Things to do in London in March 2021

The ianVisits guide to March'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.

Monday 1st March

Online events / webinars

The London we have lost and the London that never was
7pm to 8pm
Lost London Virtual Tour
Join author and screenwriter Lisa Morton to explore how our fascination with talking to the dead grew and evolved
7:30pm to 9pm
Calling the Spirits: A History of Seances with Lisa Morton, Live on Zoom

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Tuesday 2nd March

Online events / webinars

Join Librarian Ann Martin to learn about the history of Guildhall Library and to view some of the Library’s treasures.
2pm to 2:30pm
History and Treasures of Guildhall Library
Political parties are taken for granted today, but how was the idea of party viewed in the eighteenth century, when core components of modern, representative politics were trialled?
5:15pm to 7pm
The Persistence of Party: Ideas of Harmonious Discord in Eighteenth-Century Britain
A talk about how a single woman of average means gain access to more than 100 works of history, politics, and biography, in English and French in the 19th century.
5:30pm to 7:30pm
This lecture explores the issue of prosperity, innovation, and natural capital for iconic locations around the world and asks what will it mean for the future.
6pm to 7pm
Putting Wellbeing and Prosperity First
This talk will tell the untold story of the men who shaped Britain’s gardens.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Hidden Horticulturists
Rosemary Hill, the award-winning biographer of Pugin, discusses a little-known aspect of his work.
7pm to 10pm
A.W.N. Pugin and the Country House
Duncan Bowie, of the Dulwich Society, will cover the lives and politics of some of the 30 radicals and socialists who have either been politically active in Dulwich or have lived in the area over the last 200 years
8pm to 9pm
On the Street where you Live: two hundred years of Dulwich radicalism with Duncan Bowie

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Wednesday 3rd March

Online events / webinars

This lecture considers just how energetic cosmic rays are, the origins of their extreme energies and the implications for Earth.
1pm to 2pm
Cosmic Vision: Fast & Furious
Discover how and why the Elizabeth Tower, the Great Clock and the Great Bell, Big Ben, were built and learn about the enormous task of restoring the tower to its former glory.
6pm to 7pm
Elizabeth Tower: from construction to conservation
Audrey Hepburn's relationship with Givenchy has been declared 'fashion's greatest movie moment'. Find out why.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy
Juliet discusses Frostquake and how, when the thaw came, it became clear that ten weeks of extraordinary weather had acted as a catalyst between two distinct eras.
7:30pm to 8:30pm
Meet the Author: Juliet Nicolson, Frostquake

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Thursday 4th March

Online events / webinars

Aristotle's philosophical beliefs are analysed in this lecture, as well as the major works of the next generation of practitioners of what became known as 'Peripatetic' philosophy.
1pm to 2pm
Explore Guildhall Library’s rich and varied resources for Merchant Navy history from the Lloyd’s Marine and Newall Dunn Collections.
2pm to 3pm
Adventures at Sea
Join Dr Okasha El Daly as he overturns this long-held misconceptions by uniting Egyptology and Islamic Studies.
5pm to 6pm
Egyptology: The missing millennium
Gatwick’s Surface Transport Planning Manager will talk about the challenges of planning airport surface access for the future.
5pm to 6pm
Making surface access work at the Gatwick Airport of the future
This talk intends to show the important rôle that nitrogen played in the earlier projects aimed at quantifying human food consumption.
5:30pm to 5am
Nitrogen, the staff of life: measuring food intake before the Calorie
This talk explores the legal implications facing the state and what steps can be taken and implemented to save more lives and have safer policing.
6pm to 7pm
Restraining Police Restraint

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Friday 5th March

Online events / webinars

Until now, Winston’s servants have been largely invisible, including the crucial figure of his favourite cook.
2pm to 3pm
Serving Winston: the life of Churchill's Cook with Annie Gray
Celebrate International Absinthe Day with a Virtual Lecture on the Origins & Rituals of Absinthe
6:15pm to 7pm
The Origins & Rituals of Absinthe: A Virtual Lecture & Tasting

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Saturday 6th March

Unfortunately, there seems to be nothing special happening today. Sorry about that!

