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Autumn and Winter Events


Thursday 30 October at 1930 in St Clements Hall, Fulham Palace Road

A talk by our Chairman Keith Whitehouse on the 25th County of London (Cyclist) Battalion, its history from 1888 through the First World War.   236 more words


Sherlock Holmes

My favourite finds this week are these eye-catching postcards advertising the Museum of London’s newest exhibition, Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never Die… 343 more words


Sherlock Holmes - The man who never lived and will never die - Museum of London Oct 2014

A problem worthy of Sherlock Holmes himself, how do you tell the story of a man who has never lived and will never die? I have been contemplating this conundrum ever since I heard the… 1,942 more words

Museum Of London


The Museum of London show on Sherlock Holmes, which opens on Oct. 17 after two years of preparation, acknowledges the conundrum with its title, “The Man Who Never Lived and Will Never Die”. 354 more words


sherlock the man who never lived and will never die

its amazing that a fictional character can be so famous for so long – the museum of london has an exhibition celebrating the fascination behind Sherlock – with scripts from the author Arthur Conan Doyle, paintings, artefacts – its a collection of victorian london that begins with wonderful photos of the streets of london.   45 more words

Art, Film, Music, Events And Exhibitions

A night in the museum of London: sherlock launch

Forgive me for sounding cocksure, but I am pretty confident that I would make a fantastic TV detective. Sure, I wouldn’t be much of an asset in a tower-block stair chase, or able to stare down a criminal with a gun pointed at my brain, slowly walking towards them with a withering confidence that caused them to gently hand me the weapon (like my hero… 312 more words

London Life

History meets technology

Another busy fortnight in home school, and the uniform is slipping away.  No longer do I have to teach my son looking like a street urchin from Dickensian days!  824 more words