Women in Society


Women in Society  seeks to explore, discuss and learn about the changes and challenges of the role of women within our various cultures and how history will view us – the 20/21st century woman.   We set our informal agenda for each meeting with an agreed subject or in response to a significant current situation. You need to be prepared to take part, be open, and have fun! If you’re interested, phone Cheryl on the number above.




Of all the performing arts, dance is the one that has emerged as the most therapeutic when it comes to staving off mental and physical decline.  Want to exercise and have fun?  Come along to our dance session, meet new people and enjoy a great time!  All members welcome to our very friendly group.

Spanish – Brush Up Your Spanish

Spanish conversation with a Spanish member of U3A. For members with a good basic knowledge of Spanish, however dormant this may be. We shall concentrate on speaking and listening as this is probably the most important area to ‘revive’ but there will be some reading and basic grammar exercises. Consuelo Garcia is the coordinator and also the teacher.

This group has not been meeting since the Covid restrictions were put in place BUT it is hoped that it will resume again in the very near future. However, please contact Consuelo if you are interested in joining and she will take your contact details in order to inform you when it is going to resume.

Play Reading

We choose plays from a list provided by Barnet libraries – comedies, tragedies, new and old – and share the parts.  There’s usually a new play each session, and we try to make sure that everyone has a chance to read!  For this reason, numbers are limited to 12.  No experience is necessary – just a love of acting.



Playing Chamber Music

Playing Chamber Music

This keen and supportive group has been meeting for over seventeen years now. Woodwind players, cellos, viola players and violinists are very welcome to join. It is suitable for those who have learned an instrument but have never played with others, for people learning an additional instrument, or for those who learned many years ago and want to take up their instrument again.

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