Things to do in London in October 2020

The ianVisits guide to October's unusual events, tours, lectures and exhibitions happening around London.


Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Thursday 1st October

Light projections in celebration of new life, nature and optimism will light up Marble Arch from sunset
Starts at 6:30pm
 
Marylebone
Marble Arch projections

Online events / webinars

Join Professor Robert Endres for Science Breaks: How cells perceive their environment - lessons from bacteria
12:30pm to 1:30pm
 
This lecture will focus on human rights and the wrongs of unexpected and/or sudden deaths in which the state is implicated.
6pm to 7pm
 
Does The State Really Care When It Kills You?

More London events on Thursday 1st October

Friday 2nd October

Light projections in celebration of new life, nature and optimism will light up Marble Arch from sunset
Starts at 6:30pm
 
Marylebone
Marble Arch projections

Online events / webinars

Join author and broadcaster Loyd Grossman online as he discusses his new book on the intertwined lives of Bernini and Pope Alexander VII as one of the greatest artistic double acts in history.
7pm to 8pm
 

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Saturday 3rd October

All the fun of the classic big tent circus arrives for a few days in Peckham.
All Day
 
Peckham
Zippo's Circus
London Craft Week themed tour around the history of St Paul's Cathedral
All Day
 
City of London
Costume & Carvings at St Paul’s Cathedral
The garden is 80ft x 23ft on three levels with an ornamental pond, patio area with shrubs and perennials, many in pots.
11am to 5pm
 
Romford
Visit a garden - Pettits Boulevard (Romford)
Light projections in celebration of new life, nature and optimism will light up Marble Arch from sunset
Starts at 6:30pm
 
Marylebone
Marble Arch projections

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Sunday 4th October

All the fun of the classic big tent circus arrives for a few days in Peckham.
All Day
 
Peckham
Zippo's Circus
The annual event where the Thames Barrier is closed for the whole day.
9:05am to 7:05pm
 
Woolwich
Thames Barrier full day closure
A monthly opening of the Victorian museum of industrial testing equipment.
11am to 5pm
 
Southwark
Monthly open day at Gatton Park, the core 250 acres of the estate originally laid out by Capability Brown.
1pm to 5pm
 
Reigate
Gatton Park's monthly open day
A lecture about the high mortality from disease during the Crimean War.
2pm to :
 
Southwark
Light projections in celebration of new life, nature and optimism will light up Marble Arch from sunset
Starts at 6:30pm
 
Marylebone
Marble Arch projections

More London events on Sunday 4th October

Monday 5th October


Online events / webinars

This UK City Dialogue brings together Manchester, London and Birmingham for a discussion about the health of our city centres as we move through the recovery from COVID-19.
3pm to 4:30pm
 
UK city dialogue: city centres
A talk about Darwin's four enormous books on barnacles, used to earn credit in scientific circles
6pm to 7pm
 
Darwin, Breeding and Barnacles

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Tuesday 6th October


Online events / webinars

An evening with Catherine Belton who will be discussing her critically acclaimed book ‘Putin’s Russia’.
6pm to 7:30pm
 
Putin's People: Catherine Belton in Conversation with Craig Kennedy
Explore with us what SpaceX has to offer and what lies ahead - is humanity to finally become a true space-faring species?
6pm to 7pm
 
Spacex - looking into the future
On the 200th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Engels, his biographer Tristram Hunt looks at how both Engels and Karl Marx were deeply affected by their time in London in the second half of the 19th century.
6pm to 7pm
 
Engels and Marx: Revolutionaries in London
Sean B Carroll tells the story of the awesome power of chance and how it is the surprising source of all the beauty and diversity in the living world.
7pm to 8:30pm
 
A series of fortunate events
Joanna Ebenstein will trace the history of death in art, with a special focus on the bubonic plague epidemic
7pm to :
 
Beautiful Death

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Wednesday 7th October


Online events / webinars

This lecture will consider how stargazing with imperfect, non-linear human eyes can accomplish important contributions to elucidating the phenomena of nova detonations in our galaxy.
1pm to 2pm
 
Cosmic Vision: Attentive Eyes
Alec Tritton looks at some of the occupations that employed the working man and the aspiring middle classes in the 19th century.
2pm to 3pm
 
