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Today to Sat 17 Aug, closest first.     Page 2

More details - #LoveNotLandfill Pop-Up Supported by Depop
Eco fashion campaign #LoveNotLandfill presents the #LoveNotLandfill Pop-Up supported by Depop - your chance to meet your fav depop sellers and shop the v best pre-loved and vintage fashion in the heart of London’s fashionable Carnaby.
3 Newburgh St, Carnaby, London
Today and Sun 21 Jul

More details - Colour my Summer hits destinations across Victoria and the City
Colour my Summer takes over Nova and Cardinal Place in Victoria, and One New Change and New Street Square in the City with a technicolour transformation. Nova will be pink complete with a sensational and highly Instagrammable floral wall to ensure we all channel our inner influencer this summer.
Cardinal Place - Victoria St, Westminster, London
Today to Sun 18 Aug

More details - 2nd World Congress on Advances in Addiction Science and Medicine
Addiction Science 2019 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Rome, Italy. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “2nd World Congress on Advances in Addiction Science and Medicine which is going to be held during July 24-25, 2019, Rome, Italy.
Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia Via Aurelia, Km 8.400 00165 Rome, Italy
Wed 24 Jul 19 and Thu 25 Jul

More details - Small Change, Big Difference: Free sustainable pop-up cookery class
Join us for a waste-free dinner at one of our Small Change, Big Difference cookery classes. Learn some sustainable food tips and make your own dinner. A new series of 30 free pop-up cookery classes for Londoners who want to up-skill in the kitchen is launching this July at venues across the capital.
Cookery School, 15 Little Portland St, Marylebone, London
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Patterns Photography Exhibition
Patterns. They surround us. We come across them every day and yet we very rarely take that much notice of them. Exploring the hidden geometry that surrounds us, enables us to truly appreciate the way that pattern can help us to tell a story.
Lavington House, 25 Lavington Street, London
Wed 24 Jul 19 to Sun 28 Jul

More details - Business As Usual by Alberta Whittle
Tyburn Gallery is pleased to present Business As Usual, a solo exhibition by Alberta Whittle. A multi-faceted artist whose practice includes film, performance, and various forms of collage and assemblage, Whittle is known for work which uses the body as a site of potential for transformation and resistance.
Tyburn Gallery, 26 Barrett Street
Today to Sat 27 Jul

More details - A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Maki-e
An exhibition of the Lacquer Work of Koyanagi Tanekuni Lacquer has been used in Japan for almost 10,000 years to protect and decorate objects, such as wood, bamboo, earthenware, and textiles.
Brunei Gallery,SOAS Russell Square Thornhaugh Street London
Today to Sat 7 Sep

More details - Stolen Moments - Namibian Music History Untold
SOAS Music is hosting a unique exhibition in the Brunei Gallery, SOAS entitled ’Stolen Moments–Namibian Music History Untold’, which chronicles the intimate stories, songs and experiences of those who shaped Namibian popular culture during some of the most repressive years of Apartheid rule.
BRUNEI GALLERY, SOAS, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, THORNHAUGH STREET RUSSELL SQUARE LONDON
Today to Thu 5 Sep

More details - Free sustainable pop-up cookery workshops
Join us for a waste-free lunch at one of our Small Change, Big Difference cookery classes. Learn some sustainable food tips and make your own lunch. This is part of a new series of 30 free pop-up cookery classes for Londoners who want to up-skill in the kitchen is launching this July at venues across the capital.
Mercato Metropolitano , 42 Newington Causeway, London
Thu 25 Jul

More details - After work Champagne Tasting
Please join us for a celebration of summer, while you learn more about Champagne. This after work champagne tasting, hosted by The Real Grape, will celebrate the summer with an evening of Champagne Tasting, artisanal cheeses and delicacies from Une Normande à Londres and relaxing Nomadic House and chilled Ibiza...
21 West Smithfield, London
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Lagunitas Beer Circus 2019
The legendary Lagunitas Beer Circus is returning for the second year to celebrate the daring, the individual and the proudly freakish on Saturday 20th July at Flat Iron Square, Central London.
Flat Iron Square, 53a Southwark Street, London
Today

