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Evening Events: London History Day 2018 Events

  • Poster showing eyes and nose of a child

    Association for Art History

    Art History in the Pub will expose visual and spacial aspects of hidden London through art and culture.

  • Aerial view of Barbican Centre

    Barbican Centre

    Discover the fascinating history behind the building of the Centre and the surrounding estate.

  • People holding banners

    Bishopsgate Institute

    Join us to explore the history of protest on the streets of London from the 1950s to today, and its documentation by photographers.

  • London African History through representations in the capital. Thursday May 31, 5.30-7.30pm. Marking london Hitory Day 2018 by screening a documentary that depicts London's varied African history representations via monumnets, buildings, parks, streets, etc

    BTWSC/African Histories Revisited

    Get pointed to some of London's African history in plain view.

  • Exterior of Charles Dickens Museum

    Charles Dickens Museum

    Visitors will be treated to a museum trail and talk and can then follow Boz’s example taking a brief evening stroll through Bloomsbury and Seven Dials.

  • Gun emplacements on Clapham Common

    Clapham Society

    A walk along the south side of Clapham Common seeing how the war came to Clapham and the lasting effect it has had on our streets and the development of South London.

  • Three storey buildings lit up at night

    Dr Johnson's House

    Explore Dr Johnon's House after hours whilst enjoying a complimentary glass of wine.

  • Two girls with afro hair styles

    Herne Hill Free Film Festival

    A free screening of documentary Beyond the Photo, plus a Q & A with the director of the film, Cathy Hassan. This documentary is a retrospective look at 1970s Black Britain.

  • Vistiors at the Kirkaldy Testing Museum

    Kirkaldy Testing Museum

    Discover how a pioneering and visionary Victorian engineer lived by the courage of his convictions!

  • Statue of Sir John Betjamen on the concourse at St Pancras Station

    St Pancras International

    Enjoy a lunchtime walk and an evening debate exploring some of the highlights of St Pancras International’s rich 150 years of history.

  • Victorian Surgical Kit

    The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret

    Join us for a walk on "The Nests of Satan" and/or a talk on "The Courage of Victorian Surgeons and Patients".