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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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Journeys of Recovery

Hear from three former soldiers as they discuss the personal journeys they have been on to rebuild their lives after suffering physical and mental injuries in the line of duty.

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Captured Behind Japanese Lines: A Chindit’s Story

Daniel Berke recounts the story of his grandfather, a member of the Chindits who was captured by Japanese forces in Burma.

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'Pampered Darlings': The Story of Operation Union

Dr Daniel Cowling investigates the experiences of the first British families who moved to Germany after the Second World War as part of Operation Union.

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Embroidery Course: Sweetheart Cushions

Elevate your embroidery skills in this exclusive two-day course led by experts from Hand & Lock, London;s premier embroidery house.

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Ukraine: One Year On

Join a panel of experts as they reflect on the current war in Ukraine and its potential legacy.

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Ukraine: One Year On

Join a panel of experts as they reflect on the current war in Ukraine and its potential legacy.

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The Women Who Flew for Hitler

Join Clare Mulley as she examines the lives of two female pilots, offering a fascinating insight into Nazi Germany and its attitudes to women, class and race.

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The Rise and Fall of the New Model Army

Paul Lay discusses the dramatic years of the New Model Army, from the civil wars to the restoration of the monarchy.

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Negotiating Nursing

Join Dr Jane Brooks as she discusses the working conditions for nurses on active service during the Second World War.

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Britain's Soldiers in Iraq: A Long View

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, a panel of experts will discuss the British Army’s historic presence in the Middle East and reflect on the role this sense of history played in decision making.

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Iraq 2003: The Road to War

Twenty years on, Justin Maciejewski looks back at the British Army's preparations for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

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Sounds of War: Music in the British Armed Forces During the Great War

Join Dr Emma Hanna as she explores the use of music and its wide-ranging importance to the British armed forces during the First World War.

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Remembering the First World War: Walking Tour

Join Ruth Polling as she highlights some of the ways we remember the First World War on this guided tour of Chelsea and the surrounding area.

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The British Army in Germany: BSL Tour

Join expert guide Edward Richards for a British Sign Language (BSL) tour examining the relationship between the people of Germany and the British Army following the Second World War.

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Brighton Pavilion: Members Excursion

Join us for an exclusive members-only excursion to the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, exploring its fascinating history as an Indian Army hospital during the First World War.

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British Military Panoramas

Join Professor Ian Beckett as he explores the now forgotten phenomenon of panorama paintings.

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Still Life Course: Victorian Army

Develop your fine art skills with this two-day still-life course led by experts from London Fine Art Studios.

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Crafting Ceremony: Military Uniforms

Discover the skill involved in creating the military uniforms which make British pageantry so distinctive. Hear what these uniforms mean to the soldiers who wear them and view items from our collection, not normally on display to the public.

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Embroidery Course: Goldwork

Elevate your skills during London Craft Week on this two-day course led by experts from Hand & Lock, London's premier embroidery house.

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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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Journeys of Recovery

Hear from three former soldiers as they discuss the personal journeys they have been on to rebuild their lives after suffering physical and mental injuries in the line of duty.

Event Image

Captured Behind Japanese Lines: A Chindit’s Story

Daniel Berke recounts the story of his grandfather, a member of the Chindits who was captured by Japanese forces in Burma.

Event Image

'Pampered Darlings': The Story of Operation Union

Dr Daniel Cowling investigates the experiences of the first British families who moved to Germany after the Second World War as part of Operation Union.

Event Image

Embroidery Course: Sweetheart Cushions

Elevate your embroidery skills in this exclusive two-day course led by experts from Hand & Lock, London;s premier embroidery house.

Event Image

Ukraine: One Year On

Join a panel of experts as they reflect on the current war in Ukraine and its potential legacy.

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Ukraine: One Year On

Join a panel of experts as they reflect on the current war in Ukraine and its potential legacy.

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The Women Who Flew for Hitler

Join Clare Mulley as she examines the lives of two female pilots, offering a fascinating insight into Nazi Germany and its attitudes to women, class and race.

Event Image

The Rise and Fall of the New Model Army

Paul Lay discusses the dramatic years of the New Model Army, from the civil wars to the restoration of the monarchy.

Event Image

Negotiating Nursing

Join Dr Jane Brooks as she discusses the working conditions for nurses on active service during the Second World War.

Event Image

Britain's Soldiers in Iraq: A Long View

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, a panel of experts will discuss the British Army’s historic presence in the Middle East and reflect on the role this sense of history played in decision making.

Event Image

Iraq 2003: The Road to War

Twenty years on, Justin Maciejewski looks back at the British Army's preparations for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Event Image

Sounds of War: Music in the British Armed Forces During the Great War

Join Dr Emma Hanna as she explores the use of music and its wide-ranging importance to the British armed forces during the First World War.

Event Image

Remembering the First World War: Walking Tour

Join Ruth Polling as she highlights some of the ways we remember the First World War on this guided tour of Chelsea and the surrounding area.

Event Image

The British Army in Germany: BSL Tour

Join expert guide Edward Richards for a British Sign Language (BSL) tour examining the relationship between the people of Germany and the British Army following the Second World War.

Event Image

Brighton Pavilion: Members Excursion

Join us for an exclusive members-only excursion to the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, exploring its fascinating history as an Indian Army hospital during the First World War.

Event Image

British Military Panoramas

Join Professor Ian Beckett as he explores the now forgotten phenomenon of panorama paintings.

Event Image

Still Life Course: Victorian Army

Develop your fine art skills with this two-day still-life course led by experts from London Fine Art Studios.

Event Image

Crafting Ceremony: Military Uniforms

Discover the skill involved in creating the military uniforms which make British pageantry so distinctive. Hear what these uniforms mean to the soldiers who wear them and view items from our collection, not normally on display to the public.

Event Image

Embroidery Course: Goldwork

Elevate your skills during London Craft Week on this two-day course led by experts from Hand & Lock, London's premier embroidery house.

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