Working Class Employment
This lecture will chart the history of patient data and statistics to monitor healthcare performance and how patients use healthcare services.
5:30pm to 6:30pm
 
Not just damned lies: why you need to embrace statistics
This lecture draws on a ten-year collaboration with a Savile Row tailor to explore ‘bespoke’ as a metaphor for clinical practice.
6pm to 7pm
 
What Medicine Can Learn from Savile Row
Dr Elma Brenner devotes attention to responses to the deadly Sweating Sickness in London, and also considers the rich material culture of death and pestilence.
7pm to :
 
Living with plague and pestilence
Along with consideration of some of the best known buildings of the time, gain insights into some of the lesser known places and architects and some new discoveries.
7pm to :
 
Not all Lutyens: another look at Victorian and Edwardian Surrey
Trevor Barnes gives a talk about one of the Cold War’s most notorious spy cases - the Portland Spy Ring
7:30pm to 8:30pm
 
Trevor Barnes, Dead Doubles

More London events on Wednesday 7th October

Thursday 8th October


Online events / webinars

Join Professor Gareth Collins for Science Breaks: The dinosaur-dooming asteroid and how we stop the next one.
12:30pm to 1:30pm
 
Science Breaks: The dinosaur-dooming asteroid and how we stop the next one
This talk by Pete Smith tells the story of his close and often fraught collaboration with a range of talented artists, and points to the detailed clues in their illustrations that a modern reader might easily miss.
2pm to 3pm
 
Dickens & His Illustrators
Anna Garvey is a tattoo artist with 15 years experience. One of her specialist fields is post-mastectomy tattooing.
6pm to 7pm
 
Embellish and Empower: Post-Mastectomy Tattooing
In this talk, learn about some of the challenges faced by overhead line engineers and how a rebranding exercise could help to repair the reputational damage incurred from some more recent projects.
7pm to 9pm
 

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Friday 9th October


Online events / webinars

Periodicals have been produced by and for Black people in Britain for more than two hundred years. In this talk, S.I. Martin will introduce a handful of the more prominent titles.
2pm to 3pm
 
Making a Mark: The Early Black Press 1817-1948

More London events on Friday 9th October

Saturday 10th October

This boutique art fair will show a curated selection of artists whose work celebrates the joy of plants, flowers and gardens.
10am to 11am
 
Southwark
Super Nature: A new contemporary art fair inspired by plants
The first ever Chelsea Physic Garden Houseplant Market, with market stalls, talks and visits to the Victorian glasshouses.
10:30am to 5:30pm
 
Chelsea
Houseplant Market at the Chelsea Physic Garden
Open day at a wood and nature reserve that's next to the railway at Forest Hill.
1pm to 4pm
 
Forest Hill
Dacres Wood Open Day

Online events / webinars

Adele Emm tells us how gas and electric lighting affected our ancestors’ home lives.
10:30am to 11:30am
 
Turning on the Light
Online talk by the Freud Museum's Deputy Director, Ivan Ward.
3pm to 4:15pm
 
The Psychological Effects of Racism

More London events on Saturday 10th October

Sunday 11th October

This boutique art fair will show a curated selection of artists whose work celebrates the joy of plants, flowers and gardens.
10am to 11am
 
Southwark
Super Nature: A new contemporary art fair inspired by plants
30 tables offering vintage records, next to a salvage fair with 50 dealers.
11am to 5pm
 
Peckham
Record Fair and Salvage Yard
100 years after the Casino and Sunray Estates were built, learn about their story and how they relate to the national picture.
2:30pm to 4pm
 
Dulwich
Homes Fit for Heroes: a history of council housing in Dulwich

More London events on Sunday 11th October

Monday 12th October


Online events / webinars

Peter Nolan shares the story of Jack, a Prisoner of War who became a mental health nurse.
5:30pm to 6:30pm
 
Jack's Story: Reflections of an Ex-POW on becoming a mental nurse (online event)
Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon will investigate how experience in the Soviet Union affected how African Americans understood their identity as Black people.
6pm to 7:30pm
 
Black Skin in the Red Land: African American Experience and Identity in the Soviet Union

