The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret

Published on 23rd March 2017

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The museum will temporarily close for refurbishment on March 18, 2017 and it will not re-open until July, 2017. If you have already booked a group talk, it will take place as scheduled. For more information you can contact us at or at 02071882679. Remember to follow us on social media for progress reports. Discover… Read more »

John Keats statue on Guy’s Campus given the gift of speech

Published on 22nd March 2017

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  Born in Moorgate in 1795, surgeon-apothecary turned poet, John Keats, trained at Guy’s Hospital. A statue of Keats, which sits on a bench on King’s College London’s Guy’s Campus in a garden overlooked by Science Gallery London, became the subject for the MOUTHY creative writing competition: Give Keats a Voice! Out of many excellent entries, the… Read more »

Celebrate St George’s Day with Borough Market

Published on 21st March 2017

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As patron saint of farmers, shepherds and butchers as well as England, St. George is a character well suited to being celebrated at Borough Market. Taking place on Sunday 23rd April between 12-4pm, this festival of food, music, storytelling and theatre will also involve a visit from some of the Market’s Catalonian friends, marking the fact that… Read more »

Lucy Tomlins – Pylon and Pier @ VITRINE

Published on 21st March 2017

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VITRINE is delighted to announce the second edition of SCULPTURE AT, which will be launched on 30 March 2017 with a new commission by British artist Lucy Tomlins. The artist’s objects, installations and assemblages combine a range of traditional materials including stone, concrete and metals with contemporary materials including light, moving image and sound. Through a process of… Read more »

Big Chocolate Tea Cake Sale

Published on 21st March 2017

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On 8th April Borough Market are hosting a cake sale ahead of the annual Big Chocolate Tea for The Sick Children’s Trust.  Come and enjoy guilt free chocolate cake in the Market Hall, raising much needed funds for The Sick Children’s Trust, who support over 4,000 families with critically ill children. With cakes, desserts and goodies on offer,… Read more »

Londent Oral Care

Published on 20th March 2017


 Londent Oral Care 1 Copper Row, Tower Bridge Piazza, London Bridge, London, SE1 2LH The role of a dentist isn’t simply to repair what is damaged but to prevent future problems and maintain optimal dental and oral health. This is why each dental consultation begins with a thorough assessment in our practice. From your very first… Read more »

The Velveteen Rabbit

Published on 19th March 2017

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REAL ISN’T HOW YOU ARE MADE. IT’S A THING THAT HAPPENS TO YOU. By Margery Williams Directed by Purni Morell **** ‘Utterly gripping…’ The Guardian **** ‘The children sat entranced’ Daily Mail **** ‘A perfect show’ WhatsOnStage ‘Graceful and inventive…The rapport is palpable, often to the giggling delight of the young audience members.’ Wall Street Journal ‘Makes a… Read more »

Double Double Act

Published on 19th March 2017

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THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR THE FOUR OF US. By Christopher Brett Bailey, Tim Cowbury and Jessica Latowicki Two children are performing their famous comedy routine. But they keep being interrupted by a pair of pesky grown-ups who are trying to perform their own act. The man looks like the boy. The woman looks… Read more »