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What's on in London Today

Free   (1pm-2pm)
In a hundred and fifty billion years time, our Milky Way will be the only galaxy left in the observable universe. ( )
2017-03-01

Photo of The Accelerating Universe

From secret marriages, a lurking crocodile and London’s first bus route, to an underground river, a one-legged crossing-sweeper and the world’s first consulting detective, Marylebone has some strange tales to tell. ( )
2017-03-01

Photo of London’s Villages: Marylebone

Free   (6:30pm-8pm)
This event explores and celebrates the journey to women’s ordination – examining the wider implications for women’s current and future roles within the Anglican Church and beyond. ( )
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In this talk, academics and activists will come together around the issues of debt and austerity. ( )
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This lecture will describe the constraints of the physical space in No 10, and how the premiership evolved through four stages over the last 300 years. ( )
2017-03-01

Photo of Westminster Talks: Prime Ministers and Downing Street from 1735 Until Today: A Uniquely British puzzle

Free   (3pm-4pm)
Join Gustav Milne as he discusses his experiences and insights from his work on some of the foremost fire digs. ( )
2017-03-01

Photo of Excavating the Great Fire

 

Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

An exhibition showing how maps changed how we look at the world, from Beck's tube map to spy maps. (Ending Soon Wed, 1st Mar)

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Photo of Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line

Rembrant's Self-Portrait, Wearing a Feathered Bonnet is on display in London for the first time. (Ending Soon Sun, 5th Mar)

2017-03-01

Photo of Am I Rembrandt?

An exhibition of some of Sir John Soane’s Museum’s most beautiful and influential designs for Adam’s projects in London. (Ending Soon Sat, 11th Mar)

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Photo of Robert Adam's London

A major exhibition celebrating the master hairstylist’s remarkable 40 year career, from the late 1970s to the current day. (Ending Soon Sun, 12th Mar)

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Photo of Hair by Sam McKnight

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Isabelle Émilie de Tessier was a London actress, cartoonist and illustrator who worked under the pseudonym 'Marie Duval'. This exhibition at Guildhall Library is the first one dedicated solely to Duval's work as a nineteenth century pioneer of the art of comics. (Ends on Fri, 17th Mar)

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An exhibition of traditional embroidered textiles from the lands of the Indus, Afghanistan, the Near East and Central Asia. (Ends on Sat, 25th Mar)

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Photo of  Embroidered Tales and Woven Dreams

This exhibition explores Impressionism in an Australian context – closely related to yet entirely distinct from its European counterparts. (Ends on Sun, 26th Mar)

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Photo of Australia’s Impressionists

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A display of the best of the political cartoons published in the newspapers during 2016. (Ends on Wed, 29th Mar)

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Photo of

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Photographer Eugenio Grosso takes you on a photographic journey through time from the foundation of London to the present. (Ends on Fri, 31st Mar)

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This exhibition sees Leighton’s most famous and celebrated work, Flaming June, return to the artist's house from Puerto Rico. (Ends on Sun, 2nd Apr)

2017-03-01

Photo of Flaming June: The Making of an Icon

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Walking Tours of London

£5  
Explore the 18th century London of the writer, critic and lexicographer, Dr Samuel Johnson. ( )
£10  
London's waking nightmare of murder... He came silently out of the midnight shadows of August 31, 1888. ( )