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Meet Astronaut Helen Sharman At The Science Museum

Meet Astronaut Helen Sharman At The Science Museum

Event marks 25 years since her journey into space. | By Laura Reynolds
FREE: Imperial Festival Features Horseless Carriages And Mechanical Dragon

FREE: Imperial Festival Features Horseless Carriages And Mechanical Dragon

Dozens of free tech-focused events at Imperial College. | By M@
Royal Albert Hall Launches First Film Festival

Royal Albert Hall Launches First Film Festival

A celebration of magic of the movies and cinema’s most stunning scores. | By Zoe Craig
Game Of Thrones Costumes, Cocktail Shakers And Calligraphy: It's London Craft Week

Game Of Thrones Costumes, Cocktail Shakers And Calligraphy: It's London Craft Week

Indulge in a cornucopia of crafty goodness. | By Zoe Craig
Dip Into Roman London This Weekend With A Tour Of Hidden Ruins

Dip Into Roman London This Weekend With A Tour Of Hidden Ruins

See the ancient bath house hiding beneath the City. | By M@
Stephen Hawking And Lauren Laverne Share A Stage At TEDxLondon

Stephen Hawking And Lauren Laverne Share A Stage At TEDxLondon

Science Museum hosts beautiful minds. | By M@
Is This The UK's Biggest Ever Festival Of Ideas And Discovery?

Is This The UK's Biggest Ever Festival Of Ideas And Discovery?

New Scientist Live is coming to ExCeL. | By M@
Is Gentrification Always Bad? Talk Seeks To Find Out

Is Gentrification Always Bad? Talk Seeks To Find Out

Debate the hottest topic in London. | By Londonist
Explore The A To Z Of London At London Transport Museum's Depot

Explore The A To Z Of London At London Transport Museum's Depot

Book now for the next LTM Depot Open Weekend. | By Londonist
Free And Cheap London Events: 18-24 April 2016

Free And Cheap London Events: 18-24 April 2016

Bit cash strapped? We've things to do for under £5. | By Londonist
Have Cake With The Great British Bake Off Winner

Have Cake With The Great British Bake Off Winner

Nadiya Hussain shares her secrets. | By Laura Reynolds
Why Don't Animals Have Wheels?

Why Don't Animals Have Wheels?

And other peculiar questions answered at the RI. | By M@
See Streetcat Bob In An Evening For Charity

See Streetcat Bob In An Evening For Charity

Everyone loves this ginger moggie. | By Londonist Staff
Nerd Nite: The Most Eclectic Evening In Town

Nerd Nite: The Most Eclectic Evening In Town

Quantum mechanics, vintage tech and Nepalese family life. | By M@
See Sadiq Speak

See Sadiq Speak

Mayoral candidate in conversation with New Statesman editor. | By Londonist Staff
Find Out When We'll Be Getting A Star Trek Warp Drive

Find Out When We'll Be Getting A Star Trek Warp Drive

Royal Observatory on the tech of Trek. | By M@
Hear Confessions Of A Railway Romantic At London Transport Museum

Hear Confessions Of A Railway Romantic At London Transport Museum

Novelist Andrew Martin presents a nostalgic night out. | By Londonist
World's Most Boring Conference Returns To London

World's Most Boring Conference Returns To London

Tickets strangely expected to go fast. | By Will Noble
Join Top Authors For A Celebration Of London Literature

Join Top Authors For A Celebration Of London Literature

The London Library marks 175 years in style. | By Londonist
Hear The Story Of The Tube's Typeface Genius At London Transport Museum

Hear The Story Of The Tube's Typeface Genius At London Transport Museum

How a failed medical student founded 20th century calligraphy. | By Londonist
North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

A day of free events in Hendon. | By Laura Reynolds
The Curious Case Of Elizabeth Canning

The Curious Case Of Elizabeth Canning

One of 18th century London's biggest mysteries. | By Laura Reynolds
See Ben Judah Discuss His Acclaimed Book This Is London

See Ben Judah Discuss His Acclaimed Book This Is London

Writer appears at Conway Hall in April. | By Londonist
Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Shoreditch was London's first Theatreland. | By M@