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Tuesday 13th October


Online events / webinars

Join Mike Ashworth and Henrietta Billings for this special live event celebrating the architecture of the Jubilee Line Extension stations.
11am to 11:45am
 
A modern architectural sensation: The Jubilee Line Extension stations
This lecture will explore the mathematics of musical symmetries, such as the “translational symmetry” of the transposition of keys, and the “rotational symmetry” of the duet “Der Spiegel”, attributed to Mozart.
1pm to 2pm
 
The Mathematics of Musical Composition
Was Covid-19 the ultimate wake-up call about how we live on planet earth?
6pm to 7pm
 
Connected Humans
David Sumpter shows how a small set of formulas can provide the answers to questions ranging from the trivial to the profound.
7pm to 8:30pm
 
The 10 equations that rule the world

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Wednesday 14th October

Mudlark Lara Maiklem and Archaeologist Mike Webber will uncover these fragments of the past which tell stories of London’s first farmers more than 5000 years ago, Roman invaders, and Medieval saints.
6:30pm to 8pm
 
Southwark
Treasures from the Thames - A Talk by Lara Maiklem and Mike Webber

Online events / webinars

The privileges, expectations and stresses of their upbringing to prepare them for their future roles and destiny.
2pm to 3pm
 
British Royal Children over the Ages
A preview of a VR model of the City of London, with an accuracy down to 2cm.
3pm to 4pm
 
VR Square Mile
This lecture will explore the areas government is widely perceived to be responsible for, ones where government should have no role, and the areas where medical professionals provide a third dimension to a triangle of responsibility.
6pm to 7pm
 
The Role of the State in Public Health, and its Limits
In this talk, Professor Chesnut will explain how an obscure folk saint who is regarded as heretical by the Catholic Church, has so quickly become the deity of these times of plague.
7pm to :
 
Holy death in these times of plague

More London events on Wednesday 14th October

Thursday 15th October

Visit Strawberry Hill at twilight and experience the home of the author of the first Gothic novel.
Starts at 7pm
 
Twickenham
Gothic Twilight Tours

Online events / webinars

Join Professor Cristina Lo Celso as she discusses her efforts in stem cell biology in the bloody battle against leukaemia.
12:30pm to 1:30pm
 
Exploring the City of London’s involvement in the festivities of the Regent's Canal.
2pm to 3pm
 
Regents Canal: Pushing the Boat Out
Professor Vidya Dehejia examines the divine goddesses of Tantra and the visually stunning temple complexes that were built in their honour across India.
3pm to 4pm
 
Vidya Dehejia on the Yoginis: goddesses of Tantra
Dr Gus Casely-Hayford, the new Director of V&A East, tells the story of how that resistance came to inspire the creation of some of the most dynamic artistic practice of the modern age.
6pm to 7pm
 
Silence, and the Dynamising of African Creative Resistance
Discover how type and design connect people to ideas, culture, and each other
6:30pm to 7:30pm
 
How Type Drives Culture
Sudhir Hazareesingh speaks to Isabelle Dupuy about his new biography of the great slave leader, military genius and revolutionary hero Toussaint Louverture.
7pm to 8pm
 
Black Spartacus

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Friday 16th October

Join Barry Renfrew as he shines a light on the experiences of West Indian soldiers who served in the British Army.
12pm to :
 
Chelsea
 Britain's Black Regiments: Fighting for Empire and Equality

Online events / webinars

Hear the story of Oliver Twist and see the real London locations used in one of Charles Dickens' most famous books.
7pm to 8pm
 
Virtual Tour - Oliver Twist In London

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Saturday 17th October

There will be a firework display from a barge on the Thames.
8:30pm to 8:35pm
 
Greenwich

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Sunday 18th October

Japanese landscaped garden originally part of Coombe Wood Nursery, planted by the Veitch family in the 1860s.
2pm to 5pm
 
Norbiton
Visit a garden - The Watergardens (Kingston-upon-Thames)

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Monday 19th October


Online events / webinars

City Guide Jill Finch’s talk looks back at that history and at the street today. From literary lions to waxworks and a pub that crossed the road, Fleet Street still has a tale or two to tell.
2pm to 3pm
 
