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Suffrage Stories: An Army Of Banners - Designed For The NUWSS Suffrage Procession 13 June 1908

An Army of Banners

In June 2008 I was invited by The Women’s Library to give a talk on suffrage banners to mark the 100th anniversary of the first of a new style of spectacular processions staged by the British women’s suffrage movement. 10,007 more words

Suffrage Stories

Late London: Sherlock's City

On Friday (November 21), Frazer and I set off across the city to the Museum of London for a night-time Sherlock event. Neither of us had ever been to something like this before but were tempted after a two for one offer on the Londonist site meant we’d get in for just £6 so, recognising a shared Sherlock interest – stories, TV series and films – we went along and it was a great evening. 437 more words


In Year 3/4 this week (WB 17/11/14)

‘History’ was the hot topic this week as we started forming a theme, making props and writing the script for our Christmas show. Our hard work in researching into how World War I started has given us an idea for our performance. 437 more words

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Paddington's Picnic Weekend at the Museum of London - 29 and 30 November 2014

The Museum of London is taking part in the London wide celebrations of one of the world’s favourite bears, Paddington Bear and his special guests will be  a free indoor festival at the Museum.  469 more words

Festivals And Events

Roman Counter Culture: Live and Let Die (pl. ~ce)

Algeria was marvellous and I even managed to spot some gaming equipment while I was there, but now I’m back :D and back at the LAARC. 425 more words


Sherlock Bear

Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Bear is inside the entrance to the Museum of London and accompanies the Sherlock Holmes exhibition that has just opened there.

Sherlock Holmes Exhibition

A very exciting exhibition is running now in Museum of London, about the world’s best known fictional detective – Sherlock Holmes. There are also pretty interesting Sherlock Holmes event series, such as walking tour of Sherlock’s late London, which takes place on 21st this month from 7 to 10pm. 36 more words