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  • IanVisits - Blog and What's On in London
    12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 15 More Blogs Brixton Blog Cabbie Blog Christopher Fowler City Metric Diamond Geezer Edith s Streets Greenwich Industrial History London Reconnections London Street Views Londonist Reddit Spitalfields Life The Ladies who Bus Wanstead Meteo West Hampstead Life One Off Events Happening Today Free Germs Genes and Genesis The History of Infectious Disease Where do infectious diseases come from Some come from animals but we gave some back Barbican 2016 02 16 Free DP World Gateway London s Newest Deep Sea Container Terminal A talk about the new deep water port recently built in Essex Hammersmith 2016 02 16 Free Heritage talk Southwark s First World War VCs The talk will be looking at his brief life from a personal and local point of view as well as at the fortunes of other Southwark VCs from the First World War 2016 02 16 10 Worlds Elsewhere How Shakespeare went global a talk by Andrew Dickson Join Andrew as he shares his insights into what Shakespeare means across the world and throughout the years Picadilly 2016 02 16 More Dates Tomorrow 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th February March April Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon Free Designing Bodies Models of human anatomy from 1945 to now An exhibition of models used by doctors to study the human body Ending Soon Sat 20th Feb 2016 02 16 Free London s Urban Jungle A display exploring the fascinating work of Charles Jamrach one of Victorian London s leading exotic animals dealers Ending Soon Sun 21st Feb 2016 02 16 Free Streets Ahead The future of London s roads Explore how London s roads and streets have evolved over history

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  • An alternative guide to what's on in London
    West Hampstead Life One Off Events Happening Today Free Germs Genes and Genesis The History of Infectious Disease Where do infectious diseases come from Some come from animals but we gave some back Barbican 2016 02 16 Free DP World Gateway London s Newest Deep Sea Container Terminal A talk about the new deep water port recently built in Essex Hammersmith 2016 02 16 Free Heritage talk Southwark s First World War VCs The talk will be looking at his brief life from a personal and local point of view as well as at the fortunes of other Southwark VCs from the First World War 2016 02 16 10 Worlds Elsewhere How Shakespeare went global a talk by Andrew Dickson Join Andrew as he shares his insights into what Shakespeare means across the world and throughout the years Picadilly 2016 02 16 More Dates Tomorrow 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th February March April Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon Free Designing Bodies Models of human anatomy from 1945 to now An exhibition of models used by doctors to study the human body Ending Soon Sat 20th Feb 2016 02 16 Free London s Urban Jungle A display exploring the fascinating work of Charles Jamrach one of Victorian London s leading exotic animals dealers Ending Soon Sun 21st Feb 2016 02 16 Free Streets Ahead The future of London s roads Explore how London s roads and streets have evolved over history and how they will need to adapt in the future Ending Soon Wed 24th Feb 2016 02 16 Free The Strad 125 Years Great String Players The Strad magazine celebrates its 125th anniversary with a display of historical photos and articles Ending Soon Thu 25th Feb 2016 02 16 Free Tibet s

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  • What's on in London - Tuesday, 16th February 2016
    Events Happening on Tue 16th Feb 2016 Free Germs Genes and Genesis The History of Infectious Disease Where do infectious diseases come from Some come from animals but we gave some back Barbican 2016 02 16 Free DP World Gateway London s Newest Deep Sea Container Terminal A talk about the new deep water port recently built in Essex Hammersmith 2016 02 16 Free Heritage talk Southwark s First World War VCs The talk will be looking at his brief life from a personal and local point of view as well as at the fortunes of other Southwark VCs from the First World War 2016 02 16 10 Worlds Elsewhere How Shakespeare went global a talk by Andrew Dickson Join Andrew as he shares his insights into what Shakespeare means across the world and throughout the years Picadilly 2016 02 16 More Dates Tomorrow 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th February March April Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon Free Designing Bodies Models of human anatomy from 1945 to now An exhibition of models used by doctors to study the human body Ending Soon Sat 20th Feb 2016 02 16 Free London s Urban Jungle A display exploring the fascinating work of Charles Jamrach one of Victorian London s leading exotic animals dealers Ending Soon Sun 21st Feb 2016 02 16 Free Streets Ahead The future of London s roads Explore how London s roads and streets have evolved over history and how they will need to adapt in the future Ending Soon Wed 24th Feb 2016 02 16 Free The Strad 125 Years Great String Players The Strad magazine celebrates its 125th anniversary with a display of historical photos and articles Ending Soon Thu 25th Feb 2016 02 16 7 50 Blood The