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Sunday 7th March

A beautiful historic parkland designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown with Edwardian gardens in Reigate, Surrey.
1pm to 5pm
Monthly open day at Gatton Park

Online events / webinars

Join Professor Peter Godfrey-Smith on a fascinating journey to the depths of the ocean to learn how nature became aware of itself.
7:30pm to 9pm
The Octopus & Evolution of Intelligent Life with Peter Godfrey-Smith, Zoom

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Monday 8th March

Online events / webinars

Join Janan Nuri for a guided tour of nursing and women's history for International Women's Day.
2pm to 3pm
Exploring Nursing and Suffragette HERstories: A Virtual Tour
Join Sheldon from CemeteryClub for an immersive online tour through the gravestones of one of the most beautiful and exclusive burial spaces in London
7pm to 8:15pm
The Wonder Women of Hampstead Cemetery

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Tuesday 9th March

An introduction to some of the best places around the UK for seabirds and cetaceans.
7pm to :
London Bird Club: Carl Chapman, Birding and Cetacean Hot Spots in Britain

Online events / webinars

A talk about a new more plausible candidate for the original outlaw.
1pm to 2pm
This seminar will interrogate the system of food renders (sometimes termed ‘feorm’) by which, it is widely accepted, early royal households were supported.
5:30pm to 7pm
In this talk we will see that not only is the history of computers rich and diverse, their architecture likewise. Astonishingly, all the computers ever made can be modelled by one universal machine – the Turing machine.
6pm to 7pm
Computers: A History
This talk will explore how the garden was created and who might have been involved in its design.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Marble Hill – A Garden of Grottos and Groves
Peter Howell, author of a new book on Bentley, explores the work of this great Roman Catholic architect.
7pm to 10pm
John Francis Bentley
Join historian Nick Lloyd, in conversation with Dr Jonathan Boff, as he discusses his new book and highlights some of the misconceptions about the Western Front.
7pm to :
 The Western Front: A History of the First World War

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Wednesday 10th March

Online events / webinars

The lecture considers how the upheavals of the Tudor era led to the emergence of a genuinely new religious consciousness in England.
6pm to 7pm
England’s Protestant Reformation
Learn about the career of Hollywood's greatest comedienne Carole Lombard from film historian Lucy Bolton
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Carole Lombard - Hollywood spirit, screwball queen
Chief Curator Lucy Worsley is joined by Gardens & Estates Manager Graham Dillamore and curator Lee Prosser for a fascinating exploration of royal gardens, past and present.
7pm to :
Royal Gardens online talk

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Thursday 11th March

Online events / webinars

From pandemic recovery and Brexit to climate change, what tools do we need as an industry in order to tackle these obstacles and ensure a brighter future for London?
4pm to 5:30pm
What do we need from the next Mayor of London?
This is an opportunity for audiences to learn more about Camden Highline and the team delivering it.
5:30pm to 6:30pm
Q&A with Camden Highline Design Team
Simon Garfield discusses his new book, exploring one of the world’s most successful and enduring relationships: human and dog.
7pm to 8pm
Dog's Best Friend with Simon Garfield and Lissa Evans
Roman Britain’s Missing Legion: What Really Happened to Legio IX Hispana.
7pm to 8pm
Roman Britain’s Missing Legion: Legio IX Hispana
A talk about Reginald Scot's 1584 rebuttal to the witch crazes sweeping Europe & the British Isles.
8pm to 10pm
The Discoverie of Witchcraft

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Friday 12th March

Online events / webinars

Gareth Glover outlines his contribution to the long-standing debate over which regiments defeated the Imperial Guard during the 'crisis' of Waterloo.
12pm to 1pm
 The Great Waterloo Controversy
Principal Records Specialist Vicky Iglikowski-Broad will reflect on women and protest in modern Britain.
2pm to 3pm
Agents for Change? Women and Protest in The National Archives Collections

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Saturday 13th March

Online events / webinars

Virtual tours of the UK's own particle accelerator, the national synchrotron - Diamond Light Source.
10am to 2pm
Virtual visits to the Diamond Light Source research labs

