Events in and around Camden

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Special Events in over the next 14 days

Tue 26th JunBoring Talks B
Boring Talks is an evening celebrating the mundane, the ordinary, the obvious and the overlooked; subjects often considered trivial, but that when examined more closely reveal themselves to be deeply fascinating.
Tue 26th JunBoring Talks B
Boring Talks is an evening celebrating the mundane, the ordinary, the obvious and the overlooked; subjects often considered trivial, but that when examined more closely reveal themselves to be deeply fascinating.
Thu 28th JunThe Institutionalisation of German Modernism and the Ensuing Backlash in the 1920s and 1930s F B
This talk examines the rise and fall of German modernism in the 1920s and 1930s.
Sat 30th JunOpen weekend at The Holme
Occasional open weekend at a private garden inside Regents Park. (Cost: 5)
Sun 1st JulOpen weekend at The Holme
Occasional open weekend at a private garden inside Regents Park. (Cost: 5)
Mon 2nd Jul500 years of medicine. Today: Are teenagers really irrational? F B
Are teenagers really irrational? Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore of UCL talks about the adolescent brain.
Tue 3rd JulCity Conversations – Segregation and Safety F B
This conversation will discuss what we can do with limited transport space to make more sustainable forms of transport safer.
Wed 4th JulThe Loss and Recovery of so-called Degenerate Art F B
Richard Aronowitz-Mercer will talk about his work in provenance research and his encounters with so-called ‘degenerate art’ over the last twenty years.
Thu 5th JulRoyal College of Physicians: Museum Lates F
Discover truly remarkable – but surprisingly little known – collections, featuring everything from artworks to scarce anatomical preparations and ext (Cost: 0)

 

