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05 December 2017
A Musical Director and Associate Musical Director have been appointed and so we are now delighted to announce our full, talented creative team that will help transform the 120-year-old Great Hall into the streets of New York for our 2018 production of West Side Story.
28 November 2017
Our Spring Term 2018 courses are now available to book online and include a range of language courses, creative writing programmes, fascinating walking tours, dance classes and a host of Body & Exercise course options.
25 October 2017
The Bishopsgate Institute production of West Side Story with full orchestra will be performed between 26 June and 1 July 2018 to celebrate the centennials of the birth of Leonard Bernstein, who composed West Side Story, and of Jerome Robbins, who directed and choreographed the original production.
13 October 2017
Everyone can now access our Special Collections and Archives’ Researchers Area until 20:00 every Wednesday.
09 October 2017
New Acquisitions and latest update from the Library team
23 August 2017
Bishopsgate Institute is looking for new honorary trustees and honorary advisors. In particular, we seek a Chair of Trustees and a Chair of the Finance and General Purposes committee.
12 July 2017
To celebrate LGBT50 this July, Bishopsgate Institute has programmed new Archive Tours of our extensive LGBTQ Collections, a talk by Matt Cook about 'queer London' plus a new panel display highlighting our LGBTQ collections and materials.
05 July 2017
There will be a special talk – as part of Bishopsgate Swing on 20th August - from Laura Knight about Lester Young to celebrate his birthday.
25 January 2017
If you were one of the estimated 100,000 protestors braving the cold, carrying a sign or taking photos at the London Women’s March on 21st January we would love to hear from you.
12 January 2017
Proof, if needed, that archives are not just about piles of paper and protest is not just about placards. In addition to quarter of a million photographs, ephemera and documents from the last two centuries of social history, politics and protest, we also are home to more unusual artefacts. These costumes, worn by Stonewall employees at a protest against Heinz after they withdrew a US commercial depicting gay couple in 2008, are seen here sported by our Special Collections and Archives staff at Bishopsgate Institute.