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Sunday 14th March

Online events / webinars

The Director of Cornwall's Museum of Witchcraft & Magic will discuss the extraordinary history of the institution and look at some pieces
8pm to 10pm
Simon Costin on The Museum of Witchcraft  & Magic

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Monday 15th March

Online events / webinars

A talk about James Gibbs’s Church of St Mary-le-Strand.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
St Mary-le-Strand: A Roman Baroque Church on the Threshold of the City of London?
In an illustrated zoom lecture Marina Warner will uncover the long associations of balm with the pleasures and solace of the East.
7pm to 8:30pm
Marina Warner - Mary Magdalene and her Jar: Fragrant Oils, Luxury and Sin

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Tuesday 16th March

Online events / webinars

This talk will focus on the research of astrophysicists trying to understand this conflict between observations of galaxies and their supermassive black holes and the current best model of the Universe.
1pm to 2pm
Supermassive Black Holes: The Ultimate Galaxy Killers?
Modernist architecture permeates Clerkenwell. Be inspired by architect Berthold Lubetkin's blueprint for alleviating social deprivation .
4:30pm to 5:30pm
Virtual Tour - Modernist Architecture in Clerkenwell
This talk explores the role of law in producing, using and circulating geographical knowledge through an examination of the emergence and application of copyright legislation in eighteenth-century Britain.
5:30pm to 7pm
Copyright, maps and the circulation of geographical knowledge in 18th-century Britain
The talk will also discuss how boards, investors, policymakers, and executives themselves can address these biases to make better decisions – that affect not only companies but also wider society.
6pm to 7pm
The Mistakes CEOs Make
This talk looks at some of Kent’s best work including Rousham, Esher and Stowe and evaluates him in relation to his contemporaries, Charles Bridgeman, Stephen Switzer and Robert Castell.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
William Kent: Garden Designer, Architect, Interior Designer
Monthly(ish) series of talks by museum workers on their jobs and passions.
8pm to :
Museums Showoff

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Wednesday 17th March

Online events / webinars

Join Robert Ayton, Westminster City Council discussing recent planning issues impacting the Westminster Abbey and Parliament Square Conservation Area
11am to 11:40am
Westminster Abbey and Parliament Square Conservation Area
A talk about the huge jewellery discovery in Cheapside, London
6pm to :
The Cheapside Hoard
For several hundred years, Fairburn Tower has been left deserted and near ruin. Hear from Linda Lockett & Tom Addyman how they plan to rescue this building for the Landmark Trust.
6pm to 7pm
Landmark Trust & Fairburn Tower
Recent researches have revealed that the Duke and Duchess were major patrons of architecture, leaving some important, but little known, buildings to posterity.
6pm to 7pm
Royal Restoration: Estates of the Duke of Monmouth
This talk looks at the links between the cemeteries and railways including the Necropolis service to Brookwood.
6:30pm to :
Architectural historian Simon Green discusses the work of a major neglected Scottish architect.
7pm to 10pm
William Leiper’s Distinctive Eclecticism
A talk about the ceramic finials used to decorate social housing in St Pancras.
7:30pm to 9pm
Gilbert Bayes - Art for the People: the Lost Finials of St Pancras Housing

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Thursday 18th March

A notice that the Thames Barrier and the Barking Barrier will have their monthly test closures today.
9:30am to 12pm
Thames and Barking barrier monthly closures

Online events / webinars

A presentation about Europe's oldest continuously functioning Synagogue, in the City of London.
2pm to :
Bevis Marks Synagogue Heritage Project
The Houndsditch Murders: Find out more from the archives of the case and exhibits taken to the trial.
2pm to 3pm
The Houndsditch Murders
This paper will explore the many revolutionary developments which occurred within the drive-in theatre concession stand, but also discuss its lasting influence on movie-theatre refreshments today.
5:30pm to 7pm
Pizza, hot dogs, and snow cones: How the drive-in theatre revolutionised the concession stand
What implications did the economic growth in the Victorian period have for women? In this event, Emma Griffin discusses work and family life in 19th-century Britain, the inequality of opportunity women faced and why the gender pay gap is still an issue today.
6pm to 7pm
Why history? Women, families and money in Victorian Britain
An evening with author and freelance journalist Wendy Moore as she reveals the startling story of the pioneering women who ran Endell Street, a trailblazing military hospital in WWI.
6pm to 7pm
 Endell Street: The Women who ran Britains Trailblazing Military Hospital
Historian Shane McCorristine will reveal how ghosts, dreams, and frozen mummies actually played significant roles in how polar exploration was imagined and carried out.
7pm to :
The Spectral Arctic - Dreams and Ghosts in Polar Exploration
Travelling from medieval London to the present day, learn about a variety of macabre spectacles from the religious to the voyeuristic, and from upholding the law to the decidedly illegal.
7pm to 8pm
Face to face with London's dead: a history of human remains on display