Routine Events in over the next 14 days

Sun 24th JunRock Choir
Between 24th June and 2nd September, music-lovers can bring a picnic, grab a deckchair and catch weekly performances ranging from classic rock to big bands and jazz, while taking in views across the park’s boating lake and magnificent bedding displays. Visitors can simply turn up and enjoy the free concerts, which will take place from 3pm to 5pm every Sunday afternoon (Cost: )
Mon 25th JunUnder 5s Morning B
Attend one of our special creative, hands-on and sensory sessions to introduce your little ones to the inspiring buildings all around them
Mon 25th JunWindrush Women: Past and Present B
On board the Empire Windrush  were 257 female passengers, 188 of them were travelling alone, from all over the Caribbean
Mon 25th JunTim Winton: The Shepherd's Hut B
'The Shepherd’s Hut is a brilliant reminder that Winton is one of the world’s great living novelists
Mon 25th JunBartlett Research Exchange: Housing B
An event for UCL students and staff showcasing Bartlett research into housing challenges in London, across the UK and around the world
Tue 26th JunJews of Colour: Race and Afro-Jewishness B
Jews of Colour: Race and Afro-Jewishness Speaker: Professor Lewis Gordon  Date: 26 June 2018 Venue: Birkbeck, University of London, Room B33, Torrington Square main entrance, London WC1E 7HX Ti
Tue 26th JunSummer Scholars: Transatlantic Christmas Traditions B
Washington Irving, Charles Dickens and the Creation of the Modern Transatlantic Christmas Most of the traditions, patterns and imagery of our modern Christmas were established during just a few deca
Tue 26th JunQueer Asia Conference 2018 B
The third edition of the ‘Queer’ Asia conference brings together academics, activists, policy makers, donors and artists to talk about contemporary challenges facing LGBTI people in Asia and the d
Tue 26th JunThe Unruly Subject of Urban Neighbourhoods Research Intelligence and Process in Urban Change B
Part of the lecture series between UCL/IIPP and the BL on Rethinking Public Value and Public Purpose
Tue 26th JunThe Unruly Subject of Urban Neighbourhoods Research Intelligence and Process in Urban Change B
Part of the lecture series between UCL/IIPP and the BL on Rethinking Public Value and Public Purpose
Tue 26th JunCELEBRATING THE 26TH OF JUNE: THE BIRTH OF THE SOMALILAND NATION B
DECOLONISATION IN SOMALILAND: ‘PLACING SOMALILAND IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT’  The Somaliland Mission to the UK would like to invite you celebrate the 58th anniversary of Somaliland’s birth as an i
Tue 26th JunGaining a competitive edge through co-innovation B
Brought to you by the team at UK Tech News (UKTN) and EDF Energy, this panel discussion will debate the reality of co-innovation and more importantly how agile, fast-growth startups and scaleups can w
Tue 26th JunGeo-economics of the Asia Pacific; TPP, AIIB and the Trump Shock B
In the contemporary Asia Pacific, great power rivalry has unfolded not only in security and military affairs, but also more prominently through economic interactions in the area of trade and investmen
Wed 27th Jun'The Conscientious Objector's Wife' Book Lauch B
Join us at the Quaker Centre Bookshop in Friends House for the launch of 'The Conscientous Objector's Wife' with editor Kate Macdonald
Wed 27th JunIs Sexuality Compatible with Human Rights? Jean-Claude Milner in Conversation with Slavoj Zizek B
The School of Law is very pleased to announce a second conversation between Jean-Claude Milner and Slavoj Zizek
Wed 27th JunProfessor Derek Hook on Fanon’s Lacan B
 Fanon's Lacan Recent research has concluded that the anti-colonial psychiatrist and revolutionary, Frantz Fanon, was more influenced by the work of Jacques Lacan than had often been previously imag
Wed 27th JunCEL: Enslaving the Algorithm: Avoiding the Transparency Fallacy while moving to meaningful Control B
Organised by the UCL Centre for Ethics and Law Speakers: Professor Lilian Edwards (Professor of E-Governance, Strathclyde Law School) andMichael Veale (PhD Researcher, UCL Dept Science, Technolog
Wed 27th JunHistories of education and learning: contributions to theory and practice in the humanities and social sciences B
A free two day conference on new approaches to the history of education, organised by the International Centre for Historical Research in Education
Wed 27th Jun UCL Campus Tour: the heart of Bloomsbury B
Join NLA for a site visit of University College London’s Bloomsbury campus, for a detailed update on campus development strategies and major new building projects, both in progress and recently co
Thu 28th JunSEEL Educational and Child Psychology Debate B
South East, East & London Consortium (SEEL) ECP Event 1 This seminar is the first in a series run by UCL to address key topics within Educational Psychology
Thu 28th JunSummer Scholars: Race and Storytelling, and American Sheet Music B
‘What Are You?’: The Storytelling of Race Tessa McWatt is a co-winner of the 2018 Eccles British Library Writer’s Award
Thu 28th JunSummer Scholars: Race and Storytelling, and American Sheet Music B
‘What Are You?’: The Storytelling of Race Tessa McWatt is a co-winner of the 2018 Eccles British Library Writer’s Award
Thu 28th JunData Debates: Data and Inequality B
Data is a powerful tool that can be used to better understand key global issues from climate and food production to better health outcomes, which could help reduce global inequality
Thu 28th JunFLS Athena SWAN Anne McLaren Lecture and Reception 2018 B
Professor Dame Carol Robinson, Chair of Doctor Lee’s Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, will be delivering this year's FLS Anne McLaren Lecture
Thu 28th JunMedicine at the Crick B
Gene and Gene-Editing Therapy: A new challenge and opportunity in Clinical Medicine Thursday 28 June 2018, 2
Thu 28th JunLaunch of Asian Waters by Humphrey Hawksley B
The Directors of DUCKWORTH PUBLISHERS & RITA PAYNE MEDIA Have the pleasure of inviting you to the launch of ASIAN WATERS: The Struggle Over the Asia-Pacific and the Strategy of Chinese Expansion
Fri 29th JunNew London Model Talks B
NLA’s giant interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life
Fri 29th JunCOAT B
Picture this: Nigeria
Fri 29th JunCOAT B
Picture this: Nigeria
Fri 29th JunLondon Conference in Critical Thought 2018 B
The 7th annual London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT), hosted by the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster, will offer a space for an interdiscipli

 

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