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A Home Away From Home: Exhibition and Events Celebrating The India Club

A Home Away From Home: Exhibition and Events Celebrating The India Club

Having recently come under serious threat from redevelopers, The India Club’s unique space on the Strand has remained an important political and social meeting place since the 1950s.

Things to Do in London - May 2018

Unmissable Things To Do In London – May 2018

Top things to do in London in May 2018. This month's top picks include unusual film festivals, a new Burmese restaurant & much more... Cabaret & Circus Comedy Exhibitions Festivals Film Launches & Openings Music Theatre & Performance Art Curios...
Suffragette City immersive experience by National Trust and National Archives

Suffragette City immersive experience by National Trust and National Archives

Not a David Bowie tribute act sadly, but in fact Suffragette City is an immersive look into the lives of the Suffragettes by National Trust and The National Archives.

Migration Museum's New Exhibition 'No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain'

Migration Museum’s New Exhibition ‘No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain’

A timely (to say the least!) exhibition exploring seven pivotal moments in the history of migration into Britain, at The Migration Museum until February 2018.

Free interactive online tribute to East Londoner Joseph Markovic

Free interactive online tribute to East Londoner Joseph Markovic

In the week that Topshop have launched an outrageously pointless virtual reality water slide, we were delighted to hear about this genuinely heartwarming new online experience to celebrate the life of real life East Ender Joseph Markovic. Plus you can use your...
Enjoy a Bohemian Night Out in 1930s Soho at The Caravan - Part of Queer City

Enjoy a Bohemian Night Out in 1930s Soho at The Caravan – Part of Queer City

As ‘London’s most bohemian rendezvous’ returns for one month only, the National Trust’s recreation of The Caravan is a reminder of London’s queer history…