Musical to showcase life of late poet John Muir at the Royal Albert Hall.
Fridays 9am – 1.30pm
SATURDAY 11-12 January
10am – 6pm
N.Q. Tertiary History Museum
The exhibition of rare texts of Sir Edward Croft, a member of the Royal Navy in the second half 마이다스 카지노 사이트of the 20th century, presents his collection in chronological order. The exhibit gives a fascinating overview of the history of the Royal Navy – from its inception in 1805, to its later history, to its modern day role in the United Kingdom.
1.45pm – 4pm
Brent Hall in Whitec피망 바카라hapel
The museum of a former home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is open to the public.
2.45pm – 6pm
Crown Pavilion, Buckingham Palace, London
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Queen with the opening performance of the historic Royal Theatre, with a live performance by the Tiesto Orchestra.
5pm – 10.30pm
London Public Library, West Kensington, London
This year the main exhibition of John Muir’s poem ‘In the House’ will be shown in full. The opening will conclude a spectacular five-day tour of the building of the National Gallery.
4pm – 10.30pm
Queen’s Theatre, Whitechapel
With an array of works by a wide range of authors, including Charles Dickens and Robert Graves, this show explores a different and more personal form of the poetry that became the subject of a famous novel by Henry James, ‘The Fall’.
4pm – 12.30pm
Borough Museum, London
From its first appearance in 1792 to its present location, this exhibition displays a remarkable wealth of history and archaeology.
N.Q. Museum, The Public House, London
Examine the history of the British Library and its relationship to the City of London by walking through the exhibits and exhibits of t점보카지노he N.Q. Collection.
N.Q. Centre for Archaeology, West London and North-West Hertfordshire
Explore the origins of the National Gallery, exhibition catalogue, and galleries with the National Gallery of Great Britain, exhibitions, and the history of the building of the National Gallery.
5pm – 12.45pm
Lecture Hall, The Public House
The Museum Lecture Hal