Events in and around Euston

F Event is free of charge (sometimes a donation is appreciated)
B Pre-Booking required.

 

Special Events in over the next 14 days

Fri 20th AprNotes on The Crimean Memorial Istanbul - Canon Ian Sherwood B
Canon Ian Sherwood talk on the history, living history and constant challenge to preserve the church where he has ministered for 29 years
Fri 20th AprDon’t Move, Improve! Winners present…Pop Up Ute B
Friend and Company Architects present their award-winning Pop Up Ute project — an up-cycled addition to an industrial heritage site
Fri 20th AprSuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque 2018 Tour B
SuicideGirls is bringing back a revamped version of the sexiest show on the planet for 2018! The Blackheart Burlesque is unlike any other burlesque act you’ve seen, filled with pop-culture referenc
Fri 20th AprVictoria's Kitchen with Annie Gray, Ashley Palmer-Watts and Marcus Wareing B
From railways to electric light, the Victorians are famous for changing the face of Britain. But what about in the kitchen?
Fri 20th AprReimagining 60s London F B
This breakfast talk explores the recent work behind two well-known London icons – the Smithson’s Economist Building and Seifert’s Centre Point.
Sat 21st AprFeast of St. George 2018 F
General fete type event in Trafalgar Square (Cost: 0)
Sun 22nd AprThe Hollowayettes – Suffragettes in Holloway Prison B
Join Caitlin Davies for an illustrated talk on the history of the suffragettes at Holloway prison, a tale of both victimization and bravery.
Mon 23rd AprThe Art of the Cookbook B
Anne Willan, founder of La Varenne in Paris and an expert in old cookbooks, joins contemporary food publisher Sarah Lavelle and award-winning cookbook designer Caz Hildebrand to discuss how cookbooks have evolved.
Mon 23rd AprFree Will B
A philosopher, a psychiatrist, and a neuroscientist discuss what recent research into the brain might mean for our understanding of free will.
Tue 24th AprIngredients: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat with Samin Nosrat B
Join Samin Nosrat in conversation with chef Jeremy Lee and Evening Standard restaurant critic Fay Maschler as they explore a different way of thinking about food and its component parts.
Tue 24th AprMinor Political Parties B
A talk about the the failure of the minor parties in UK politics.
Tue 24th AprIn the frame: portraits, power and personality B
Join the Royal College of Physicians for a special event exploring the role of contemporary portraiture and the college's remarkable art collection, with artists Paul Benney and Jessica van der Weert.
Tue 24th AprThe end of AIDS is up to us F B
This lecture will focus on the advances that have been made in HIV over the last few years that haven't entered the general public consciousness.
Wed 25th AprCarlo Rovelli: The Order of Time B
Discover the latest work by theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli, whose Seven Brief Lessons on Physics became one of the fastest-selling science books ever
Wed 25th AprAir Pollution: Its Impact on Health and Possible Solutions B
This lecture will consider the evidence for different forms of air pollution causing diseases, and outline some of the potential solutions.
Wed 25th Apr London's role in the Russian Revolution B
Join the BBC's MARTIN ROSENBAUM and journalist NEIL FAULKNER as they plot the surprising London locations and events where the Russian Bolsheviks in exile planned to bring down the capitalists.
Thu 26th AprChinese Cooking: Past and Present B
Discover two sides of Chinese food and cooking practices in this double-bill.
Fri 27th AprThe Modern Alice in Japan F
An exploration of Japanese adaptations of the Alice books from the beautifully illustrated work of artist Kusama Yahoo to comics, film, animation and clothes. (Cost: 0)
Fri 27th AprGin Late B
Celebrate London’s legendary relationship with Gin, from Hogarthian excess to high society cocktails, with a special Gin Late.
Mon 30th AprMarcus Beck Library Open Day F
There visitors will be able to peruse many of the rare books held within the Marcus Beck and the library rare books stacks. (Cost: 0)
Mon 30th AprMaking a living in Iron Age Britain B
Curator Julia Farley explores what life was like for the farmers and warriors who lived in these islands over 2,000 years ago.
Mon 30th AprWhat Really Happened at the First Moving-Picture Shows B
The reception of moving pictures in 1894–96 has been much mythologised. Were spectators really frightened of an approaching train?
Tue 1st MayHow to Rig an Election B
In this talk, Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klaas show how to rig an election - with the hopes that the lesson will help save democracy.
Tue 1st MaySearching for the Perfect Bike Ride with Jack Thurston B
To celebrate the launch of his new book Lost Lanes West, Jack Thurston will be at Stanfords to give an illustrated talk on planning the perfect bike ride.
Tue 1st MayMay Day Open Day F
Annual open day at the Marx Memorial Library. (Cost: 0)
Tue 1st MayIn Search of the Medieval Outlaw: The Tales of Robin Hood B
Examination of the outlaw in medieval literature tells us much about the mentality of the medieval English mind.
Wed 2nd MayEurope in a Map: people and borders in times of change B
Prominent scholars in law, philosophy and political science reflect on how the age of cross-border flows from within and without Europe pose questions of how to map Europe and its peoples with renewed force.
Wed 2nd MayI'm-Patient... Illustrations: Diabetes and Dementia Exhibition B
Barts Pathology Museum will be hosting an art exhibition of expressions of living with Diabetes and Dementia
Wed 2nd MayKarl Marx - 200 Years On B
This lecture will explore the possible affinity between Marx’s work in human history and Darwin’s in natural history.
Thu 3rd MayRoyal 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)