Fleet Street: Written in Stone
This lecture will examine – and celebrate – the work of lawyers who have crossed the usual lines and worked for political change.
6pm to 7pm
 
The Political Lawyer

More London events on Monday 19th October

Tuesday 20th October


Online events / webinars

Join Librarian Ann Martin to learn about the history of Guildhall Library and to view some of the Library’s treasures.
10:30am to 11am
 
Online Open Day Event: History and Treasures of Guildhall Library
There are a surprising number of closed railway lines and stations in London. Join Stephen to explore some lost and forgotten railways.
3pm to 4pm
 
Passengers No More: lost and forgotten railways of London
This paper will present findings from a ‘bottom up’ LGBT archive study (funded by the Wellcome Trust).
5:15pm to 7pm
 
A Suitable Case for Treatment? Female homosexuality and psychiatry (1950s-1970s)
Join Stephen Fry for an evening of conversation as he explores establishing trust in science and how individuals can make rational and objective decisions with Nobel Prize-winning biologist and President of the Royal Society, Venki Ramakrishnan.
6pm to 7pm
 
 An evening with Stephen Fry and Venki Ramakrishnan
There are also general theories of algorithms, and those ideas are not messy at all; they are very beautiful, powerful and should be required reading for the internet age.
6pm to 7pm
 
An Introduction to Algorithms
7pm to 8:30pm
 
The alchemy of us
A visual tour of Stoke Newington’s past and a time when the New River ran along Church Street and detached mansions were a common sight.
7pm to 8:30pm
 
A Glimpse into Hackney Archives’ photos of Stoke Newington
Historian and architect Benedict O'Looney discusses landmark collaborations between architects, engineers & town planners in the twilight of Beaux Arts London.
7pm to :
 
The New Vauxhall, Southwark and Lambeth Bridges
Join Librarian Ann Martin to look at how the tale has been passed down generations of adults and children through books, ballads and pantomimes in Guildhall Library’s collections.
7pm to 7:30pm
 
Online Open Day Event: Whittington and His Cat

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Wednesday 21st October

A talk by Nick Mayhew-Smith and Guy Hayward, authors of the new publication, Britain's Pilgrim Places.
6:30pm to 8pm
 
Southwark
Britain's Pilgrim Places  - A Talk by Guy Hayward and Nick Mayhew-Smith

Online events / webinars

Discover the rise, the fall and rise again of the remarkable career of John Singer Sargent, the leading portrait painter of his age – the age of elegance.
2pm to 3pm
 
John Singer Sargent – Power of the Portrait
This event, jointly hosted with the British Society for the History of Mathematics, will focus upon the relationship between mathematics and money, from coinage through to cryptocurrencies.
4pm to 7pm
 
Maths and Money: From Gold to Bitcoin
In his talk, Dr Troyer will explore the relationship of the dead body with technology through history, from nineteenth-century embalming machines to the death-prevention technologies of today.
7pm to :
 
Technologies of the human corpse

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Thursday 22nd October

Open afternoon in the garden of the South London Botanical Institute
11am to 4pm
 
Herne Hill
Open Garden afternoon
Visit Strawberry Hill at twilight and experience the home of the author of the first Gothic novel.
Starts at 7pm
 
Twickenham
Gothic Twilight Tours

Online events / webinars

Bruce Daisley joins Alan Lockey of the RSA Future Work programme for a briefing on the great remote working experiment: what we learned, and how to prepare wisely for what comes next.
1pm to 1:30pm
 
Making remote work good work
Architecture and travel writer Christopher Beanland, author of Lido, takes us on a tour around the very best outdoor swimming pools, from London and beyond in this illustrated talk.
6pm to 7pm
 
Lido: A Dip Into Outdoor Swimming Pools
This lecture examines the centuries long presence of the African diaspora as an integral part of Britain’s history since Roman times.
6pm to 7pm
 
The African Diaspora in Britain

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Friday 23rd October

Join Shrabani Basu as she recounts the riveting story of Noor Inayat Khan, who served as a British secret agent during the Second World War.
12pm to :
 
Chelsea
Spy Princess: The Life of Noor Inayat Khan
Jason Fox, veteran of the Special Boat Service, reflects on his military operations and explores how anyone can build the strength and resilience of an elite soldier.
6:30pm to :
 
Chelsea
Life Under Fire

Online events / webinars

In November 1633, a little boy telling tall tales about witches in his local community in Lancashire sparked a witch hunt so shocking that no lesser body than the Privy Council decided to investigate.
2pm to 3pm
 
'A Huge Pack of Witches': A Witch scare in 17th Century Lancashire
Author Marie Le Conte talks Gossip Politics and Power in her latest book.
7pm to 8pm
 
Haven’t You Heard?