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Friday 19th March

Online events / webinars

Steve Gibson will offer a new understanding of the complex British role in the Cold War and reflect on its ongoing role towards broader intelligence function.
12pm to 1pm
Brixmis: The Last Cold War Mission
Greg Jenner brings this vibrant talk which reveals why celebrity burst into life in the early eighteenth century, as he assembles a vibrant cast of over 125 actors, singers, dancers, sportspeople and more, to search for its historical roots.
2pm to 3pm
Dead Famous: Greg Jenner
To celebrate the paperback release of Dead Famous, Greg Jenner brings this vibrant talk which reveals why celebrity burst into life in the early eighteenth century,
2pm to 3pm
Dead Famous: An Unexpected History of Celebrity with Greg Jenner

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Saturday 20th March

Online events / webinars

Make your own treasure map with Sally Kindberg as you travel back in time to London three hundred years ago, and explore a mysterious house.
2pm to 3pm
Join The Apothecary's Daughter and learn about herbal preparations for self-care and nourishment as we head into Spring
4pm to 5:30pm
Spring Equinox Detox: An Apothecary’s Cabinet for the Vernal Cleanse, Zoom
One of the 20th century's master architects – communications, power stations, homes, halls and churches in central London
6pm to 7pm
Virtual Tour - The Power of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

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Sunday 21st March

Online events / webinars

The colourful life of the prolific author who effectively invented the novel
11am to 12pm
Virtual Tour - The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Daniel Defoe
Remembering some marvellous Art Deco buildings and looking at the structures that have replaced them
6pm to 7pm
Virtual Tour – London's Lamented Art Deco Buildings

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Monday 22nd March

Online events / webinars

Ever since Darwin, biology has been used to support racial prejudice and gender inequality, but – happily – has also been used to challenge both in the 150 years since the Descent.
6pm to 7pm
Darwin‘s Troubled Legacy
In this talk Dr Ashley Morgan will address the questions of the lack of diversity in men's clothing.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Why most men don’t wear skirts with Ashley Morgan
A discussion of Brick Lane's cultural significance for the Bangladeshi community, its history and the challenges which threaten it.
7pm to :
The threat to Brick Lane, heartland of British Bangladeshi culture
Join Dr Pat Morris for a fascinating tour through the history of taxidermy, from its earliest examples to modern incarnations
7:30pm to 9pm
The History of Taxidermy by Dr. Pat Morris, Live on Zoom

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Tuesday 23rd March

Online events / webinars

This lecture celebrates 500 years since the birth of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, an intelligence-gatherer for Elizabeth I across Europe, who also brought his son, Sir Robert Cecil, into the world of secret Elizabethan intelligence.
6pm to 7pm
Spying for Queen and Country
An opportunity to hear from two of the nations’ most admired personalities, followed by an interactive Q & A.
6:30pm to 7:45pm
This illustrated lecture will analyse the social dynamics of London’s most popular and celebrated Pleasure Garden in Vauxhall.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Vauxhall, Sex & Entertainment: The Invention of the Urban Pleasure Garden
Discover the original boundaries of Knightsbridge and the story of how most of it vanished over the years
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Vanished Knightsbridge with Pamela Taylor
Burlington Magazine editor Michael Hall explores Morris's friendship with a leading Gothic revival architect.
7pm to 10pm
William Morris  & G.F. Bodley: a creative relationship with an abrupt end
Burlington Magazine editor Michael Hall explores Morris's friendship with a leading Gothic revival architect.
7pm to 10pm
G.F. Bodley and William Morris
All sorts in all weathers – London's linear kerbside markets
7pm to 8pm
Virtual Tour - London Street Markets

