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Sherlock HolmesSherlock HolmesSherlock HolmesLikely to be one of 2014's most popular exhibitions, Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London will be the largest exploration of the fictional detective in over 60 years. Drawing on the museum's Victorian and Edwardian collections, as well as material from across the globe and costumes and props from the recent BBC series, the exhibition will ask se1st March 2015Sunday 12th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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event > Exhibitions > Special exhibits - Museums
DATES  17th October 2014 to 12th April 2015
Likely to be one of 2014's most popular exhibitions, Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London will be the largest exploration of the fictional detective in over... More about this event
 
Designing A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronDesigning A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronDesigning A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronA new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed by Thomas Heatherwick for the 2012 London Olympics which became such an iconic symbol of the Games. Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron is a permanent gallery, opened on the second anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Cer1st March 2015Thursday 31st December 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation | PRICING  Free  
DATES  25th July 2014 to 31st December 2015
A new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed by Thomas Heatherwick for the 2012 London Olympic... More about this event
 
Elizabeth's Ghosts: The Afterlife Of The Queen In The Stuart EraElizabeth's Ghosts: The Afterlife Of The Queen In The Stuart EraA range of sources will be examined to further understand the impact that Elizabeth had in the century after her death in terms of politics and religion - and the perceptions about powerful women.2nd March 2015Monday 2nd March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Elizabeth's Ghosts: The Afterlife Of The Queen In The Stuart Era
 
Small Bodies of the Solar SystemSmall Bodies of the Solar SystemWe shall discuss the smaller bodies of the Solar System - from dwarf planets to asteroids.4th March 2015Wednesday 4th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Small Bodies of the Solar System
 
Sleuthing With SherlockSleuthing With SherlockLearn the techniques of Victorian fingerprinting versus modern day methods and try them both out on two different crime scenes.6th March 2015Friday 3rd April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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On Soon
Sleuthing With Sherlock
 
North America's Largest Act of Slave Resistance'North America's Largest Act of Slave Resistance'This lecture is based on Dr Millett's recently published book The Maroons of Prospect Bluff and Their Quest for Freedom in the Atlantic World.9th March 2015Monday 9th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
North America's Largest Act of Slave Resistance'
 
Six General Elections: 1979Six General Elections: 1979The 1979 election inaugurated the premiership of Margaret Thatcher, the longest continuous premiership since that of Lord Liverpool (1812-27), and an 18 year period of Conservative government.10th March 2015Tuesday 10th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Six General Elections: 1979
 
Revolutionary State'Revolutionary State'Cromwell is shown in an unfamiliar light - interested in French furniture and fashions and holding court in princely style.11th March 2015Wednesday 11th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Revolutionary State'
 
Smithfield: WalkSmithfield: WalkA walking tour through the area learning about its history.15th March 2015Sunday 15th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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On Soon
Smithfield: Walk
 
Cultural Misfits: Gender In Early Twentieth-century LiteratureCultural Misfits: Gender In Early Twentieth-century LiteratureWith Professor Georgia Johnston.16th March 2015Monday 16th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Cultural Misfits: Gender In Early Twentieth-century Literature
 
Cantor's InfinitiesCantor's InfinitiesWith Professor Raymond Flood.17th March 2015Tuesday 17th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Cantor's Infinities
 
Politics And The First World WarPolitics And The First World WarWith Sir Richard Evans.17th March 2015Tuesday 17th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Politics And The First World War
 
Heart Surgery For Children After The Credit CrisisHeart Surgery For Children After The Credit CrisisDoes cardiac surgical treatment need to be as expensive as it is? How might costs may be reduced?18th March 2015Wednesday 18th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Heart Surgery For Children After The Credit Crisis
 
Sherlock's Night Owls Sleepover (Ages 7-11)Sherlock's Night Owls Sleepover (Ages 7-11)After-hours event for children with activities.21st March 2015Saturday 21st March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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On Soon
Sherlock's Night Owls Sleepover (Ages 7-11)
 
The Regulation Of Shale Gas ExtractionThe Regulation Of Shale Gas ExtractionIs enough being done to address risks accompanying shale gas extraction activities for the protection of the public and the environment?23rd March 2015Monday 23rd March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
The Regulation Of Shale Gas Extraction
 
Nature, Nurture or Neither' The View From The GenesNature, Nurture or Neither' The View From The GenesMany people see gene and environment as separate entities and believe that height, weight, or personality type can be sliced in a section controlled by inherited factors or nature, while others are due to differences in the environment, or nurture.25th March 2015Wednesday 25th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Nature, Nurture or Neither' The View From The Genes
 
Sherlock And BeyondSherlock And BeyondDebate looking at the enduring popularity of Sherlock Holmes and the genre of crime fiction.27th March 2015Friday 27th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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On Soon
Sherlock And Beyond
 
