With the lifting of restrictions, we no longer need to ask you to maintain spatial distancing and wear face coverings inside Rudolf Steiner House. We are delighted that this step has been taken and thank you for your cooperation and understanding during the past challenging months. We are also aware that this will put some members and visitors at increased risk and ask you to kindly respect the needs and safety of those who are now more vulnerable than before. 

We are also delighted that there are now no limits on the number of people who can attend events in the Theatre and our various meeting rooms.

Our departments are now open as follows:

  • The Bookshop is open Monday 9am – 4pm, Tuesday to Friday 9am – 7.30pm and Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • The Library is open Tuesday and Thursday 12noon – 2pm and 3pm – 7pm, Saturday 10.30am – 2pm and 3pm – 5.30pm
  • The Café is open Saturdays 10am – 3pm

We sincerely hope that the operating restrictions placed on us have now been permanently lifted. However, kindly follow any public announcements or contact our Office if you are unsure. The Office is open each weekday 9am – 5.30pm and can be contacted by phone: 020 7723 4400 or email: or

We very much look forward to seeing members and friends again and to resuming a full range of activities. All our lives have been influenced and challenged by recent events, raising new questions about human dignity, freedom, inclusivity, responsibility and the wellbeing of all humans, the earth, all living forms, and much else. The insights contained in anthroposophy contribute many profound thoughts to help address these questions. Therefore, at Rudolf Steiner House we hope that new perspectives and initiatives for a healthy, sustainable and meaningful future can be generated by all those who wish to participate in our events and meetings. You are all welcome.

With very best wishes,

Marjatta van Boeschoten,

on behalf of the management at Rudolf Steiner House.

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“Our striving must be built upon trust and love for humanity - although it does not begin there. Rather, it must flow out of the soul’s own forces. And this love for humanity must gradually expand into love for all beings, and indeed for all existence.”

Rudolf Steiner