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This Week in London - Fashion and raw materials; music and museum; and, lates at Tate...

• The relationship between the glitzy world of fashion and the raw materials used to make it is the subject of a new exhibition opening at the V&A on Saturday. 480 more words


Displays in a Museum

Written by Kerryann Koper

I am sitting in the café of the Victoria and Albert Museum. According to the clock on my phone, I’ve been here for two hours working on my assignments, or at least trying to work on them. 999 more words

Ranking the Horrible Histories Songs: Part Three, 30-21

So here we are: part three. Today we’re ranking the Horrible Histories songs from 30 to 21, which means we’re getting to the good stuff. When I was putting together the list, this is where it started to get really hard: I love them all and they’re all fantastic and I’m aware that my reasoning might not be excellent in justifying where I put them. 1,205 more words

Past And Present

A bear and some breadcrumbs

I’d heard about breadcrumbs via Facebook, and as exploring new museums and places is on my bucket list I couldn’t resist trying this twist to visiting a museum. 475 more words


Adventure Time With Jess (And Winnie The Pooh)

A A Milne created a masterpiece in Winnie The Pooh. The books and the characters still resonate with me as a teenager in the same way they did when I was five and would run around the house in my winnie the pooh onesie, reciting lines from the movies, and being the most impatient brat whilst waiting for the VHS tape to rewind to the beginning of the movie. 474 more words


14-03-18 Beings of Light, The Passage of Life, Victoria and Albert, Churchill, Nairobi, Pakistan, Politics etc

14th March 2018

Gestures are given retrospectively this evening.

Welcome Jame’s, please join us with clarity and words of wisdom.

We have spoken once before of the many things of the Lord of the Light, and you have become a man of method to assist in the many words and practices given. 2,389 more words


Marriage of Prince Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

On this date in History: March 10, 1863. Marriage of Prince Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

In September 1861, Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales was sent to Germany, supposedly to watch military manoeuvres, but actually in order to engineer a meeting between him and Princess Alexandra of Denmark, the eldest daughter of Prince Christian of Denmark (future King Christian IX) and his wife Louise of Hesse-Cassel. 205 more words

This Day In Royal History