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Play-throughs: The London Musical Theatre Orchestra

The Pink Jukebox 28 April 2019

A Ballroom and Latin dance club for members of the LGBT community and their friends. With classes followed by social dancing, these events are open to dancers of all levels.
Sunday 28 April
2:00 PM

Languages Fair

Keen to start learning a language or to improve your language skills? Not sure which one of our courses would best suit your existing abilities? Our Languages Fair is a chance to speak to tutors from across a range of our language courses, to find out which level is the best fit for you, and to enjoy a short taster session.
Wednesday 01 May
12:30 PM - 14:00 PM

Whose Story is it Anyway?

How and why is history collected? Who owns the past, and who gets to share it? Most importantly, whose story is it anyway?
Wednesday 01 May
7:00 PM

Archives Tour - London Collections

A tour of our London Collections is a must do for anyone interested in the history of the metropolis.
Thursday 02 May
18:30 PM

Swing Den 3 May 2019

Swing Den is a social dance especially for beginners (though everyone is welcome). There’ll be a taster lesson at the start of the night and two teachers on hand.
Friday 03 May
7:00 PM

UKSSDC Competitors Practice

Saturday 11 May
13:00

The Pink Jukebox 12 May 2019

A Ballroom and Latin dance club for members of the LGBT community and their friends. With classes followed by social dancing, these events are open to dancers of all levels.
Sunday 12 May
2:00 PM

Overtures at Bishopsgate Institute

Overtures Piano Bar – London’s only piano bar dedicated to musical theatre – is travelling across from its home in Marble Arch to Liverpool Street for a one-off celebration at Bishopsgate Institute, complete with live orchestra.
Sunday 12 May
7:00 PM

A Suffragette in America: Reflections on Prisoners, Pickets and Political Change

Historian and biographer of Sylvia Pankhurst, Katherine Connelly will be discussing her edition of Sylvia Pankhurst’s previously unpublished writings on North America: A Suffragette in America: Reflections on Prisoners, Pickets and Political Change.
Thursday 16 May
7:00 PM