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DHUK 2023 04 Living Daylight

We will be meeting in-person in St Lukes for our April 2023 weekend.

If you are already a member of the group, please register on the Ridhwan portal at

Provisional Schedule

April 14           Doors open 6.15pm

6:30pm – 9:00pm: Teaching (all)

April 15            Doors open 9am

9:30am – 12:30pm: Teaching (all)
12:30pm – 1:55pm: Lunch
1:55pm – 4:45pm: Teaching (all)
5:15pm – 7:30pm: Small groups

April 16            Doors open 9am

9:30am – 12:30pm: Teaching (all)
12:30pm – 1:55pm: Lunch and mini sessions
1:55pm – 4:45pm: Teaching (all)

5:15pm – 7:30 pm Small groups

Group 1 on Saturday evening
Group 2 on Sunday evening
Group 3 on Sunday evening
Group 4 on Saturday evening

Mini Sessions: Our teachers Kathryn, Penny & Sue will be offering in-person mini-sessions of 10-15 minutes during the weekend.  They will take place at the venue between 12:45 and 13:45 on the Saturday and Sunday.  These mini-sessions are free.  A sign-up sheet will be put up on the notice board on the Friday evening.  Other details about the arrangements will be on the sign-up sheet.

Small Groups: Group members who have applied to join DHUK will participate in small groups. Group lists will be distributed closer to the time, but are broadly the same as before. If you are unable to make your allocated small group time, please contact Anne Marie on

New Students

If this is your first weekend with DHUK, you’ll be contacted by Penny Kennington to arrange a meeting with a teacher before the weekend to give you some orientation and to answer any questions that you have. New students will not join the small groups, but will have a lunch meeting with Tejo and Lisa on Saturday. New students will also have priority for mini sessions on Sunday.

Venue Information and Transport Links

St Luke’s Community Centre
90 Central Street
South Islington


The venue is situated a ten minute walk and more or less equidistant from Old Street and Angel stops on the Northern Line Bank branch. Barbican and Farringdon stations are also quite close.

Food, drink, local cafes and food stores 

There are some spaces within the building which we have informal access to for lunch. If the weather is fine the venue has some lovely outdoor spaces, including our own private area with benches outside the Garden Room.

There’s a water dispenser on the group floor, so bring your own bottle. There’s no kettle, fridge or kitchen area we can use.

There are two small cafes about 5 minutes’ walk away on Old Street. Further down Old St and on Whitecross Street, there is more choice (about 8 – 10 minutes/0.4 mile walk away). Nearby on City Road is a very small Tesco Extra and on Old Street near the tube station there’s a large M & S Foodstore, Co-op and Aldi (10 minutes’ walk).

COVID and Flu Protocol

We will not have a covid testing protocol this time. Please do not attend if you have any symptoms of something that may be infectious.

Zoom Attendance

We are will offer Zoom participation. If you will be attending on Zoom please inform Linda on, no later than Monday 10 April. Zoom links are emailed with registration.

Please contact Linda on with any questions about any of the above.