Digital CreatingDigital CreatingA chance to explore London's history using digital technology.29th March 2015Sunday 29th March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
Digital Creating
 
The Pieta In ArtThe Pieta In ArtLord Harries will explore the visual history of one of the most moving of all Christian images.31st March 2015Tuesday 31st March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free EventOn Soon
The Pieta In Art
 
The Next Big QuestionsThe Next Big QuestionsIn my last Gresham lecture I shall review what the near future might bring - the exciting space missions, satellites and telescopes - and the fundamental scientific challenges they are designed to tackle.1st April 2015Wednesday 1st April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
The Next Big Questions
 
Blitz In The City (Over 12s)Blitz In The City (Over 12s)Join to hear about the second Great Fire of London, how St Paul's survived, and the history that was uncovered by the destruction caused to the City in the Blitz of 1940-41.5th April 2015Sunday 5th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Now On
Blitz In The City (Over 12s)
 
Poetry And Remembrance: Thomas Gray's Elergy Written In A Country ChurchyardPoetry And Remembrance: Thomas Gray's Elergy Written In A Country ChurchyardWith Professor Belinda Jack.14th April 2015Tuesday 14th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Poetry And Remembrance: Thomas Gray's Elergy Written In A Country Churchyard
 
Six General Elections: 2010Six General Elections: 2010The 2010 election led to the first peacetime coalition government in Britain since 1931. It occurred in the midst of a financial crisis, with Britain facing a large budgetary deficit.21st April 2015Tuesday 21st April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Six General Elections: 2010
 
Restoration And Reaction: Palaces Of The RestorationRestoration And Reaction: Palaces Of The RestorationWith Professor Simon Thurley.22nd April 2015Wednesday 22nd April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Restoration And Reaction: Palaces Of The Restoration
 
War, Health and MedicineWar, Health and MedicineThis lecture draws comparisons between different theatres of the war and seeks to explain the different degrees of success with which armies dealt with the medical problems of war.28th April 2015Tuesday 28th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
War, Health and Medicine
 
Suffer The Little Children: Gradual Improvement In Child Health Has Left Infants BehindSuffer The Little Children: Gradual Improvement In Child Health Has Left Infants BehindChildhood in Britain is now safer than at any time in recorded history - and society gives priority to the health of children. This was not always so.29th April 2015Wednesday 29th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Suffer The Little Children: Gradual Improvement In Child Health Has Left Infants Behind
 
Perpetrators of Human ViolencePerpetrators of Human ViolenceIn this lecture, Gwen Adshead will review what is known about perpetrators of human violence, both male and female. She will explore similarities and differences between different groups of perpetrators.13th May 2015Wednesday 13th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Perpetrators of Human Violence
 
Museums at NightMuseums at NightMuseums at NightAround 70 London venues typically take part in this after-hours event which opens up our landmark museums for a weekend of special, exclusive viewings and events, promises to be equally popular. If you think the idea of spending the night in a dusty old museum sounds a bit dull then Museums at Night, will make you think again. Previous participants14th May 2015Saturday 16th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions
DATES  14th, 15th and 16th May 2015
Around 70 London venues typically take part in this after-hours event which opens up our landmark museums for a weekend of special, exclusive viewings and even... More about this event
 
Six General Elections: 2015Six General Elections: 2015This lecture, to be delivered just five days after the likely date of the election, will seek to make sense of the outcome.19th May 2015Tuesday 19th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Six General Elections: 2015
 
Geometry: A New Weapon In The Fight Against VirusesGeometry: A New Weapon In The Fight Against VirusesThe Joint London Mathematical Society/Gresham College Annual Lecture20th May 2015Wednesday 20th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Geometry: A New Weapon In The Fight Against Viruses
 
Collections Online Up CloseCollections Online Up CloseLearn about objects from the archaeology and social history collections.22nd May 2015Friday 22nd May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Collections Online Up Close
 
Why Businesses Fail And What Can Be Done About ItWhy Businesses Fail And What Can Be Done About ItKey sources of weakness will be identified, and a challenge issued to both the business world and the management education system to do something about them.26th May 2015Tuesday 26th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Why Businesses Fail And What Can Be Done About It
 
The Next Disruptive Technologies' New Ways To Treat Old DiseasesThe Next Disruptive Technologies' New Ways To Treat Old DiseasesWith Professor Martin Elliott.27th May 2015Wednesday 27th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
The Next Disruptive Technologies' New Ways To Treat Old Diseases
 
The Million Woman StudyThe Million Woman StudyThis lecture charts the story of the biggest study into the outstanding questions of women's health.28th May 2015Thursday 28th May 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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The Million Woman Study
 