More details - Bach to Baby
Discover the award-winning classical concert series for babies, toddlers and parents. 10:30 (doors 10:00 | Tickets £12 adults, children free Bach to Baby is an innovative and award-winning concert series for babies, toddlers and their parents to enjoy together.
40 Brunswick Square London
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Lucia No3 - the Lucid Light Experience
Lucid Light Experience Consciousness Expansion, Spiritual Awareness, 3rd Eye Activation, Experiencing beyond Time, Space & Physical reality - all can be effortlessly accessed with the assistance of Lucia 3, in a Lucid Light Experience.
Terapia Consultancy, 9 Coldbath Square, London
Sat 27 Jul, Sat 10 Aug, Sat 24 Aug, Sat 7 Sep

More details - Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Wanderers present a charming new take on Much Ado About Nothing, which takes audiences back to 1918 shortly after the end of WWI. As jubilation descends upon the residents of Dover, love blossoms between the returning soldiers and the women who have been working hard on the home front.
St. George’s Gardens, Wakefield St, Bloomsbury, London
Mon 22 Jul 19 to Fri 26 Jul

More details - Museum Lates at the Royal College of Physicians
Visit the Royal College of Physicians Museum after hours until 8pm on the first Thursday of the month. Explore exhibitions, art, medical objects and more than 500 years of history at England’s oldest medical college.
Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park, London
Thu 1 Aug, Thu 5 Sep

More details - Fiesta de Mexico
This July, Fiesta de Mexico will bring the verve, sights, smells and flavours of Mexico’s rich and diverse culture to the heart of the City of London.
Guildhall Yard, London, ECA2 5AE
Fri 26 Jul 19 to Sun 28 Jul

More details - Family Day: Words as Art
Explore the wonderful world of letters, fonts and styles. Transform words into art as you screen print a poster, build sculptures made of words and try Japanese calligraphy. Experiment with writing tools of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy writing-inspired dance performances in partnership with The Place.
The British Library 96 Euston Road
Today

More details - Tracing your Ancestors through Death Records
Death records are among the most enlightening for the researcher. They frequently reveal personal information not found in other sources, which will help you see your ancestor in a much more accurate light.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Thu 25 Jul 19

More details - Family and Social History: Understanding and Using the 1939 Register
Learn how to best use the 1939 register online to find your family members living at this time. The 1939 Register, provides a snapshot of the civilian population of England and Wales just after the outbreak of the Second World War.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 7 Aug 19

More details - Electronic Workflows for the Family Historian
Notes in your bag, family tree sketches on bits of paper, photos and print outs in the spare room, searches all over the web – loving every minute but you don’t have a real plan? Graham Walter wants to show you how to adopt workflows to help you focus on one challenge at a time.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Today

More details - Tracing Family History in Lancashire
For anyone with ancestors that came from Lancashire. The county has a rich history and is a cultural area as well as a geographical one. Anna Watson gives us two talks that aim to help you understand the county and find the records you need.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Today

More details - Shortcuts in Family History Research
Should you take the slow way or the quick way? Is more haste, less speed true? Michael Gandy wants to remind you that you should try for positive proof, not imaginative guesswork.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 24 Jul 19

More details - Free Saturday Library Tours
At the Society of Genealogists, we’re passionate about family history. Since we started in 1911, we’ve been collecting family history documents, long before the arrival of local record offices - even typewriters were new.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 27 Jul

More details - Getting the Most from the Society of Genealogists online data
The Society of Genealogists has made more than 11 million records available online. The collection is known as SoG Data Online. It is constantly growing because we’re continuing to add transcripts, indexes and images from our Library. It’s becoming an increasingly valuable free resource for Members.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - Practical Blogging for Family History - Using Wordpress
So you think you would like to try blogging? Well, I think that’s an excellent idea! Blogs are a great way to express yourself, connect with others who share your passions, and share information. At one time, a blog would have been called a diary, journal, scrapbook, or storytelling.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 3 Aug 19

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