More London events on Friday 23rd October

Saturday 24th October


Online events / webinars

The talk essentially takes the form of a guided tour of the house and church.
6pm to :
 

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Sunday 25th October

Open days usually feature the restored engines in operation, a light railway trip, and walks around the Victorian buildings.
10:30am to 4pm
 
Abbey Wood

Online events / webinars

Join Alistair Hall, art director and author of London Street Signs, for an illustrated talk exploring some of the capital’s most beautiful and curious nameplates.
1:30pm to 2:30pm
 
London Street Signs
Pageboy, courtier, civil servant and poet. Chose to write in English rather than Court French. A radical choice, but why?
6pm to 7pm
 
Geoffrey Chaucer - Life & Times

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Monday 26th October


Online events / webinars

A lecture on the Caribbean migrants who came to the UK not to work in the buses and hospitals, but as artists and writers.
6pm to 7pm
 
The Windrush Thinkers and Artists

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Tuesday 27th October


Online events / webinars

An evening with James Rodgers who will be discussing his critically acclaimed book Assignment Moscow: Reporting on Russia from Lenin to Putin.
6pm to 7:30pm
 
Assignment Moscow: A talk by James Rodgers
This illustrated talk will discuss the life and work of the Penzance-born Humphry Davy and his rise from provincial obscurity to metropolitan fame.
6:30pm to :
 
A Georgian Chemist: Humphry Davy
Let Ben Aaronovitch tell you about his new book in the "Rivers of London" series.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
 
Professor Tracey Hill’s illustrated talk will discuss the traces of James and George Peele in the City archives, and reveal the many parallels between their civic pageants and the Elizabethan theatre.
7pm to 8pm
 
James and George Peele -Elizabethan Pageant Poets for the City

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Wednesday 28th October

Join a performer as they guide you on a bone-chilling journey through the past.
Starts at 7pm
 
Eltham
Ghost Tours at Eltham Palace
Audiences will be lead on an evening tour of Chelsea Physic Garden by Sir Derek Dustyreel - 1950's black and white film star.
Starts at 8pm
 
Chelsea
The Haunting of Chelsea Physic Garden

Online events / webinars

The City is unique in having a wondrous cluster of Wren churches within its Square Mile.
11am to 1pm
 
Walk: Wren Watching
A talk about the so-called Great Eruption of Eta Carinae which was for a time in the mid 19th century the third brightest object in the night sky.
1pm to 2pm
 
Cosmic Vision: Witnessing Fireworks
This paper examines how spouses, cultural commentators, and legal practitioners addressed the problem of unwanted sex--even rape--in marriage, from the 1700s to the 1820s.
5:15pm to 7:15pm
 
Whose Body Is It?: Coverture and Consent in Eighteenth-Century English Marriage
This lecture will focus on the nightclub and its associated audiences and cultures, and the ways that clubs and music venues generate particular forms of social infrastructure.
6pm to 8pm
 
Night Clubbing
From the former director of GCHQ, learn the methodology used by the British intelligence agencies to reach judgements, establish the right level of confidence and act decisively.
6pm to :
 
Professor Sir David Omand: How Spies Think
Professor John Mullan will explore the tradition of factuality in the English novel, ending with the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro and examples of recent auto-fiction.
6pm to 7pm
 
Convincing Fiction
Film historian Pamela Hutchinson talks about the life and legacy of 1920s star Louise Brooks
6:30pm to 7:30pm
 
Lulu and Beyond with Pamela Hutchinson
Join Alexandra Epps, Arts Society Lecturer and Art Guide to learn more at this online Lecture.
7pm to 8pm
 
