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Interested in becoming a foster carer? Join us for a special fostering information and Q&A session to find out more about what’s involved. As well as speaking to our team, you’ll have the opportunity to meet our friendly past Care Leaver who can...
View more details - Drop In Session every Thursday
FCA Sutton, Unit 2, Mulgrave Chambers, Mulgrave Rd, Sutton, London SM2 6LE
Today to Mon 17 Oct

Non-equilibrium processes touch our daily lives in many ways, through crashing financial systems and the physical shudders of earthquakes to the spread of disease outbreaks and the control of wildfires and pollution. But non-equilibrium is not in...
View more details - Utopian Lab: A world away from equilibrium
King’s College London (Inigo Rooms), East Wing Somerset House, Strand WC2R 2LS
Today to Sun 4 Sep

Our future on a plate explores the current perceptions and predictions of our food production. Can we tap into the collective imagination of today’s people to distinguish possible food utopia and dreaded food dystopia? Each plate tells a story,...
View more details - Utopian Lab: Our future on a plate
King’s College London (Inigo Rooms), East Wing Somerset House, Strand WC2R 2LS
Today to Sun 4 Sep

"Prepare to witness a performance like no other as The reFASHIONed Theatre opens at Selfridges with Much Ado About Nothing presented by critically-acclaimed theatre company, The Faction. On the occasion of Shakespeare400, Selfridges are opening a...
View more details - Much Ado About Nothing
Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB
Tue 23 Aug to Sat 27 Aug, Tue 30 Aug to Sat 3 Sep, Tue 6 Sep to Sat 10 Sep, Tue 13 Sep to Sat 17 Sep, Tue 20 Sep to Sat 24 Sep

An English Heritage Event - Deadly enemies and bitter battles, choose your side and start your training. Pick up your weapon to advance in the battle drill and hear astonishing tales of your favourite rogues and brave heroes.
View more details - Heroes and Villians
Eltham Palace, Court Yard, Eltham, Greenwich, London SE9 5QE

Charley and the chocolate factory is one of the popular shows in London’s West End. It has the duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes including one interval. You can check the interactive seating plan and book best available seats with one click....
View more details - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory London in UK
Theatre Royal Drury Lane London WC2B 5JF
Sat 20 Aug to Sun 9 Oct

Join other fans on this Harry Potter Bus tour of London locations. The 4 hour mini bus tour will take you to many of the iconic locations used in the films. You will get the chance to have a photo pushing a trolley through the wall at Platform 9 ¾,...
View more details - Harry Potter Tour London
Temple Station, Temple Pl, London WC2R 2PH
Thu 11 Aug, Sat 13 Aug, Thu 18 Aug, Sat 20 Aug, Today, Fri 26 Aug, Sat 27 Aug, Wed 31 Aug, Sat 3 Sep, Wed 7 Sep, Wed 14 Sep, Wed 21 Sep, Sat 24 Sep, Wed 28 Sep, Sat 1 Oct, Sat 8 Oct

Wood Street Indoor Market is a charming market with a variety of unusual and interesting independent shops, including several retro and vintage shops, selling men’s and women’s vintage clothes, beautiful handbags, accessories, kitsch barware,...
View more details - Retro and Vintage Shopping Weekly at Wood Street Indoor Market London E17 Tuesday - Sat
98 - 102 Wood Street, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest, London E17 3HX
Thu 11 Aug to Sat 13 Aug, Tue 16 Aug to Sat 20 Aug, Tue 23 Aug to Sat 27 Aug, Tue 30 Aug to Sun 4 Sep, Tue 6 Sep to Sat 10 Sep, Tue 13 Sep to Sat 17 Sep, Tue 20 Sep to Sat 24 Sep, Tue 27 Sep to Sun 2 Oct, Tue 4 Oct to Sat 8 Oct

Exhibition and engaging activities
View more details - Looking in Wonderland. Sir John Tenniel's illustrations to the Alice books
Kingston Museum, Wheatfield Way, Kingston upon Thames, London KT1 2PS
Today to Sat 17 Sep

Since the discovery of stem cells several decades ago, advanced procedures have been developed to culture cells in vitro. What was a Utopian dream is now a part of life and stem cell technology is constantly offering improved new tools to maintain...
View more details - Utopian Lab: Stem cell hotel
King’s College London (Inigo Rooms), East Wing Somerset House, Strand WC2R 2LS
Today to Sun 4 Sep

The Wiener Library’s current temporary exhibition explores the Nazi labour and extermination camps of Treblinka using the ground-breaking research of Staffordshire University archaeologist Dr Caroline Sturdy Colls and in artistic responses to the...
View more details - Finding Treblinka
The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DP
Today to Thu 15 Sep

To mark the 50th anniversary of the year England hosted – and won – the World Cup, an exclusive collection of 1966 football memorabilia returns home to Wembley Stadium connected by EE. The memorabilia will return to the iconic stadium with many...
View more details - 1966 Exhibition
Wembley Stadium London HA9 0WS
Today to Tue 11 Oct

The Full Moon Cafe. A junction hidden in the middle of virtual highway. A point where space, time and two strangers come together. An innocent encounter that crumbles, lost in the maze of the information age. The Internet. A modern symbol of...
View more details - Cats, Selfies and the Scattered Mind of the Incurable Dreamer
269 West Ferry Road London E14 3RS
Today to Sat 27 Aug

Je Suis Une Vache Suisse, curated by Helen Pheby of Yorkshire Sculpture Park, brings together many works by Niki de Saint Phalle that have not previously been seen in a public exhibition. The playful title of this exhibition is borrowed from Saint...
View more details - Niki de Saint Phalle: Je Suis Une Vache Suisse
Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art London W1S 2XP
Mon 27 Jun to Fri 1 Jul, Mon 4 Jul to Fri 8 Jul, Mon 11 Jul to Fri 15 Jul, Mon 18 Jul to Fri 22 Jul, Mon 25 Jul to Fri 29 Jul, Mon 1 Aug to Fri 5 Aug, Mon 8 Aug to Fri 12 Aug, Mon 15 Aug to Fri 19 Aug, Mon 22 Aug to Fri 26 Aug

Many of us get frustrated with the genealogy package that we use, or maybe it dies a natural death because of the company producing it. Whichever the case, we are left with having to move our data to another package. There’s the fear that it...
View more details - How To Transfer Your Family History Data to Another Package (inc GEDCOM transfers)
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road, London EC1M 7BA

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