Tuesday, 10 May 2016

What's On

Information kindly supplied by the West Essex Archaeological Group.

What’s On
To 22nd May: Hoards – the Hidden History of Ancient Britain. Free.
From 14th April: Drawn to Sicily - early British exploration of the classical world. Free.
MUSEUM OF LONDON (Book on-line at www.museumoflondon.org.uk)
From 23rd July: Fire! Fire! - Discover London before, during and after the Great Fire of 1666 in an interactive exhibition marking the 350th anniversary of this infamous disaster. Fee £8.
To 3rd July: Under London - Ten objects found at archaeological digs across the capital since the late 20th century have been photographed on the streets of modern day London, close to the places they were. Free.
MUSEUM OF LONDON DOCKLANDS (Book on-line at www.museumoflondon.org.uk/docklands)
To 2nd May: The Caribbean’s Great War – Thousands of diverse young men from throughout the Caribbean volunteered to join the British West Indies Regiment in the First World War. Free.
COLAS – St Olave’s Hall, Mark Lane, EC3
Friday 20th May, 7:00 p.m.: Religious and Ritual Imagery on Roman Pottery from London, Fiona Seeley
COLCHESTER ROMAN CIRCUS Roman Circus Walk, Colchester CO2 7GZ
Visitor centre now open: interpretation centre devoted to the Roman Circus, includes the reconstructed bases of the starting gates outside the centre, a model of the circus and a computer 3D model featuring the Roman town in the background. Open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10:00 - 16:30, free admission.
REDBRIDGE MUSEUM – Clements Road, Ilford
To 4th June: Ice Age Ilford, An Exhibition 180,000 Years in the Making – bringing to life the lost world of the mammoths. Tue – Fri 10:00 to 17:00, Sat 10:00 to 16:00, Free.
HERTS & ESSEX ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY – St Michaels & All Angels Church, Roding Rd, Loughton
Friday 27th May, 8:00 p.m. – ‘Life on the Edge’, David Stevenson. HEARS members free, visitors £2.50.
ENFIELD ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY – Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield
Friday 13th May, 8:00 p.m. – ‘The Cutting Edge: Stone Tools from Recent EAS Sites’, Neil Pinchbeck.

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