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Lucy Worsley meets the Ravenmaster

Historic Royal Palaces' Joint Chief Curator Lucy Worsley is joined by Tower of London Ravenmaster Yeoman Warder Christopher Skaife for a unique look into the lives of the most famous birds in London, the ravens.  Read more

Drawing Heroes Auction at The Cartoon Museum

In the time of coronavirus, one thing that unites the nation is clapping every Thursday for the NHS heroes fighting the pandemic on the front lines. Inspired by this, independent UK artist Dan Digby has envisioned NHS workers as superheroes, alongside other original one-off artworks being auctioned from 7 - 14 June in aid of The Cartoon Museum in London.  Read more

World Oceans Day - Online Festival

The National Maritime Museum (NMM) will hold a day-long festival of activities to mark World Oceans Day for the third consecutive year on 8 June 2020. With social distancing measures limiting gatherings, and cultural institutions temporarily closed, Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) will mark the day with a completely digital festival, a first for the organisation.  Read more

Old Royal Naval College - Drawing Tutorials

The Old Royal Naval College has joined up with award winning illustrator Nick Ellwood to bring art classes to people’s living rooms.  Read more

Autumn Days Out at Old Royal Naval College

Looking ahead to the autumn and being able to explore London once again, the Old Royal Naval College will have plenty of things to do. There’s something for everyone, with tours and itineraries for all visitors, family fun at October half-term, and must-see spots if you only have 30 minutes.  Read more

LSO - Launches "Always Playing Programme"

The London Symphony Orchestra releases details of ‘Always Playing’, the digital programme of archive concerts to be streamed free via the LSO YouTube channel across March and April 2020, to replace the scheduled Barbican concerts.  Read more

Our Ocean, Our Planet at Royal Museums Greenwich

Royal Museums Greenwich launches "Our Ocean Our Planet, a 6 month sustainability season. 6 March 2020, the National Maritime Museum (NMM) has launched ‘Our Ocean, Our Planet’, its sustainability and climate change season. The season will run throughout summer 2020.  Read more

May Events at Cutty Sark

In May there are family activities & workshops on board Cutty Sark. These include a murder mystery and BBC Award Winning Folk Duo "Show of Hands".  Read more

May Events at The Royal Observatory

This May watch space and jazz collide in this special planetarium show with live sets by musician Thomas Truaxe. Join an introductory special edition of our popular Astronomy and Islam planetarium show. Star Trek will also be screened in London's only planetarium.  Read more

May Events at The National Maritime Museum

Come face-to-face with the kings, queens and their heirs who have shaped British history in Tudors to Windsors, a unique collaboration with London’s National Portrait Gallery.  Read more

Fancy a Poem Written Especially for You?

Fancy a poem written especially for you? Or perhaps for a loved one (conveniently ahead of Mother’s Day)? Take to the river with Thames Clippers (www.thamesclippers.com) on World Poetry Day (21 March) and be treated to your very own personalised poem written, delivered and wrapped to take home with you.  Read more

March Events at Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark hosts special events and activities throughout the year. Admission charges apply (family activities are free with entry). Please visit our website for more information www.rmg.co.uk/cuttysark  Read more

March Events at The Royal Observatory

Highlights include: · Experience an evening in the planetarium with a live jazz score. · Join a family special of our popular Astronomy and Islam planetarium show. · Enjoy a screening of Edge of Tomorrow (2014), starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, in London’s only planetarium  Read more

March Events at National Maritime Museum

A full programme of events for children and adult visitors to the historic Greenwich National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House.  Read more

Exciting Times Ahead at Horniman & Gardens

Horniman Museum & Gardens Events for February to May 2020 listings from the Horniman Museum and Gardens, including information on our new family-friendly exhibition Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaurs which opens on Saturday 15 February 2020.  Read more

Roundhouse Announces 2020 Performances

The Roundhouse today announces a Spring 2020 Season of stereotype-smashing performing arts. Featuring Emma Frankland’s Hearty, Miguel Hernando Torres Umba’s Stardust, Rachael Young’s Nightclubbing and Out, and Emma Dennis-Edwards’ Funeral Flowers, the season runs from 27 February to 9 May.  Read more


DOTDOTDOT & Tower of London to Launch Major New Immersive Entertainment Experience Autumn 2020.  Read more

Florimania at Hampton Court Palace

Historic Royal Palaces is pleased to confirm that Florimania will be returning for its 22nd year at Hampton Court Palace for Mothering Sunday weekend, 20-22 March 2020. Included in palace admission, this event will add value to group organisers, special interest groups and tour operator’s visits to the palace.  Read more

Imagine Children's Festival - Southbank Centre

More than 1,400 primary school children from London and the south of England will become published authors through the Imagine a Story creative writing project, announced today as part of Southbank Centre’s Imagine Children’s Festival.  Read more

England v France, 1520-2020, The Rematch

England v France, 1520-2020, The Rematch at Hampton Court Palace, 23-31 May 2020!  Read more

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