Safety Underground: Mining And The Miners' LampSafety Underground: Mining And The Miners' LampProfessor Frank James presents a lecture on the subject.1st June 2015Monday 1st June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Safety Underground: Mining And The Miners' Lamp
 
The Last Stuarts and the Death of the Royal PowerhouseThe Last Stuarts and the Death of the Royal PowerhouseIn his short reign James II built a surprising amount, including a large royal chapel - the architectural symbol of his conversion to Roman Catholicism. His successors William and Mary were great builders too, but in an entirely different vein.3rd June 2015Wednesday 3rd June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
The Last Stuarts and the Death of the Royal Powerhouse
 
Safety At Sea And LighthousesSafety At Sea And LighthousesHow are mariners and their cargoes kept safe and what is the significance of the role of the expert in providing advice to the state and its agencies?8th June 2015Monday 8th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Safety At Sea And Lighthouses
 
Success Of The Smelliest' The Search For Human PheromonesSuccess Of The Smelliest' The Search For Human PheromonesCome to hear why the search for our elusive human pheromones is still on and where we should go next in the hunt.9th June 2015Tuesday 9th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Success Of The Smelliest' The Search For Human Pheromones
 
Safety In The Air: Technology, People and PracticeSafety In The Air: Technology, People and PracticeHow is air safety controlled and regulated and how safe can we really be?15th June 2015Monday 15th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Safety In The Air: Technology, People and Practice
 
Charles Dickens and ScienceCharles Dickens and ScienceIn his novels and essays, Dickens showed his considerable knowledge about the scientific developments in the 1850s and 1860s, which he wove into his stories and descriptions of London's life and environment.16th June 2015Tuesday 16th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Charles Dickens and Science
 
Can We Treat Violence'Can We Treat Violence'In this last lecture, Dr Adshead will discuss the conceptual implication of the term 'treatment' in relation to violence reduction and prevention.17th June 2015Wednesday 17th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Can We Treat Violence'
 
Waterloo: Causes, Courses And ConsequencesWaterloo: Causes, Courses And ConsequencesThe Battle of Waterloo was fought on 18th June 1815. The 200th anniversary has prompted widespread commemoration. But what was the battle about? Who fought it? Why did it take place in 1815 and at Waterloo? Finally, what were its consequences?18th June 2015Thursday 18th June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
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Free Event 
Waterloo: Causes, Courses And Consequences
 
Safety in the Nuclear IndustrySafety in the Nuclear IndustryWith Professor Philip Thomas.22nd June 2015Monday 22nd June 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150  London Wall      EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free Event 
Safety in the Nuclear Industry
 
 
 

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Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes
Exhibitions | Until 12th April 2015 

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Likely to be one of 2014's most popular exhibitions, Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London will be the largest ...More

 
Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron
Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2015 

Museum of London

A new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed ...More

 
London Symphony Orchestra
Concerts | On 1st March 2015 

Barbican Centre 3 minutes walk from Museum Of London

Conductor Donald Runnicles joins the orchestra and the London Symphony Chorus with director Simon Halsey for renditions of Debussy's La ...More

LSO Platforms: Guildhall Artists
Concerts | On 1st March 2015 

Barbican Centre 3 minutes walk from Museum Of London

A performance of works by Debussy, by soprano Claire Lees, mezzo-soprano Jessica Dandy, baritone Dominic Sedgwick and pianist Dylan Perez....More

Hidden Barbican Tour
Tours | Until 1st March 2015 

Barbican Centre 3 minutes walk from Museum Of London

A chance to explore backstage and parts of the theatre that are usually concealed....More

Peter Holder
Concerts | Until 29th March 2015 

St Paul's Cathedral 6 minutes walk from Museum Of London

The organist performs one of Bach's Preludes And Fugues and organ works by Brahms....More

WetYourSelf!
Clubbing and Nightlife | On 1st March 2015 

Fabric 6 minutes walk from Museum Of London

Dan Farserelli, Rhys Samson, Peter Pixzel, Jacob Husley and Cormac supply house and techno....More

The First World War and the Bank of England
The First World War and the Bank of England
Exhibitions | Until 1st April 2015 

Bank of England Museum 8 minutes walk from Museum Of London

The First World War and the Bank of England, taking place at the Bank of England Museum, looks at the ...More

 
Turnage Tribute
Concerts | On 1st March 2015 

LSO St Luke's 10 minutes walk from Museum Of London

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Royal Opera & Shakespeare's Globe: L'Ormindo
Royal Opera & Shakespeare's Globe: L'Ormindo
Concerts | Until 5th March 2015 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 13 minutes walk from Museum Of London

Christopher Cowell's English translation of L'Ormindo, a co-production between Shakespeare's Globe and The Royal Opera, returns to the Sam Wanamaker ...More

 
 
 
 
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