Murder in the Library: An A-Z of Crime Fiction

 
 

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18th January 2013 until 12th May 2013
 
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Murder in the Library: An A-Z of Crime FictionA free display at the British Library, Murder in the Library: An A-Z of Crime Fiction is a fascinating exhibition which indulges our addiction to detective stories - crime fiction currently accounts for over a third of all fiction published in English. Interesting items on display include the original manuscript of the Sherlock Holmes story 'The Retired Colourman' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, part of the journey through crime and detective fiction from its origins in the early 19th century through to our current obsession with Nordic Noir.

 

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With over 150 million items, a copy of every publication produced in the UK and Ireland, artwork by artists such as Antony Gormley and Eduardo Paolozzi, and a host of historically momentous works - including the Magna Carta, the Gutenberg Bible, Shakespeare's First Folio and the Lindisfarne Gospels - a guided tour around the British Library is the best way to take it all in. More about British Library

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Enduring War: Grief, Grit And HumourEnduring War: Grief, Grit And HumourThis exhibition at the British Library showcases letters and diaries from serving soldiers and their relations as part of the World War One centenary commemorations.29th July 2014Sunday 12th October 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
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Free EventOngoing
Enduring War: Grief, Grit And Humour
event > Exhibitions | PRICING  Free  
DATES  19th July to 12th October 2014
VENUE  British Library 
This exhibition at the British Library showcases letters and diaries from serving soldiers and their relations as part of the World War One centenary commemorations.... More about this event
Comics Unmasked: Art And Anarchy In The UKComics Unmasked: Art And Anarchy In The UKComics Unmasked: Art And Anarchy In The UKThis major exhibition at the British Library will explore some of the darker and more complex themes to emerge from the UK's rich tradition of comic books and graphic art. While the exhibition will examine some of the early precursors to the British comic tradition such as William Hogarth, George Cruickshank and Punch magazine, it will mainly focus29th July 2014Tuesday 19th August 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
Ongoing
Comics Unmasked: Art And Anarchy In The UK
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Comic Book and Cartoon Art
DATES  2nd May to 19th August 2014
VENUE  British Library 
This major exhibition at the British Library will explore some of the darker and more complex themes to emerge from the UK's rich tradition of comic books and graphic art. While the exhibition will examine some of the early precursors to the British comic tradition such as William Hogarth, George Cruickshank and Punch magazine, it will mainly focus... More about this event
 
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British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
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Free EventOngoing
The Grand Depart: Tour De Lead Graffi
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Graphic Design | PRICING  Free  
DATES  3rd July to 30th November 2014
VENUE  British Library 
A display to celebrate the Tour de France's fourth visit to the UK for the Grand Depart 2014. This display includes a selection of posters from the 2012 and 2013 editions of the Tour.
Bryan Lee O'Malley: TalkBryan Lee O'Malley: TalkThe writer discusses his work.15th August 2014Friday 15th August 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
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Bryan Lee O'Malley: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Friday 15th August 2014 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
The writer discusses his work.
The Music of War: 1914-1918: ConferenceThe Music of War: 1914-1918: ConferenceSpeakers from 12 countries will consider the contribution of music to the war, including government propaganda, commemoration, therapy, morale boosting and entertainment.29th August 2014Sunday 31st August 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
The Music of War: 1914-1918: Conference
event > Business Events > Conferences
DATES  29th August 2014 at 9.30am-8pm, 30th August 2014 at 9.30am-7.30pm & 31st August 2014 at 10.30am-5.15pm
VENUE  British Library 
Speakers from 12 countries will consider the contribution of music to the war, including government propaganda, commemoration, therapy, morale boosting and entertainment.
War Women And SongWar Women And SongDrama, music and comedy in a production by Anna Farthing and Bea Roberts, bringing to life the experience of those who toured to theatres of war.30th August 2014Saturday 30th August 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
War Women And Song
event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES  Saturday 30th August 2014 - 6.30pm-7.30pm
VENUE  British Library 
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Alan Rusbridger: Reflections On Press Freedom: TalkAlan Rusbridger: Reflections On Press Freedom: TalkAlan Rusbridger, Editor-in-Chief of Guardian News & Media, will share his views on freedom of the press. During his editorship at The Guardian he has fought a number of high-profile battles over press freedom and libel including the 2013 NSA leaks.8th September 2014Monday 8th September 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
Alan Rusbridger: Reflections On Press Freedom: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 8th September 2014 - 6.30pm-8.15pm
VENUE  British Library 
Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-Chief of Guardian News & Media, will share his views on freedom of the press. During his editorship at The Guardian he has fought a number of high-profile battles over press freedom and libel including the 2013 NSA leaks.
Dylan Thomas: Return JourneyDylan Thomas: Return JourneyBob Kingdom plays Thomas in this acclaimed celebration of the Welsh poet's last great lecture tour. Originally directed by actor Antony Hopkins.12th September 2014Saturday 13th September 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
Dylan Thomas: Return Journey
event > Theatre > Solo
DATES  Friday 12th September 2014 at 6.30pm-8pm & Saturday 13th September 2014 at 2.30pm-4pm
VENUE  British Library 
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International Translation Day 2014: DiscussionInternational Translation Day 2014: DiscussionThe annual event for the translation community.26th September 2014Friday 26th September 2014 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
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event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings
DATES  Friday 26th September 2014 - 9am-5pm
VENUE  British Library 
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Terror and Wonder: The Gothic ImaginationTerror and Wonder: The Gothic ImaginationTerror and Wonder: The Gothic ImaginationExploring the enduring influence that the gothic genre has had on literature, film, fashion, music and art, Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination at the British Library provides a comprehensive look at gothic literature. Ranging from Horace Walpole to Angela Carter, there will be over 200 rare exhibits including manuscripts, paintings, film cli3rd October 2014Tuesday 20th January 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
 
Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions
DATES  3rd October 2014 to 20th January 2015
VENUE  British Library 
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