Horrible Histories: Spies

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 4TH JANUARY 2015

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IWM London (Imperial War Museums), Lambeth Road, Southwark, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6HZ†
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Dates:
19th July 2014†until†4th January 2015
OPENING TIMES
10am-6pm Daily (except 24-26 Dec)
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£6.20 (Adults), £4.40 (Concessions), £3.30 (Children), £12.25-£19 (Family ticket)
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Horrible Histories: SpiesThe IWM London (Imperial War Museums) in London re-opened on 19th July 2014, having closed its doors for redevelopment in January 2014, and with it came the return of family exhibition, 'Horrible Histories: Spies'. Based on the popular children's book series by Terry Deary, the display immerses visitors into the world of World War Two espionage, including codes and ciphers, disguises, camouflage, forgeries and gadgets. The display includes James Bond style gadgets like a tear-gas fountain pen used by Tommy Yeo-Thomas, one of the most famous agents from the Special Operations Executive (SOE), and a pair of false feet to wear over boots so disguising footprints. There are interactive elements including a camera which takes a passport photo which can then be disguised with false beards, hats and the like, and a trail to follow - collect stamps for your essential spy kit by unveiling the invisible ink and cracking the codes.

Over the next decade the IWM London flagship branch will be transformed by a £35 million project. The 'Horrible Histories: Spies' exhibition reopened as part of the first phase, launched in July 2014 with the opening of new First World War Galleries to mark the 100 year anniversary of the start of the First World War.

About IWM London (Imperial War Museums)

The IWM London, the flagship Imperial War Museum which offers a thoughtful look at what day-to-day life is like for both citizens and soldiers in times of conflict, re-opened on 19th July 2014 with a dramatic new atrium space by Fosters + Partners, and new permanent First World War Galleries, a highlight of which is a trench complete with periscopes, sounds and projections recreating what life was like behind the front line on the Western Front. More about IWM London (Imperial War Museums)

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IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions†|†PRICINGFree
DATES19th July 2014 to 8th March 2015
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
The first major retrospective of British First World War art for almost 100 years, featuring 110 paintings, sculptures and drawings by artists such as Paul Nash, Eric Kennington and CRW Nevinson - some of Britain's most important artists of the twentieth century. Key commissioned paintings, such as Wyndham Lewis's A Battery Shelled, will be display...†More about this event
First World War GalleriesFirst World War GalleriesFirst World War GalleriesVisitors will discover the story of the First World War when IWM London re-opens on 19th July 2014 with new permanent First World War Galleries where visitors can discover the story of the war, how it started, why it continued, how it was won and its global impact. The exhibition, staged to mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War, lo31st January 2015Thursday 31st December 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
First World War Galleries
event > Exhibitions†|†PRICINGFree
DATES19th July 2014 to 31st December 2015
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
Visitors will discover the story of the First World War when IWM London re-opens on 19th July 2014 with new permanent First World War Galleries where visitors can discover the story of the war, how it started, why it continued, how it was won and its global impact. The exhibition, staged to mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War, lo...†More about this event
Object Conversations: TalkObject Conversations: TalkAn opportunity for families to explore objects from the collections.1st February 2015Sunday 22nd February 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Object Conversations: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATES1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd Feb 2015 at 11am-12.30pm and 2pm-4pm
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
An opportunity for families to explore objects from the collections.
Truth And Memory Gallery: TalkTruth And Memory Gallery: TalkA museum staff member will highlight key pieces and themes within the exhibition.7th February 2015Saturday 7th March 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Truth And Memory Gallery: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATESSaturday 7th February and Saturday 7th March 2015 at 11am, 1pm and 3pm
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
A museum staff member will highlight key pieces and themes within the exhibition.
Print It: Truth And MemoryPrint It: Truth And MemoryA chance to create your own print to take home.14th February 2015Sunday 22nd February 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
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event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops†|†PRICINGFree
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VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
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Hew LockeHew LockeHew LockePast and present drawings, sculpture and wall reliefs by the Scottish artist Hew Locke explore the exercise of control over sea highways and naval power in this IWM Contemporary exhibition. The show features a large scale cord and bead wall drawing created especially for the exhibition, a transformed ship model and a painted photograph of HMS Belfa19th February 2015Monday 4th May 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Hew Locke
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation†|†PRICINGFree
DATES19th February to 4th May 2015
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
Past and present drawings, sculpture and wall reliefs by the Scottish artist Hew Locke explore the exercise of control over sea highways and naval power in this IWM Contemporary exhibition. The show features a large scale cord and bead wall drawing created especially for the exhibition, a transformed ship model and a painted photograph of HMS Belfa...†More about this event
Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street StyleFashion on the Ration: 1940s Street StyleFashion on the Ration: 1940s Street StyleGas-mask handbags, blackout buttons and siren suits are not items considered fashionable today but in post-war Britain these were the sort of things that passed for the very latest innovations in fashion. On display in Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style, an Imperial War Museum exhibition about coping in the face of adversity, these items are5th March 2015Monday 31st August 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Fashion
DATES5th March to 31st August 2015
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
Gas-mask handbags, blackout buttons and siren suits are not items considered fashionable today but in post-war Britain these were the sort of things that passed for the very latest innovations in fashion. On display in Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style, an Imperial War Museum exhibition about coping in the face of adversity, these items are...†More about this event
War In Afghanistan: Learning From The Soviets': DiscussionWar In Afghanistan: Learning From The Soviets': DiscussionDiscussion with Rodric Braithwaite and Caroline Wyatt.18th March 2015Wednesday 18th March 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free Event
War In Afghanistan: Learning From The Soviets': Discussion
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings†|†PRICINGFree
DATESWednesday 18th March 2015 - 7pm-9pm
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
Discussion with Rodric Braithwaite and Caroline Wyatt.
Visions of War Above and BelowVisions of War Above and BelowVisions of War Above and BelowA long-running exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, on display from 2nd April 2015 until 25th September 2016, Visions of War Above and Below examines the history of war in the air, and how it was viewed by artists from above and below. Highlights from the museum's art collection including Paul Nash's Battle of Germany and Alison Wilding's contemp2nd April 2015Sunday 25th September 2016 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free Event
Visions of War Above and Below
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions†|†PRICINGFree
DATES2nd April 2015 to 25th September 2016
VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
A long-running exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, on display from 2nd April 2015 until 25th September 2016, Visions of War Above and Below examines the history of war in the air, and how it was viewed by artists from above and below. Highlights from the museum's art collection including Paul Nash's Battle of Germany and Alison Wilding's contemp...†More about this event
Culture And Conflict: One Man's Story Of Working In Afghanistan: TalkCulture And Conflict: One Man's Story Of Working In Afghanistan: TalkHear about Dr Tommy Wide's mission to revive Afghanistan's traditional crafts and architecture.14th April 2015Tuesday 14th April 2015 Where:
IWM London (Imperial War Museums), † Lambeth Road† Elephant and Castle† † SE1 6HZ
Category: event
Free Event
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event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
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VENUEIWM London (Imperial War Museums)†
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