The ianVisits guide to cheap and free things to do in London on Friday 19th November.


Top events in London on Fri 19th Nov 2021

Join Dr Anna Maguire as she explores the social and cultural encounters experienced by soldiers of the British Empire during the First World War.
12pm to :
 
Chelsea
Contact Zones of the First World War
Explore the interplay between storytelling and Black history in the latest Era of Reclamation event.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
 
Russell Square
 Storytelling and Black history

Online events / webinars

William Butler shows the very human side of Britain in the aftermath of war, using significant examples of memorialisation, such as the Cenotaph created in Whitehall.
2pm to 3pm
 
Victory and Loss: Britain after the First World War

 

Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

The Art of Banksy
The Art of Banksy holds the world’s largest collection of privately owned Banksy art.
The Art of Banksy
10am to 8pm
Soho
Closing soon Sun, 21st November
2021-05-20
2021-11-21
The Making of Rodin
This major exhibition is the first to focus on the importance of plaster in his work.
The Making of Rodin
10am to 6pm
Southwark
Closing soon Sun, 21st November
2021-07-18
2021-11-21
Elizabeth Blackadder: Favourite Flowers
This exhibition brings together a selection of watercolours, etchings and screenprints from throughout her life in the theme of growth
Elizabeth Blackadder: Favourite Flowers
10am to 5pm
Southwark
Closing soon Sun, 21st November
2021-10-19
2021-11-21
On Reflection: 700 years of Dante Alighieri
This project celebrates the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri.
On Reflection: 700 years of Dante Alighieri
1pm to 6pm
Camden
Closing soon Mon, 22nd November
2021-11-09
2021-11-22
The Artistic Legacy of Joseph Banks
This display of artworks and manuscripts explores the life and interests of Joseph Banks (1743-1820) through some of his extraordinary collections.
The Artistic Legacy of Joseph Banks
10am to 5:50pm
South Kensington
Closing soon Thu, 25th November
2021-05-17
2021-11-25
Northern Line inspired art exhibition
An exhibition of images created by East Finchley Open Artists that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.
Northern Line inspired art exhibition
1pm to 5pm
Highgate
Closing soon Thu, 25th November
2021-11-12
2021-11-25
Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature
Discover where the real world and the Wizarding World intertwine.
Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature
10am to 5:50pm
South Kensington
Closing soon Thu, 25th November
2021-05-17
2021-11-25
Laughing Matters: The State of a Nation
This display reflects on the role of humour in debates around identity, empire and power over the past two hundred years.
Laughing Matters: The State of a Nation
10am to 6pm
South Kensington
Closing soon Thu, 25th November
2021-05-17
2021-11-25
This exhibition will display works from throughout the artist’s career and explore how her admiration for William Hogarth has inspired elements of her work.
12pm to 4pm
Chiswick
Closing soon Fri, 26th November
2021-07-20
2021-11-26
The Thousand Year Kingdom
The Thousand Year Kingdom is the first solo museum exhibition in London of work by artist, writer and curator Cedar Lewisohn.
The Thousand Year Kingdom
10am to 6pm
Chelsea
Closing soon Sun, 28th November
2021-10-29
2021-11-28

Exhibitions opening soon


Regular Events - Friday 19th November 2021

A free lunchtime talk in our new space at Coal Drops Yard and learn about London’s historical and physical development.
 12:30pm to 1pm
 
 Kings Cross
2021-11-19
2021-11-19

New London model talk

The Finnish Church will host a range of Nordic fare in their church over two weekends.
 2pm to 8pm
 
 Rotherhithe
2021-11-19
2021-11-19

Finnish Church's christmas fair

What's on in London

Walking tours of London on Friday 19th November 2021

Are you ready to learn about London’s grim and gruesome past? Then join us on a tour that tells the tale of crime and punishment, executions and excess.
 11am to 12:30pm
 
 City of London
2021-11-19
2021-11-19
Discover more about this much-loved London hospital, whose history dates back nearly 900 years!
 2pm to 3:30pm
 
 Barbican
2021-11-19
2021-11-19