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 Follow a timeline of key events in the history of sound, with rare and unpublished recordings as well as a specially commissioned audio installation by composer Aleks Kolkowski.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.
Now in its 25th year, Kew Orchid Festival is an annual event at the Princess of Wales Conservatory in Kew Gardens . People come from all over to see some of the world’s most beautiful orchids. This year’s event takes […]
A dance and performing arts show on a grand scale, this event attracts 30,000, performers, brands, schools and professionals to celebrate the dancing world. You can buy some of the newest innovations and most stylish fitness wear available, browse schools […]
The official London St Patrick’s Day Festival is planned to be an online event for 2021. The information below is for the live event, which we hope will return in 2022. For guaranteed fun and rowdiness, follow the St Patrick’s […]
Brew Con London is the UK’s first home brew conference and expo. This year’s event moves from Oval Space in east London to the bigger Beavertown Brewery in Tottenham Hale for two days. There’s something to sample for every level […]