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  • What's on in London - Wednesday, 17th February 2016
    Ladies who Bus Wanstead Meteo West Hampstead Life Special Events Happening on Wed 17th Feb 2016 Free Nursing Loud and Proud LGBT History Month and the RCN Peter Tatchell tells the little known story of his hunt for the doctor who experimented on gay concentration camp prisoners Harley Street 2016 02 17 Free From a company archive Tate and Lyle films Birkbeck joined forces with New Media Networks for a research probe into the film collection of the famous sugar company Euston 2016 02 17 Free A Right Royal Buzz exhibition A bee related art event taking place in the rarely opened Duck Island Cottage Whitehall 2016 02 17 Free a Little Daylight Game Suffragettes Through Government Eyes This workshop will allow you to explore a range of documents taken from Home Office and Metropolitan Police files concerning some of the more extreme militant acts committed by suffrage campaigners in the early 20th century Richmond 2016 02 17 1 The Alexandra Palace project Talk by Louise Johnson regeneration and property manager Alexandra Palace Islington 2016 02 17 More Dates Tomorrow 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th February March April Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon Free Designing Bodies Models of human anatomy from 1945 to now An exhibition of models used by doctors to study the human body Ending Soon Sat 20th Feb 2016 02 17 Free London s Urban Jungle A display exploring the fascinating work of Charles Jamrach one of Victorian London s leading exotic animals dealers Ending Soon Sun 21st Feb 2016 02 17 Free Streets Ahead The future of London s roads Explore how London s roads and streets have evolved over history and how they will need to adapt in the future Ending Soon Wed 24th Feb 2016 02