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Wednesday 24th March

Online events / webinars

Virtual tour of Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral.
2pm to 3:15pm
Virtual tour of St Paul's Cathedral
An intense examination of five ghastly murders committed in London in the first half of the 20th century.
2pm to 3pm
Monstrous Murders In The Metropolis
Understanding and addressing financing frictions in Deep Tech entrepreneurship.
5:30pm to 6:30pm
Explore the life of the most famous TV chef of all with Kevin Geddes.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Keep calm and Fanny on: the many careers of Fanny Cradock
Prepare to be transported to a world of opulence and sixteenth century bling...
7pm to :
Tudor Magnificence
A virtual walking tour looking at what's under London - exploring 'lost' rivers and secret tunnels!
7pm to 8pm
Look Down London -  Look Up London Virtual Walking Tour
Alex Christofi discusses his new book, Dostoevsky in Love.
7pm to 8pm
Dostoevsky in Love
Join Amy as she explores the function and meaning of white embroidery in the past and highlights some of the most delicate and interesting pieces in our Collection.
7pm to 8:15pm
Whitework & Lace: A Shining and Affirmative Thing
A journey from Whitechapel to Mayfair looking at some of London's lesser-appreciated architectural masterpieces
9pm to 10pm
Virtual Tour - Impressive Art Deco - East End to West End

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Thursday 25th March

The plague and Great Fire are well known, but what other disasters and seminal reversals did Londoners face?
6:25pm to 7:45pm
Adversity and Ritual in 17th-Century London

Online events / webinars

Professor Shusaku Kanazawa will talk about the peculiarity of Britain in terms of charity through the lens of some Japanese observers in the 19th and 20th centuries.
12pm to 1pm
British and Japanese Charities Historically Compared
This talk will focus on May's beautiful designs and completed embroideries, demonstrating why she should be regarded as one of the most significant artists of the arts and crafts movement.
3pm to :
A Remarkable Woman; The Arts and Crafts Embroidery Designs of May Morris
Dr Erin Spinney reveals the history of Black nurses before Florence Nightingale in the annual History of Nursing Forum Lecture.
6pm to 7:30pm
Black Nurses, Enslaved Labour, and the Royal Navy, 1790-1820
Social Historian Carol Harris will look at the first children to enter the Foundling Hospital, and what their reception meant for them and for their mothers.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Public Attitudes to Care / Past, Present and Future
A lecture by Professor Frances Spalding CBE on the personal friendship and creative collaborations of poet, architectural commentator and broadcaster Sir John Betjeman and artist John Piper.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
A lecture by artist and researcher Ibby Lanfear on the history and significance of the seventeenth century portrait collection at the Charterhouse.
7pm to 8pm
The Restoration of Kings, Copies and Clerics
A presentation by the Chair of the Independent Expert Advisory Panel into the Grenfell Tower fire.
7pm to :
Librarians Andrea Del Corno and Tudor Allen explore the rich historical legacy of the city's lost Italian quarter.
7pm to :
London's Little Italy
From cigars and snuff to Art Deco Egyptian splendour
7pm to 8pm
Virtual Tour - The Carreras Story - Cats, Camden and Cork Tips

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Friday 26th March

In this talk, Dr Erica McAlister looks at the astonishing mechanics of fly anatomy, revealing the engineering embodied in each species of fly.
7pm to 9:30pm
The Inside Out of Flies

Online events / webinars

This Breakfast Talk presents ideas for the future of retail on London’s high streets, learning from the challenges of the past year
8:30am to 9:30am
Pop-up potential: the future of retail on high streets
Join Jennifer Grant in this online talk as she explores the relationship between the Polish and British armed forces during the Second World War.
12pm to 1pm
 Sikorski’s Tourists: The Polish Armed Forces in Britain, 1939-45
Join Angelina Osborne in exploring the hidden voices of women in the archives, women who campaigned to have control over their lives and their families.
2pm to 3pm
Uncovering Hidden Stories: Women in the Archives
Join Royal Observatory Astronomer Patricia as she explores the Star Trek technology that is no longer in the realms of science fiction but is now part of our daily lives.
7pm to :
Science in Science Fiction
A celebration of love and lovely things in London
7pm to 8pm
Virtual Tour - London For Lovers

