding and practice of the path of inner development. After a a two-year gap, when we were unable to meet, we have chosen a theme we feel addresses a real need of this present time.

  • Thursday 4 August
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with Iaia Chiesa

    As one of the recognised tasks of Anthroposophy, we will be reading to the so-called dead, to establish and/or reestablish a connection with the dear ones who have crossed the threshold.

    Please contact Iaia Chiesa via email to join the group: iaiac53@yahoo.com

    Members and friends are warmly invited to groups at any time even for one-off visits. Previous participation is not necessary and there is no need to book. Small donations towards expenses welcome: £3/£2

    All the Rudolf Steiner lectures and writings that we are studying are available from the library at Rudolf Steiner House and, in addition, many may be accessed online at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. For updated news on these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    *Postponed: will resume in September

  • Saturday 3 September
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Saturday 10 September
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Saturday 17 September
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Sunday 18 September
    1pm - 6pm

    House Tours

    Join us at Rudolf Steiner House, the only example of expressionist architecture in London, as part of the Open House London season.

    Free admission

    For more information: www.openhouselondon.org.uk/

  • Saturday 24 September
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Thursday 29 September 7.30pm - Saturday 5 November 9pm

    By Peter Oswald with Alexander J Gifford after Friedrich Schiler

    1605 Orthodox Russia stands alone, defiant against the Roman Catholic and Protestant West. The Kremlin has suppressed all opposition and keeps a ruthless grip on power with the support of the church and an appeal to nationalist sentiment.

    In Poland, a formidable young opponent appears: Dmitry. At his back a Polish army fuelled by fear of the Russian threat marches on Moscow.

    BUT IS HE WHO HE THINKS HE IS?

    An explosive new version of the great German writer, Schiller’s last, unfinished play - resurrected in the unique, pulsating dramatic verse of Peter Oswald to be premiered in a production directed by Tim Supple.

    A brilliant poetic drama that cuts to the psychological, political, and spiritual heart of the epochal Russian story on London’s newest stage.

    For more information visit: https://www.marylebonetheatre.com/productions/dmitry

    Tickets: https://marylebonetheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173626120/events/428495135

    Cast

    To be announced

    Creatives

    Director
    Tim Supple

    Designer
    Robert Innes Hopkins

    Lighting Designer
    Jackie Shemesh

    Casting Director
    Helena Palmer

  • Saturday 1 October
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Saturday 8 October
    11am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge
    of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most
    amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s
    Garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black
    and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi,
    parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch;
    eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and
    sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice
    and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is
    available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336