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  • London Events During February 2016
    driving volcanism Euston 2016 02 09 more events on Tuesday 9th Feb Wednesday 10th Feb Free Curing Queers Mental Nurses and their Patients Tommy Dickinson examines the plight of men who were institutionalised in British mental hospitals to receive treatment for homosexuality Harley Street 2016 02 10 5 Reading Agatha Christie s Akenaton Never before performed Agatha Christie s Akenaton depicts an empire in the midst of crisis led by a visionary pharaoh wanting to break with the old ways 2016 02 10 Free Taking the Leap Wireless Charging Buses in UK A talk about the trial of electric buses in Milton Keynes Strand 2016 02 10 Free Are Conspiracy Theories Bad for Democracy Conspiracy theories go hand in hand with political mistrust Are they symptom or cause of current levels of mistrust in democracy and what can be done about it Holborn 2016 02 10 12 Mechanical drawing workshop An opportunity to explore the space and draw some of the fascinating objects in this unusual museum Southwark 2016 02 10 more events on Wednesday 10th Feb Thursday 11th Feb Free City Livery Murray Craig the 37th Clerk of the Chamberlain s Court will talk about the diverse world of the City of London Livery Companies Barbican 2016 02 11 Free Lunch Hour Lectures The illusion of infinity is there a limit to optical fibre bandwidth This lecture will describe the physics of optical fibre transmission the limits to achievable data rates and the techniques that can be used to overcome them 2016 02 11 Free Conservation At The National Archives Bugs And Preventive Conservation Staff from our Collection Care department will talk about how they prevent the nation s history from being damaged by insects and other pests Richmond 2016 02 11 10 Scents Sensuality Fragrance during the Reign of Akhenaten Egyptologist John J Johnston will discuss the perfumed oils and scents of ancient Egypt which played so great a role in elite life 2016 02 11 10 Anti Valentine Fright Night Celebrate the horror in a themed late opening inspired by the Blood exhibition Camden 2016 02 11 Free Genes to beans polyploidy on a plate Join Professor Katherine Willis Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew on a fascinating journey from their genes to our beans St James 2016 02 11 3 The National Railway Museum of Sierra Leone A lecture about the National Railway Museum of Sierra Leone given by Helen Ashby Islington 2016 02 11 3 The National Railway Museum of Sierra Leone This is the story of the railway how the locomotives were hidden from scrap men for 30 years and how they were rediscovered by chance Islington 2016 02 11 more events on Thursday 11th Feb Friday 12th Feb Free The art of transformation design and industry in Tokyo now and then Sarah Teasley explores relationships between state organisations furniture manufacturers materials scientists technical educators and the designers who mediated between these communities in 20th century Japan Russell Square 2016 02 12 Free The Future of the EU in the Face of BREXIT A talk by the former Prime Minister of Italy on the British referendum on the European Union Holborn 2016 02 12 6 Grant Museum After Hours Valentine s at the Grant Birds do it bees do it even educated fleas do it so where better to do it yourself than at the Grant Museum of Zoology 2016 02 12 12 Friday Late Illuminate Late night opening at the Transport Museum with special events on the night Covent Garden 2016 02 12 0 Beyond the Barricade Beyond the Barricade has delighted audiences throughout the UK and mainland Europe for more than a decade 2016 02 12 more events on Friday 12th Feb Saturday 13th Feb 15 Victoriana Science and Séance Discover how science religion fanaticism and the supernatural co existed and what this meant for morality beliefs and culture in Victorian society Kensington 2016 02 13 7 Erotic Cake Decoration A valentines class Looking to do something a little different this Valentines Always wanted to decorate cakes in a deeply erotic manner 2016 02 13 22 29 Stand Up For Darwin A fundraising evening of comedy dedicated to Charles Darwin to celebrate his Birthday Holborn 2016 02 13 4 Talk Spitalfields through the Ages A talk by John Halligan a fascinating journey through the ever changing culture of the area from Roman times to the present day 2016 02 13 more events on Saturday 13th Feb Sunday 14th Feb Free Steam train running through West London A note that the UK s youngest steam train will be heading in out of London today 2016 02 14 more events on Sunday 14th Feb Monday 15th Feb Free Open Day Tour of Goldsmiths Hall Occasional tour of the opulent interior of one of London s city livery halls 2016 02 15 14 Fire And Explosions The Science Of Pyrotechnic Effects Be prepared for some fiery demos and explosive bangs at this family show Hanover Square 2016 02 15 Free Does Science Have All the Answers What are the limits of scientific inquiry and does it leave any questions for non scientists to answer Holborn 2016 02 15 20 Under London a conversation with Simon Norfolk Under London is a display of archaeological object focused photographs taken by the acclaimed photographer Simon Norfolk Barbican 2016 02 15 more events on Monday 15th Feb Tuesday 16th Feb Free Germs Genes and Genesis The History of Infectious Disease Where do infectious diseases come from Some come from animals but we gave some back Barbican 2016 02 16 Free Heritage talk Southwark s First World War VCs The talk will be looking at his brief life from a personal and local point of view as well as at the fortunes of other Southwark VCs from the First World War 2016 02 16 10 Worlds Elsewhere How Shakespeare went global a talk by Andrew Dickson Join Andrew as he shares his insights into what Shakespeare means

