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    Charles Lamb Society

    BM ELIALondonWC1N 3XX
    Society which organises lectures and events about the life, works and times of Charles Lamb and his circle. Quarterly bulletin.

    Shaw Society Playreading Group

    12 Savernake RoadLondonNW3 2JP
    Reads plays by Shaw and his contemporaries, and other more modern works. Professional actors and good readers welcome.
    020 7485 8902

    Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution and Highgate Gallery

    11 South GroveLondonN6 6BS
    Courses, lectures, science group, film society, opera circle, theatre group, library with special collections, archives. Art gallery with regular exhibitions, and available for hire. The gallery may be hired on a two-weekly basis. Artists interested in exhibiting should submit slides of their work together with…
    020 8340 3343

    Keats Foundation

    (Includes the former Friends of Keats House)
    Wentworth PlaceKeats GroveLondonNW3 2RR
    Encourages enjoyment and understanding of Keats’s poems, letters, life and times and to inspire new generations of young poets to fulfil their creative ambitions. We support three exciting initiatives based at Keats House – the Keats House Young Poets’ Forum, the Keats House Schools Programme,…
    020 7332 3868 (at London Metropolitan Archives)

    Shaw Society

    1Buckland Court37 Belsize ParkLondonNW3 4EB
    Meets for discussion, guest speakers etc. New members welcome. Journal and calendar.
    020 7435 6497

    Sunday Shakespeare Society

    Round Table26-27 St. Martin's CourtLondonWC2N 4AL
    Monthly playreadings, talks and newsletter.
    020 8500 3768
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