London's livestock: the meat of the matter

London's livestock: the meat of the matter

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 17th Oct 2019

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Join curator Hazel Forsyth for this talk exploring the complex story of meat and our city.

From the 12th century beginnings of Smithfield market and prize pigs fourteen feet long, we will follow London's history of livestock through the years. Join us as we examine the changing landscape and attitudes that have made up that journey, right up to the present day, when issues of ethics, ecology and appetite are as relevant as they have ever been.

Panellists include:

Andrew Dargue, Chef at Vanilla Black
Hannah Velten, author
Alex Werner, Musuem of London curator

Cost: £12

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2019-10-17 2019-10-17 Europe/London London's livestock: the meat of the matter The third in a series of talks exploring the stories of London's animals - past, present and future Museum of London,150 London Wall, London, London,

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