Krishnamurti Dialogue Groups

If you wish to inform others about Krishnamurti Dialogues you are hosting please contact us. The following are events which are taking place outside of Brockwood and in the south of England. For a list of events taking place in the Krishnamurti Centre please the see the Centre article in this ePost.




London: SOAS Screenings and Dialogues

We are continuing our 2016/17 season of Krishnamurti Screenings and Dialogues at SOAS in the University of London. Thus far we have explored Loneliness and Suffering, Ambition and Mediocrity, Sex and Love, and on Monday 20th February we looked at Belief and Violence. Each has been well attended and has generated engaging and insightful dialogues.

Two events remain in this season :

• Money and Security - Mar 13 at 6:30pm

• Silence and Dying - May 15 at 6:30pm

Capacity is limited to forty people and each has been either full or close to full. If you would like to attend please contact or join our useful meetup group at

The location for these events continues to be Room B104, Brunei Gallery, Thornhaugh St, SOAS University of London, WC1H 0XG. The closest tube station is Russell Square. Attendance is free and

London: Marchmont Street Dialogues

Another evening of Krishnamurti Dialogues takes place in London on the last Sunday of every month. The next meeting is on Sunday March 26th at 3 o'clock. Donations requested to cover costs only. This event is not run by the Krishnamurti Foundation, should you want to know more please contact organiser Michael Lowe at

The Marchmont Street events will continue on the last Sunday of the month throughout the year at the Marchmont Street Community Centre, 62 Marchmont Street, WC1 N1AB, London.

Cambridge: Cambridge Discussion Group

Monthly screenings and discussions are also taking place in Cambridge. The group has recently seen a change in organiser and the events will soon be moving to another location in Cambridge. Dates for the new series of discussions have yet to be announced.

To stay up to date on the Cambridge Group visit