As Good as Gold
Nick Groom’s talk will approach the coronavirus pandemic from a cultural perspective, suggesting how supernatural agents such as vampires can help us to make sense of the crisis.
7pm to :
 
The Vampirology of Covid-19

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Thursday 29th October

A talk about the property speculator and developer, Nicholas Barbon who made his fortune rebuilding after the Great Fire of London.
7pm to :
 
City of London
Wren Talk: Jeremy Melvin discusses Nicholas Barbon, the man who transformed London
Follow a lantern-lit tour amongst the tombs of the East End's famous and infamous dead!
7pm to 8pm
 
Bow
All Hallow's lantern-lit Tours by Cemetery Club
Visit Strawberry Hill at twilight and experience the home of the author of the first Gothic novel.
Starts at 7pm
 
Twickenham
Gothic Twilight Tours
A talk by award-winning journalist and author Peter Ross on his latest publication A Tomb With a View: The Stories and Glories of Graveyards.
7pm to 8:30pm
 
Southwark
A Tomb With a View: The Stories and Glories of Graveyards - Peter Ross Talk
Audiences will be lead on an evening tour of Chelsea Physic Garden by Sir Derek Dustyreel - 1950's black and white film star.
Starts at 8pm
 
Chelsea
The Haunting of Chelsea Physic Garden

Online events / webinars

Join Joe Studman for a virtual history walk around Kentish Town.
2pm to 3pm
 
History of Kentish Town
Join a panel of experts as they discuss the so-called just transition and, as society emerges into the “new normal”, the opportunity we are presented with for a fair green recovery.
6pm to 7pm
 
You and the planet: the new normal
Professor David Edgerton will survey British policy for British aviation after 1945 arguing that many really did believe that the UK’s future lay in leadership in aeronautics.
6pm to :
 
‘No more Concordes’? Aviation, industrial policy and the future of the British Nation, 1945-1980
Evelyn’s preoccupation with apparently contemporary environmental problems, and his suggested solutions, are a remarkable legacy and one to be celebrated in 2020.
6pm to 7pm
 
John Evelyn: Britain’s First Environmentalist

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Friday 30th October

Late-night opening of the museum along with the Derek Jarman exhibition and a floodlit church.
5:30pm to 8pm
 
Southwark
Late opening at the Garden Museum
Why Can’t We All Just Get Along by Iain Dale is part-memoir, part-polemic about the state of public discourse in Britain and the world today
7pm to 8:30pm
 
Southwark
Iain Dale - Why Can't We All Just Get Along
Join a performer as they guide you on a bone-chilling journey through the past.
Starts at 7pm
 
Eltham
Ghost Tours at Eltham Palace
Haunting ghost stories, live music, and food and drinks available from the Painted Hall Café and the Old Brewery.
Starts at 7pm
 
Greenwich
Audiences will be lead on an evening tour of Chelsea Physic Garden by Sir Derek Dustyreel - 1950's black and white film star.
Starts at 8pm
 
Chelsea
The Haunting of Chelsea Physic Garden
Follow a lantern-lit tour amongst the tombs of the East End's famous and infamous dead!
8:30pm to 9:30pm
 
Bow
All Hallow's lantern-lit Tours by Cemetery Club

Online events / webinars

For Black History Month 2020 we explore BAME leaders in nursing, past and present.
5pm to 6pm
 
Nursing Whilst Black

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Saturday 31st October

Haunting ghost stories, live music, and food and drinks available from the Painted Hall Café and the Old Brewery.
Starts at 7pm
 
Greenwich

Online events / webinars

In November 1633, a little boy telling tall tales about witches in his local community in Lancashire sparked a witch hunt so shocking that no lesser body than the Privy Council decided to investigate.
10:30am to 11:30am
 
'A Huge Pack of Witches': A Witch scare in 17th Century Lancashire
Alec Tritton tells us about resurrection men - they supplied fresh corpses in the 19th century to Anatomical Schools.
2pm to 3pm
 
Death and Resurrection: The Resurrection Men
London- City of the Dead. City of Horror. Ghosts and horror in this Halloween Virtual Tour
8pm to 9pm
 
Halloween Horror Story

More London events on Saturday 31st October

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