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Saturday 27th March

Online events / webinars

Ten of London's under-rated and over-looked architectural masterpieces
10am to 11am
Virtual Tour - Alternative Art Deco Delights
A virtual visit to the UK's largest Victorian cemetery
7pm to 8:30pm
A Trip to the London Necropolis - A Virtual Tour of Brookwood Cemetery

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Sunday 28th March

A secluded S-facing cottage style garden, developed over 25 years for yr-round interest.
2pm to 5pm
Woodford Green
Visit a garden - Glengall Road (Woodford)

Online events / webinars

Jazz Age jazz hands – architectural indulgence in interwar Central London
11am to 12pm
Virtual Tour - Art Deco Theatreland
Oscar Wilde's London. His life and works and the people and the places he was associated with.
6pm to 7pm
Virtual Tour - Wilde About Oscar
A special live adaptation of one of the most intriguing Dickens encounters on record.
7pm to :
A Child's Journey With Dickens
Join Viktor Wynd for an illustrated zoom lecture on his new book, hear about fairies, mermaids, ghosts, shrunken heads and his dead friends.
8pm to 9:30pm
Viktor Wynd on The UnNatural History Museum - The Lecture That Never Was

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Monday 29th March

Online events / webinars

Learn about the man who pioneered children's welfare and created the UK's first chidlren's charity.
6pm to 7pm
Thomas Coram Life and Legacy

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Tuesday 30th March

Online events / webinars

In the three hundred years since, the bubble has been much misunderstood – this lecture separates fact from myth and aims to move beyond simplistic ideas of “gambling mania”.
1pm to 2pm
The South Sea Bubble of 1720
A chance to hear from one of Britain's best-loved gardening experts, followed by an interactive Q & A
6:30pm to 7:45pm
Historian DAN CRUICKSHANK outlines the story of the world famous Truman Brewery in Brick Lane
7pm to :
The history of the Truman Brewery
Dr Alec Hamilton, author of Arts & Crafts Churches (Lund Humphries, 2020), considers twenty-two churches that deserve to be better known.
7pm to 9pm
Is it or isn’t it? A field guide to Arts & Crafts Churches
Discover the fascinating story of the King’s Observatory, a hub for scientific research in Richmond for over 200 years.
7pm to :
History of The King’s Observatory

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Wednesday 31st March

Online events / webinars

City Guide Jill Finch’s talk looks at the turbulent years leading up to that meeting at Runnymede and how the City forged its own way into the history of Magna Carta.
2pm to 3pm
Magna Carta & The City
Nick Biddle, Park Manager, will outline plans for Spring and Summer as well as some of the challenges he is facing.
6pm to 7pm
Managing Regent's Park & Primrose Hill
Matthew Rosenberg and Sav Kyriacou from digital-works talk about recording the stories of London and Londoners.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
London: An Oral History
Matthew Rosenberg and Sav Kyriacou from digital-works talk about recording the stories of London and Londoners.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
London: An Oral History!
In this conversation with Sir Sherard, Bettany will discuss her recent book, which charts ancient art, evocative myth, archaeological revelations and philosophical explorations
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Pitzhanger Perspectives… with Bettany Hughes
Join Dr Elizabeth Dearnley on this mysterious tour of London of popular imagination, enveloped in darkness and fog...
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Into the London Fog with Elizabeth Dearnley
A talk about how a formerly grand railway station was reduced down to a modern shed.
7pm to :
Highbury & Islington station - the story of a north London icon
A virtual walking tour uncovering the hidden historic gems of Waterloo & Lambeth
7pm to 8pm
Waterloo & Lambeth -  Look Up London Virtual Walking Tour
Join poet and writer Chris McCabe online as he shares his findings from his forthcoming book, Buried Garden, which documents the lost poets of Abney Park Cemetery.
7pm to 8:15pm
The Lost Poets of Abney Park Cemetery

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