Concerts & Events | Primrose Hill Summer Lectures

The Primrose Hill Summer Lectures

Each year in June and July we organise a series of talks at St Mary’s to engage people in and beyond the Christian community with issues confronting our society.  The talks are held on Wednesday evenings and are followed by questions.  There is also an opportunity to buy books and meet the speaker after the talk.  We are very proud of our growing success and the quality of our line-ups over the years.  Archive of previous speakers

The talks run from 7.00 – 8.00pm including Q & A.  Bookselling follows.  Doors – and the bar – are open from 6.30PM.


Single lecture: £12/£10 concessions (OAPs, unemployed, students)
Full Series: £50/£40 concessions  (one ticket per lecture)
Children under 16: free (a donation is encouraged)

One complimentary drink is included with each ticket.

Book online for any of the lectures in the series by clicking link below and going to our Eventbrite events page. (Online bookings are subject to a small booking fee)

Eventbrite - Primrose Hill Lectures 2014

You can also buy tickets from:

Parish Office. Contact us or call 0207 722 3238 for information
Primrose Hill Books.134 Regent’s Park Road, Greater London NW1 8XL
Call 020 7586 2022

Tickets are sold on the door subject to availability. 


All proceeds will go to support the outreach activities of the Church, such as the Cold Weather Night Shelter for the homeless and the St Mary’s Community Trust, a youth work project for those at risk of social exclusion, and to maintain the fabric of the church.

2017 Speakers Line-up

DATE CHANGE: Owing to the General Election on June 7th, the Andrew Marr lecture has now been moved to Wednesday 12th July. If you have booked to come on 7th June your tickets will still be valid. If you are no longer able to attend, please contact us and we can issue a refund.
We thank you for your patience with this matter, which you can understand was something we could not have predicted.
Please do get in contact if you have any questions, but if not we look forward to seeing you on the 12th July.