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The West End - War Horse

I recently celebrated my Birthday (Christmas baby :-) ) and was lucky enough to be given Theatre tickets to see War Horse in London’s West End, Drury lane. 554 more words

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The Foundling Museum

I recently visited The Foundling Museum near Russell Square. I had originally visited a few years ago, but the museum has been refurbished since, and I fancied going again. 640 more words

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Fallen Women

Earlier this week I went along to visit the Foundling Museum’s temporary exhibition, Fallen Woman, which focuses on the hundreds of ummarried women who, shamed by pregnancy outside of wedlock, were encouraged to give up their illegitimate children to the care of the Foundling Hospital. 519 more words

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Exhibition Review: The Fallen Woman (The Foundling Museum)

In a quiet London square not far from the British Museum is Coram Fields, home of the Foundling Museum and the site of the original Foundling Hospital, started in 1741 by a philanthropic sea captain Thomas Coram. 53 more words

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Exhibition Review: The Fallen Woman (The Foundling Museum)

In a quiet London square not far from the British Museum is Coram Fields, home of the Foundling Museum and the site of the original Foundling Hospital, started in 1741 by a philanthropic sea captain Thomas Coram. 913 more words

Nineteenth Century British History

Day 10 - St Pancras - Foundling Museum - Coram's Fields

Pretty grim autumn day so another curtailed trek. Pick things up at Kings Cross again then cover the remaining streets in the St Pancras district before flirting with Bloomsbury once more and finishing off with a visit to the Foundling Museum. 1,222 more words

The Fallen Woman at The Foundling Museum

G.F. Watts, Found Drowned, c.1849-1850, © Watts Gallery

The Fallen Woman
at The Foundling Museum
Open Now
Until 3rd January 2016

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