Events in and around South Kensington

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

 

Special Events in over the next 14 days

Fri 25th MayLates – Humans and Nature F
It’s Feeding Time at the Natural History Museum, with an exploration of the food we eat, past present and future, as well as the incredible feeding strategies observed in the animal kingdom. (Cost: 0)
Wed 30th MayScience Museum Lates F
This month's Science Museum Lates will be exploring the history of the domestic sphere, the innovations that changed it and how the space we inhabit in our youth influences our adult lives. (Cost: 0)
Wed 30th MayEnsonglopedia of Science B
Ensonglopedia of Science sees Hinton present a song about science for every letter of the alphabet – expect atoms, big bangs, cells, DNA and plenty more.
Fri 1st Jun"It's Alive!" - The First Two Hundred Years of Frankenstein B
Christopher Frayling takes a look at the history of this character as seen through visual culture.
Sat 2nd JunScience behind the movies with Roberto Trotta B
Astrophysicist Dr Roberto Trotta will talk about the science behind some of your favourite sci-fi movies.
Mon 4th JunScience Book Shambles B
Robin Ince and Josie Long bring a special live version of the popular Book Shambles podcast to the Royal Albert Hall

 

Routine Events in over the next 14 days

Wed 23rd MayLunchtime Lecture: The Material World of the Conversation Piece B
Kate Retford will draw on research from her new book (The Conversation Piece, 2017) to explore the intimate ties between the eighteenth-century British conversation piece, and the material world of th
Wed 23rd MayJean Touitou and A.P.C. B
Founded by Jean Touitou in 1987, A
Thu 24th MaySeminar on Consular, Legal and Immigration matters B
The General Consulate of Chile and the Consulate of Mexico cordially invite you to:Seminar on Consular, Legal and Immigration matters The event will start with a buffet lunch from 12:30 to 13:20 foll
Fri 25th MayAnthony Crickmay: Photographing People and Performance - BSL users only B
Explore the work of internationally acclaimed photographer Anthony Crickmay, including photographs of theatre, fashion, Morocco, and Crickmay’s principal interests, dance and portraiture, where he r
Tue 29th MayDante, Christianity and Islam B
With Alessandro Scafi (The Warburg Institute, University of London) and John Took (UCL) Eleventh encounter of the course designed to explore some of the leading ideas of Dante’s work and their cont
Wed 30th MayPrecision airway sampling to enable personalised medicine for lung diseases B
The lecture is free to attend and open to all, but registration is required in advance  A pre-lecture tea and a post-lecture drinks reception will take place in the City and Guilds concourse
Wed 30th MayRob Ryan: I Made It With My Hands B
To mark the publication of a major retrospective of his work, artist Rob Ryan will be speaking about his journey over the last 30 years
Wed 30th MayWhy the Future of Brain Enhancement & Mental Health is Digital & Pervasive B
Imperial College London presents Alvaro Fernandez Why the Future of Brain Enhancement and Mental Health is Digital and Pervasive DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, REGISTRATION IS NOW LIMITED TO MEMBERS OF IMPERIA
Wed 30th MayThe Athena Lecture 2018 B
Experiments in Chemistry and Life Dame Mary Archer DBE, Chairman, Science Museum Group The lecture is free to attend and open to all, but registration is required in advance  Abstract In this tal
Fri 1st JunEU Exit & The Irish Border – What Does The Irish Government Want? B
Patrick Reilly, Deputy Director, EU Exit Strategy, has recently joined BEIS from the FCO
Fri 1st JunCulture in Crisis: Qsar Es-Saïd Art Museum Project B
Taking on the complex legacy of heritage institutions in the country; through precolonial, postcolonial and subsequently revolutionary times, Moumni explores the work taking place to transforming Qsar
Mon 4th JunArt as Jewellery with Louisa Guinness B
From Salvador Dalí and Pablo Picasso to Anish Kapoor and Grayson Perry, many of the great figures of modern and contemporary art have turned their thoughts and talent to jewellery
Mon 4th JunThe Annual Peter Lindsay Memorial Lecture 2018: Neil Turok B
The lecture is free to attend and open to all, but registration is required in advance  A pre-lecture tea will take place from 16
Tue 5th JunBusiness in Progress B
Event Overview Once again, we find ourselves fast approaching the dreaded three days of vendor booths, product launches, plastic lightsabers and over-subscribed talks that make up InfoSecurity Europe

 

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