What’s on in Hampstead

17 Sep
Heath Street Baptist Church
Baroque ensemble Irlandiani launch their album Smock Alley recalling the vibrant musical life of 18thC Dublin including cello duos and Irish tunes. 6pm. Tickets
20 Sep
Duke of Hamilton
Hampstead Jazz Club presents the Dean Stockdale quartet celebrating the music of Oscar Peterson. 8pm. Tickets
Until 14 Oct
Hampstead Theatre
Anthropology, by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Anna Ledwich. Tickets
Until 28 Oct
Hampstead Theatre Downstairs
Octopolis, by Marek Horn, directed by Ed Madden. Tickets
21 Sep
Duke of Hamilton
Hampstead Jazz Club: Jo Harrop presents award-winning saxophonist Paul Booth. 8pm. Tickets
24 Sep
Burgh House
The Bloomsbury Players take a journey from Mediæval and Baroque dances through to present-day Scandinavian folk, centred around a Haydn string quartet.’ 12.30pm. Tickets
27 Sep
Burgh House
Burgh House Book Lab: Ajay Chowdhury, winner of the Harvill Secker-Bloody Scotland crime fiction award, discusses his new novel The Detective. 7pm. Tickets
28 Sep
Duke of Hamilton
Hampstead Jazz Club presents the Nick Costley-White Trio who have just recorded a debut EP Nice Work!. 8pm Tickets
5 Oct
Burgh House
Burgh House Book Lab: Laura Freeman, chief art critic of The Times, presents Ways of Life, her biography of 20thC modernist artist Jim Ede, creator of Kettle’s Yard. 7pm. Tickets
10 Oct
Burgh House
Burgh House Book Lab: Ian Sanjay Patel discusses his book We’re Here Because You Were There with Amelia Gentleman. In the wedded stories of migration and the end of empire, Ian Sanjay Patel uncovers a forgotten history of post-war Britain.’ 7pm. Tickets
Until 17 Dec
Burgh House
Lancelot Ribeiro: Finding Joy in a Landscape: A journey through the changing landscapes of the Hampstead-based expressionist poet and painter, from his roots in pre-Independence 1930s India to life in mid-20th century Britain.’

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