Thursday 28th February

Matthew Morgan our anchor lecturer, who has recently moved from
the National Gallery to work for the Royal Collection, addresses the
subject of “Peter Paul Rubens – diplomat and painter of genius”.

Thursday 28th March

Sian Alexander, Executive Director, will speak about “The Lyric
Hammersmith – the theatre’s place in Hammersmith past, present
and future” and hopes to bring one or two of the theatre’s rising young
stars with her.


Our April lecture, the last of 2019, will be announced in the New
Year and will inevitably have a Brexit flavour, but who knows what
bitter-sweet flavour that might be?
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Lectures are from 8pm until 9pm at St Saviour’s Church, Cobbold Road, W12 9LN
Refreshments will be available from 7.40pm
Donations welcome
All our eminent speakers are local people supporting our local
charity, and giving their time for free.
Please come, enjoy their expertise, and support The Upper Room.
Space is limited, so to reserve a seat please email :

The Upper Room works with socially disadvantaged people to improve their lives, and give them a second chance. Our aim is to help people overcome the barriers they face, in order to find work and become economically independent.

UR4Meals provides meals and essential survival services for the homeless and vulnerable.

UR4Jobs offers a multilingual specialist employment support service.
UR4Driving is an award-winning programme which helps ex-offenders avoid re-offending and to improve their employment chances by teaching them to drive.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact:
The Upper Room on 0208 740 5688 or by email:
Please support the work

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