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  • London Events During March 2016
    explore in depth how the British Museum works in partnership with 250 UK museums and galleries Russell Square 2016 03 04 Free Spitfire Girls A talk about the young female pilots of Air Transport Auxiliary who flew thousands of perilous missions in service of Britain s war effort Richmond 2016 03 04 Free Shakespeare Son et Lumiere Watch a 3D video projection on the walls of the City s Guildhall accompanied by a new music composition Bishopsgate 2016 03 04 more events on Friday 4th Mar Saturday 5th Mar 9 Hidden London Explore archaeological secrets from beneath some of London s most iconic buildings Islington 2016 03 05 15 Victoriana Scullery maids and Suffragettes An investigation in how women s rights developed and the influence on government policy literature and moral codes of conduct Kensington 2016 03 05 5 Prefabs Walking Tour This moderate walk of just under two hours will take you to see prefab locations past and present derelict and inhabited Brockley 2016 03 05 Free London Sewing Machine Museum Open Day Monthly open day at one of London s more curious and delightful museums devoted to the history of the sewing machine Tooting 2016 03 05 Free Shakespeare Son et Lumiere Watch a 3D video projection on the walls of the City s Guildhall accompanied by a new music composition Bishopsgate 2016 03 05 more events on Saturday 5th Mar Sunday 6th Mar Free Amersham Fair Organ Museum Open Day A collection of Fairground Organs on display and performing for the audience 2016 03 06 more events on Sunday 6th Mar Monday 7th Mar 15 Sicily culture and conquest Curators Dirk Booms and Peter Higgs British Museum introduce the forthcoming special exhibition Sicily culture and conquest Russell Square 2016 03 07 15 Crime Forensics Fact and Fiction How do forensic experts really consult on real life investigations What has changed about forensic investigation in recent years Barbican 2016 03 07 more events on Monday 7th Mar Tuesday 8th Mar 10 Engaging with Shakespeare in the 21st century Panel discussion exploring how we can ensure that Shakespeare remains relevant for a new generation of young people Picadilly 2016 03 08 Free The Right to be an Independent State What gives a territory the right to become an independent country and under what conditions can a state prevent it from doing so Holborn 2016 03 08 5 Reconciling the Demands of Listed Major Stations with a Growing 21st Century Railway A talk by Andy Savage Executive Director Railway Heritage Trust Clerkenwell 2016 03 08 more events on Tuesday 8th Mar Wednesday 9th Mar Free Set Square and Stethoscope The Architecture of London his lecture follows the architectural journey of the medical profession in the capital from a closed shop to a nationalised democratic institution Barbican 2016 03 09 Free Grant Museum After Hours Animal Showoff A fun evening of science jokes stories and laughter Come discover more about the animal kingdom from some of the its biggest fans 2016

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  • London Events During April 2016
    at one of London s more curious and delightful museums devoted to the history of the sewing machine Tooting 2016 04 02 more events on Saturday 2nd Apr Monday 4th Apr Free To coin a phrase talk for the Barking and District Historical Society A light hearted look at the origins of some of the expressions in everyday use presented by Meryl Catty Barking 2016 04 04 more events on Monday 4th Apr Wednesday 6th Apr Free Human Rights Whether in Europe or Out The lecture will present a review of what has happened in the courts since 2015 with an opportunity for debate Holborn 2016 04 06 more events on Wednesday 6th Apr Friday 8th Apr Free Leasungspell an Anglo Saxon fool s tale Live performance of the ancient tale of twisting digressions dreamscapes and stories folded within stories and of language itself Russell Square 2016 04 08 more events on Friday 8th Apr Tuesday 12th Apr 10 Confessions of a Railway Romantic Author Andrew Martin will speak about growing up in York the son of a railwayman he used his Privilege Ticket to go on childhood jaunts to London Covent Garden 2016 04 12 more events on Tuesday 12th Apr Friday 15th Apr 5 Roman fort gate tours Tour the remains of the western gate of London s Roman military fort located beneath the streets next to the museum Barbican 2016 04 15 more events on Friday 15th Apr Saturday 16th Apr Free Open Day at Richmond Fire Station A chance to look around the station and check out the equipment used by Brigade firefighters Richmond 2016 04 16 Free Chadwell Heath History Fair Chadwell Heath 2016 04 16 more events on Saturday 16th Apr Wednesday 20th Apr Free Sir Christopher Wren Buildings Place and Genius The career

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