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 Follow a timeline of key events in the history of sound, with rare and unpublished recordings as well as a specially commissioned audio installation by composer Aleks Kolkowski.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.
Bohemia Place Night Market will have its Vegan event on the 18th of June from 6 pm to 10 pm. Join the fun opposite Hackney Central with London’s top street food & artisan traders, craft beers, cocktails, gifts, music and more! Food […]
Black-Owned Hackney launches for our Spring/Summer 2021 series in collaboration with Black Eats LDN! Catch the market on the third weekend of June opposite Hackney Central station showcasing London’s best black-owned eats, artisan traders and many more black-owned businesses! Best […]
The square is alive, with the sound of music in June. Musical Theatre fans can experience highlights from hit shows without the sting of the West End ticket prices. In fact, there are no tickets at all, you can just […]
The Houses of Parliament opens its doors and invites you to peer inside on a guided tour of how UK Parliament works now, and find out more of its history. During the 90-minute tour, you’ll get to step inside (though […]