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Play Base 22

Play Base is an immersive experience for children aged 0-8, offering a variety of fun and engaging activities. All tickets must be booked online in advance.

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Remembering the Somme

Join Dr Glyn Prysor and Professor Mark Connelly as they discuss how perceptions of the Battle of the Somme and its memorialisation have developed over time.

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The Irish Soldier in the British Army 1680-1922

This academic conference will explore the history and legacy of Irish soldiers in the British Army from the 17th century.

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Irish Regiments On Display

Join Justin Saddington for a tour of the Museum’s rich collection of objects and archives relating to Irish regiments and their soldiers.

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The Welfare of the British Armed Forces During the Seven Years War

Join Professor Erica Charters as she discusses the significance of disease and medicine during Britain’s first global war.

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British Sign Language Tour: Arrival and Departure

Join expert guide Edward Richards for a British Sign Language (BSL) tour examining how the people of Germany were impacted by the British occupation after the Second World War.

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Tiny Troopers

Sing, play and create with your little ones at these fun sensory sessions

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Britain's Secret Defences

Join Andrew Chatterton for the launch of his new book examining Britain’s readiness to defend against a German invasion during the Second World War.

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Reflecting on the Machine Gun Corps

Join Richard Fisher and Sir Andrew Graham as they discuss the history of the Machine Gun Corps, and reflect on its impact and legacy, 100 years on from its disbandment.

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The Hyde Park Bombing

Hear stories from the survivors of the Hyde Park bombing in this special documentary to mark the 40th anniversary of the attack.

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Irish Service in the British Army

Discover the history of Irish service in the British Army from the 1600s to the present day in this special evening of talks, tours and displays.

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Tank Tactics in 1916

Join Stephen Pope as he examines how initial tank tactics were developed and how these unproven ideas survived contact with the enemy.

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The Lighthouse of Stalingrad

Join historian Iain MacGregor as he unpicks the legend of the ‘Lighthouse’, a strategic garrison at the heart of the Battle of Stalingrad.

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Baby Bouldering Wall

This event is suitable for children aged 2-5

All children must be supervised by an adult at all times

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Climbing Wall

Suitable for Children aged 5+

Children must be accompanied by an adult

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Counterinsurgency: Theory and Reality

Join Daniel Whittingham as he explores the nature of counterinsurgency both in principle and practice.

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Play Base 22

Play Base is an immersive experience for children aged 0-8, offering a variety of fun and engaging activities. All tickets must be booked online in advance.

Event Image

Remembering the Somme

Join Dr Glyn Prysor and Professor Mark Connelly as they discuss how perceptions of the Battle of the Somme and its memorialisation have developed over time.

Event Image

The Irish Soldier in the British Army 1680-1922

This academic conference will explore the history and legacy of Irish soldiers in the British Army from the 17th century.

Event Image

Irish Regiments On Display

Join Justin Saddington for a tour of the Museum’s rich collection of objects and archives relating to Irish regiments and their soldiers.

Event Image

The Welfare of the British Armed Forces During the Seven Years War

Join Professor Erica Charters as she discusses the significance of disease and medicine during Britain’s first global war.

Event Image

British Sign Language Tour: Arrival and Departure

Join expert guide Edward Richards for a British Sign Language (BSL) tour examining how the people of Germany were impacted by the British occupation after the Second World War.

Event Image

Tiny Troopers

Sing, play and create with your little ones at these fun sensory sessions

Event Image

Britain's Secret Defences

Join Andrew Chatterton for the launch of his new book examining Britain’s readiness to defend against a German invasion during the Second World War.

Event Image

Reflecting on the Machine Gun Corps

Join Richard Fisher and Sir Andrew Graham as they discuss the history of the Machine Gun Corps, and reflect on its impact and legacy, 100 years on from its disbandment.

Event Image

The Hyde Park Bombing

Hear stories from the survivors of the Hyde Park bombing in this special documentary to mark the 40th anniversary of the attack.

Event Image

Irish Service in the British Army

Discover the history of Irish service in the British Army from the 1600s to the present day in this special evening of talks, tours and displays.

Event Image

Tank Tactics in 1916

Join Stephen Pope as he examines how initial tank tactics were developed and how these unproven ideas survived contact with the enemy.

Event Image

The Lighthouse of Stalingrad

Join historian Iain MacGregor as he unpicks the legend of the ‘Lighthouse’, a strategic garrison at the heart of the Battle of Stalingrad.

Event Image

Baby Bouldering Wall

This event is suitable for children aged 2-5

All children must be supervised by an adult at all times

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Climbing Wall

Suitable for Children aged 5+

Children must be accompanied by an adult

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Counterinsurgency: Theory and Reality

Join Daniel Whittingham as he explores the nature of counterinsurgency both in principle and practice.

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