 

Recurring Events in over the next 14 days

Sat 21st AprHistorical Highlights of Somerset House F
A guided tour around the historic Somerset House including the vaults under the main forecourt. (Cost: Free)
Sun 22nd AprMade in Clerkenwell - The Walk B
Find out more about some of the contemporary creatives and the fascinating history of crafts and manufacturing that shaped this district
Tue 24th AprSomerset House: The Old Palaces Tour F
A tour exploring the history of the site before the current building existed. (Cost: Free)
Tue 24th AprThe Old Palace Tour F
A free guided tour exploring the history of the site before the current building existed. (Cost: 0)
Sat 28th AprHistorical Highlights of Somerset House F
A guided tour around the historic Somerset House including the vaults under the main forecourt. (Cost: Free)
Tue 1st MaySomerset House: The Old Palaces Tour F
A tour exploring the history of the site before the current building existed. (Cost: Free)
Tue 1st MayThe Old Palace Tour F
A free guided tour exploring the history of the site before the current building existed. (Cost: 0)

 

Routine Events in over the next 14 days

Fri 20th AprNew 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 20th AprI, Hamlet: a kunqu opera B
The festival is organised by the British Museum and the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and made possible by the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany
Fri 20th AprApostles of Certainty: Data Journalism and the Politics of Doubt B
Where does data journalism come from? How are genealogies of the role of numbers and data in journalistic work relevant to contemporary visions and practices? Join us for a public talk with C
Sat 21st AprJohn Cage's Music of Changes B
The festival is organised by the British Museum and the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and made possible by the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany
Sat 21st Apr"Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution" Documentary Screening (UK premiere) B
**UK Red Carpet Premiere at Leicester Square** LIBERATED: THE NEW SEXUAL REVOLUTION is a Netflix-owned documentary about coming of age in today’s young adult hookup culture
Sun 22nd AprThe Library of Ideas: Creative Use of the British Library B
The British Library holds a wealth of materials which are increasingly being used as inspiration for artists and creatives alike
Sun 22nd AprBenyounes Quartet B
The Benyounes Quartet, fresh from their 10th anniversary celebration, return to Conway Hall with a programme of classics by Haydn, Beethoven and Bartók
Mon 23rd AprFrom Transitional To Transformative: justice for conflict-related violence against women B
‘Conflict-related violence against women’ is often understood to mean sexual violence, specifically rape used as a weapon of war
Mon 23rd AprDelhi Waters from Mughal to British Rule B
Mughal Delhi was a city of gardens and orchards with a variety of advanced water supply features
Mon 23rd AprArtists' Books Now: Here and Now B
Books made by artists are made to stimulate thought, to inspire, and simply to give pleasure
Mon 23rd AprPhilosophy and Film B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 11:00 – 13:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Mark Fielding Charlie Chaplin, Star Wars, Marilyn Monroe, Dr Strangelove
Mon 23rd AprProblems in Philosophy: a discussion class B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 13:00 – 15:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Jane O’Grady
