The Upper Room Winter Lecture 2016

...ARE BACK! By popular demand the Winter Lectures start on Wednesday 27th January kicking off with Jonathan Maitland asking the question “Why write a play about Jimmy Savile?”. Jonathan Maitland lives locally. From 1988 he reported for Radio 4’s Today programme and BBC News. Since 1999 he has presented ITV1’s flagship current affairs show ‘Tonight’ and the BAFTA-nominated House of Horrors. His first play, ‘Dead Sheep’, was the most successful production in the Park Theatre’s history. His second play, ‘An Audience with Jimmy Savile’, went to Edinburgh after the Park Theatre. The Daily Mail called it “A striking, memorable, urgent piece of work, a powerful j’accuse”.

Running for Macmillan Cancer Support

Are we mad!? Some of the Finlay Brewer Team are doing TOUGH MUDDER for Macmillan Cancer Support on April 30th 2016, we are raising money locally for Chelsea & Westminsters Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre as this is Charity close to all our hearts. https://www.justgiving.com/Finlay-Brewer-Team 

FESTIVE Opening Times

Normal hours are running this week, we are OPEN on Saturday 19th December 9.30am - 4pm. We are CLOSING all offices for the festive period on Wednesday 23rd December at 5pm - OPENING on Monday 4th January 9am 2016. We cannot THANK YOU all enough for a fantastic year and we hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Bring on 2016...

Dreaming of a White Christmas

Monday 14th December at Starch Green (end of Askew Road) from 3.30pm we are Dreaming Of a White Christmas with Hammersmith Community Gardens Association and Askew Business Network. Come along and enjoy the festive atmosphere with snow globes, mulled drinks, carol singing, Father Christmas and more...

Christmas is here...

We are supporting Shepherds Bush Families Project and Childrens Centre this Christmas time, we will be raising money for the project at Shoots and Leaves Christmas Trees on Brook Green (by Brook Green Hotel) Get your christmas tree from Shoots and Leaves all wrapped up early. They go to great lengths to visit the farms and hand pick every Christmas tree on offer, so they know that you'll be delighted with it. You can collect from them or they'll deliver and install the tree wherever you want.