While most exhibitions are visual, this is an auditory deal which traces the history of sound as it stretches back to its origin in 1877. Follow a timeline of key events in the history of sound, with rare and unpublished recordings as well as a specially commissioned audio installation by composer Aleks Kolkowski. Find out how radio transformed the 20th century, listen to the wireless log of 16-year old Alfred Taylor from 1922 and enjoy playable stamps from Bhutan. The exhibition is part of the Season of Sound, celebrating the Library’s sound archives. The exhibition can be found in the entrance hall of the British Library.
After going digital to help with social distancing efforts, West Norwood Feast is back IRL! Returning are four hubs: Village Green, Food Fair, Fresh and Green and Artisans’ Market with crowd favourites—like street food, arts, crafts, vintage items and local […]
Get festive, do your bit for charity, and get some exercise before the weeks of indulging begin with this great day out (or in) in London. In past years, the Njinga Santa Cycle gathered Santa-suited cyclists together to travel 20 km […]
If you’re on the lookout for something alternative this Christmas, where better to go than an independent artist’s market? The E17 Designers Market is back again this year, with new and regular makers and creators selling their wares. There’ll be […]
Columbia Road is usually at its busiest during the Sunday flower market, but the area is also home to over 60 independent shops, as well as restaurants, galleries and cafés. Shops and restaurants are opening late from 5-9pm on Columbia […]
Curling isn’t just for the Winter Olympics, you can join in the game just a stone’s throw from the London Olympic Stadium. Though the goal is to slide the stones within the lane on Roof East, not off of it! […]