Mon 23rd AprGerman Idealism Reading Group B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 15:00 – 17:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Meade McCloughan
Mon 23rd AprThe Self in Decline: Philosophy and Loss B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 17:00 – 19:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Mark Fielding To enrol, please e-mail Mark (mark[at]londonschoolofphilosophy
Mon 23rd AprWittgenstein B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 19:00 – 21:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Mark Fielding Ludwig Wittgenstein is one of a very select number of philosophers who transformed the s
Mon 23rd AprHistory of Philosophy 3: From Nietzsche — to Now B
Summer Term 2018, Mondays, 19:00 – 21:00, ten weeks starting 23rd April Course Tutor: Jane O’Grady
Mon 23rd Apr(En-)Gendering Transitional Justice: Silences, Symbols, Spaces and the (Anti-)Politics of Reconciliation B
Pyramid Room, 4th Floor, Strand Campus, King’s College London Dr Olivera Simic (Griffith University Law School, Queensland, Australia), ‘Silenced Victims of Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia’
Mon 23rd AprFME World Tour 2018 London B
The FME World Tour 2018 visits London to allow you to get inspired with new FME ideas, discover best practices, and meet fellow FME users
Mon 23rd AprThe Value of Everything: making and taking in the global economy B
In her new book, The Value of Everything, which she will discuss in this lecture, Mariana Mazzucato, argues that if we are to reform capitalism, we urgently need to rethink where wealth comes from
Tue 24th AprThe Struggle for the Arab World B
Fawaz Gerges tells us how the clash between pan-Arab nationalism and pan-Islamism has shaped the history of the region from the 1920s to the present
Tue 24th AprIn Search of Frankenstein: Artist Talk B
Find out more about the exhibition here
Tue 24th AprA Global Agenda for Labour B
Professor Bardhan's lecture, "A Global Agenda for Labour" will address a vital and urgent political-economic issue
Tue 24th AprDoes the UK Need Its Own Infrastructure Bank? B
This panel discussion will explore whether the UK should establish a new bank to support infrastructure investment
Tue 24th AprReligion and Politics B
Summer Term 2018, Tuesdays, 11:00 – 13:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutors: Anja Steinbauer and John Holroyd
Tue 24th AprKant Reading Group B
Summer Term 2018, Tuesdays, 14:00 – 15:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutor: Anja Steinbauer
Tue 24th AprHellenistic Philosophy B
Summer Term 2018, Tuesdays, 15:00 – 17:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutor: Anja Steinbauer
Tue 24th AprAgamben: Language, Death, History B
Summer Term 2018, Tuesdays, 17:00 – 19:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutor: Georgios Tsagdis
Tue 24th AprMoral Philosophy and Applied Ethics B
Summer Term 2018, Tuesdays, 18:00 – 20:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutor: Shahrar Ali
Tue 24th AprNietzsche, Freud and Heidegger on Violence B
Summer Term 2017, Tuesdays, 19:00 – 21:00, ten weeks starting 24th April Course Tutor: Keith Barrett
Tue 24th AprChannel Leaders Conference 2018 B
Following from a successful inaugural edition in April 2017, where over 100 people from key channel businesses in the industry attended, the Channel Leaders Conference is now in its second year! This

 

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