The ianVisits guide to cheap and free things to do in London on Monday 28th September.


Top events in London on Mon 28th Sep 2020


Online events / webinars

In which years does February have five Sundays? How many right-angled triangles with whole-number sides have a side of length 29?
4:30pm to 5:30pm
 
Number Theory: Queen of Mathematics
This illustrated lecture will cover Newton’s life and his mathematical and scientific labours in the context of 17th-century England
6pm to 7pm
 
The World of Isaac Newton
Taking the history of Brixton’s own windmill, we look at the way that mills have traditionally kept us baking bread through difficult times.
7pm to :
 
Pandemic, famine and war – how millers respond in times of crisis
Join Balham Cycling Club’s Paul Darby for a look at the South London cycling scene during this period.
7pm to :
 
South London and the 19th Century cycling boom
A video look at the creation of this garden and its ongoing evolution over the past two decades
7pm to 8pm
 

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Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

Jide Odukoya’s photographic series shows Nigeria abuzz through the lens of traditional Nigerian weddings.
 Turn It Up: On Paradoxes
10am to 5:30pm
Forest Hill
Closing soon Sun, 4th Oct
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This exhibition presents George IV's life through the art that enriched his world.
George IV: Art & Spectacle
11am to 6:30pm
Whitehall
Closing soon Sun, 11th Oct
2020-09-28
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Featuring a collection of architectural designs for dogs by world-class architects and designers, the internationally acclaimed arrives in London.
 Architecture for Dogs
11am to 6pm
Kensington
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
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Bringing together digital collage, print material, sound and sculpture, this exhibition explores the idea of change and its transformative or violent power through dynamic layered compositions.
 Gallery 31: I Should Be Doing Something Else Right Now
12pm to 6pm
Strand
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
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Meet monsters from 252 million years ago in a period called the Permian, when you visit this fascinating, family-friendly exhibition.
 Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaurs
10am to 5:30pm
Forest Hill
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
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A new look at the extraordinary life and work of the pop art superstar
Andy Warhol
10am to 6pm
Southwark
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
2020-09-28
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This exhibition develops the artist's ongoing interest in contemporary labour conditions.
Content Provider
11am to 5pm
South Kensington
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
2020-09-28
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Discover the story of Derek Jarman’s garden at Prospect Cottage, Dungeness, in this exhibition at the Garden Museum.
Derek Jarman: My garden’s boundaries are the horizon
10:30am to 5pm
Southwark
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
2020-09-28
2020-09-28
Created as a 'space to sit and read and be', library of exile is an installation by British artist and writer, Edmund de Waal, housing more than 2,000 books in translation, written by exiled authors.
Edmund de Waal - Library of exile
10am to 5pm
Russell Square
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
2020-09-28
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Faces of a Queen gives visitors a once-in-a-generation chance to see three of the greatest depictions of Elizabeth I together.
Faces of a Queen - the Armada Portraits
10am to 5pm
Greenwich
Closing soon Wed, 4th Nov
2020-09-28
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Exhibitions opening soon


Regular Events - Monday 28th September 2020

Led by expert guides, the tour takes you across the Barbican Centre and surrounding Brutalist estate.
 All Day
 
 Barbican
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Barbican architecture tour

Walking tours of London on Monday 28th September 2020

Boudica’s Rebellion, The Great Fire of London and the Blitz. London has burned several time in its 2,000 years, and on this walk you’ll learn about the cataclysmic events of 1666 and 1940/41.
 11am to 12:30pm
 
 City of London
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