The ianVisits guide to cheap and free things to do in London on Thursday 28th February.


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Top events in London on Thu 28th Feb 2019

Come and explore some maritime stories from our rich and varied resources for Merchant Navy history, with Jeanie Smith, Assistant Librarian.
2pm to 3pm
 
City of London
Workshop: Adventures at Sea
BBC Radio 3’s arts and ideas programme Free Thinking asks 'Is British Culture Getting Weirder?'
2:30pm to 2pm
 
Barbican
Is British Culture Getting Weirder?
In conversation with Miranda France, acclaimed travel writer Monisha Rajesh discusses her wonderfully vivid account of her 45,000 mile journey circumnavigating the globe along the world's most remarkable railways.
6pm to 8pm
 
St James
Around the World in 80 Trains
'Future Cities' teases out the links between speculation and practice, exploring a breathtaking range of imagined cities – submerged, floating, flying, vertical, underground, ruined and salvaged.
6pm to 8pm
 
St James
This talk will show how ideas we usually relegate to the lunatic fringe have had a significant impact on the world we live in, and may indeed inform our political future.
6:30pm to 7:45pm
 
Kensington
The story of ‘the first modern lesbian’ is told by Jill Liddington, Angela Steidele and guests
7pm to 8:30pm
 
Camden
An array speakers will be delving into queer science history, talking all manner of fascinating subjects.
7pm to 10pm
 
Chelsea
Pride in STEM - Out Thinkers
£10.00 Black Tudors
The stories of ten Africans and their paths through Tudor and Stuart England are traced in this new book, in which Dr Miranda Kaufmann uncovers a rich array of detail about their daily lives and how they were treated.
7:30pm to 9pm
 
Richmond
Black Tudors

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Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

A selection of works that demonstrate the impact of digital technology on design have been brought together in this exhibition.
Plug-in-to-the-future: Changing approaches to design
9am to 6pm
Tottenham Court Road
Closing soon Fri, 1st Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
This exhibition features over 40 original paintings from his time with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War.
Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918
10am to 5:30pm
Chelsea
Closing soon Sun, 3rd Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
From flamboyant uniforms to fast horses, this exhibition looks at the shared heritage between the Hungarian and British hussars.
Call in the Cavalry
10am to 5:30pm
Chelsea
Closing soon Sun, 3rd Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
Snoopy comes to London in this exhibition of Charles M. Schulz original Peanuts cartoons.
Good Grief, Charlie Brown!
11am to 8pm
Strand
Closing soon Sun, 3rd Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
This exhibition explores how our built environment contributes to our physical and mental health in both positive and negative ways.
10am to 10pm
Camden
Closing soon Sun, 3rd Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
This exhibition presents fifty original magazine covers from Time Out’s archive and explores the stories behind them.
10am to 6pm
Notting Hill
Closing soon Sun, 3rd Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
This exhibition explores new ways of analysing, reconstructing and contextualising Leonardo’s designs for perpetual motion.
Leonardo da Vinci and Perpetual Motion: Visualising Impossible Machines
10am to 8pm
Euston
Closing soon Tue, 12th Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
Using rarely seen books, artworks and objects, the displays examine the themes of illustrating, opening, mapping, knowing and treating the human body.
Under the skin: illustrating the human body
9am to 5pm
Camden
Closing soon Fri, 15th Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
Whether raising a smile, solving a crime, wreaking magical havoc or even performing in theatre, cats take centre stage in this free exhibition.
Cats on the Page
9:30am to 6pm
Camden
Closing soon Sun, 17th Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28
This multi-screen installation by artist John Akomfrah remembers the millions of African men and women who participated in the First World War
10am to 6pm
Southwark
Closing soon Thu, 21st Mar
2019-02-28
2019-02-28

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