The ianVisits guide to cheap and free things to do in London on Tuesday 7th January.


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Saving the whales and curing cancer are two of the great challenges of the present day, and mathematics has a part to play in addressing them.
1pm to 2pm
 
Barbican
Stephen Tomkins tells this fascinating story - one that is rarely told as an important piece of English, as well as American, history - that is full of contemporary relevance: religious violence, the threat to national security, freedom of religion and tolerance of dangerous opinions.
7pm to 8:30pm
 
Southwark
The Journey to the Mayflower - A Talk by Dr Stephen Tomkins

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Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

 Marvellous and Mischievous: Literature's Young Rebels
A family-friendly exhibition bringing together young rebels from children’s literature
 Marvellous and Mischievous: Literature's Young Rebels
11am to 5pm
Camden
Ends on Closing soon Sun, 1st March
2020-01-07
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The Art of Innovation explores the relationship between science and art over the past 250 years, and how it has helped to interpret, study and explore the world around us.
10am to 6pm
South Kensington
Ends on Closing soon Fri, 24th January
2020-01-07
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24/7
£14  
An exhibition exploring the non-stop nature of modern lives.
24/7
10am to 6pm
Strand
Ends on Closing soon Sun, 23rd February
2020-01-07
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ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition
This immersive experience charts their music, lyrics, creative process and influence as one of the most iconic pop bands of the modern age.
ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition
All Day
Greenwich
Ends on Closing soon Sat, 23rd May
2020-01-07
2020-01-07
Anselm Kiefer Superstrings, Runes, The Norns, Gordian Knot
This exhibition features a large-scale installation and paintings that draw on the scientific concept known as string theory.
Anselm Kiefer Superstrings, Runes, The Norns, Gordian Knot
10am to 6pm
Southwark
Ends on Closing soon Sun, 26th January
2020-01-07
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“Wake Up Slackers!” The Great Registration Controversy
This exhibition commemorates 100 years of nursing registration in the UK by delving into the heated arguments that characterised the registration debate.
“Wake Up Slackers!” The Great Registration Controversy
9am to 7pm
Harley Street
Ends on Closing soon Wed, 18th March
2020-01-07
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An exhibition telling the story of the Old Lady through items selected from the vast collections amassed since the Bank was founded in 1694.
10am to 5pm
Harley Street
Ends on Closing soon Wed, 18th March
2020-01-07
2020-01-07
Beautiful Books: Dickens and the Business of Christmas
An exhibition about the man, the Christmas he created, and how he fell out of love with the season he helped to create.
Beautiful Books: Dickens and the Business of Christmas
10am to 5pm
Clerkenwell
Ends on Closing soon Wed, 18th March
2020-01-07
2020-01-07
Beyond Bauhaus - Modernism in Britain 1933 to 1966
On the centenary of the Bauhaus school, one of the most famous and influential design schools in modern history, this exhibition looks afresh at the birth of Modernism in Britain.
Beyond Bauhaus - Modernism in Britain 1933 to 1966
10am to 8pm
Regent Street
Ends on Closing soon Sat, 1st February
2020-01-07
2020-01-07
Buddhism
£14  
Explore the origins, philosophy and contemporary relevance of Buddhism, from its beginnings in India in the 6th century BC to having 1 billion followers worldwide today
Buddhism
9:30am to 8pm
Camden
Ends on Closing soon Tue, 25th February
2020-01-07
2020-01-07

Exhibitions opening soon


Regular Events - Tuesday 7th January 2020

A tour exploring the history of the site before the current building existed.
 12:45pm to :
 
 Strand
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Walking tours of London on Tuesday 7th January 2020

Travel through a thousand years of history, meeting kings, body snatchers, Charles Dickens, an eighteenth century ghost, and William Wallace (and learn how he was in no fit state to shout "Freeeedoooommmm!")
 10:30am to 12:30pm
 
 Barbican
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Called the Street of Shame, there’s more to this road between the City of London and the City of Westminster than its newspaper heritage.
 11am to 12:45pm
 
 City of London
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On this guided tour, led by an expert City of London of Guide, you’ll see several of his finest places of worship. Judge for yourself which is the finest!
 2pm to 4pm
 
 City of London
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