Primrose Hill Lecture Series 2020

We are pleased to announce that tickets for this year’s Primrose Hill Lecture series, which will take place online this autumn, are now available. Please see here for more information, or click below to go directly to Eventbrite where you can purchase tickets for all of the events.

November 5th 2020

    The Second Lockdown

Don’t despair! Another lockdown doesn’t mean you won’t be able to buy books from us.

Just as in the Spring, we will continue to trade and will be at the bookshop during normal working hours:  Mon-Fri 9.30am –, Sat 10.00am -6.00pm and Sun 11am -6.00pm.

Alas, for the moment, we cannot allow you inside to browse, but we can allow you to buy books at the door, collect any books you order, talk to us about titles you need, request recommendations and arrange postage (in the UK or overseas) or local delivery (free!) if required.

If you are unable to visit the shop in person please phone us on 0207 586 2022, email us on or visit the website

We will soon have our Christmas catalogue available and you will be able to pick up a physical copy or have a copy sent or delivered to your home. You’ll also be able to look at and order the selection of titles online.

We currently have signed copies of many recent titles so look out for those – and do join our mailing list (if you are not already on it) for regular updates on new stock and details about author visits.

We already have a wide range of Christmas cards and gift-wrap in stock and these can be viewed in the shop window and on the card spinner just inside the door. We have packs, charity cards and individual designs, single sheets of gift-wrap or 3m rolls.

Best of all – we can gift wrap presents for you and send them out on your behalf. So do start thinking about Christmas shopping soon. Forget all about queuing at the Post Office and let us be your Christmas elves!

Thank you for your continued support during these trying times – take care, and happy reading!


Jessica Graham

Marek Laskowski

The bookshop is situated in a Victorian terrace two minutes walk from Primrose Hill

The best natural vantage point in London for a spectacular view of the whole city – and just to the north of Regent’s Park and London Zoo.