WHAT'S HAPPENING, LONDON?
MARCH 2017 and BEYOND

 

MUSEUM OF LONDON DOCKLANDS - NEW EXHIBITION ARCHAELOGY OF CROSSRAIL 

Thousands of archaeological objects from the Mesolithic period to today have been unearthed during the building of Crossrail beneath central London's streets. Now the Docklands Museum displays displaced human history while these newly bored tunnels are being fitted out with bespoke machines laying tracks and concreting as we speak

 

NEW MUSEUM - THE CHARTERHOUSE -Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6AN

The Charterhouse built in the 14th century has seen its role evolve from burial ground to monastery to Tudor mansion house to school to almshouse which is it is today. At last it has opebned its doors to the public and entrance to the museuem is free. The "Brothers" (there are women now, too) housed in the old almshouses do special tours and charge a booking fee.  

 

NEW GALLERIES

SID MOTION GALLERY 142, YORK WAY  N1 0AX  - A stone's throw from the Granary/Central St Martins/University of the Arts

Get there before April 8th to see Nathan Eastwood's take on early 20th Century oil paintings of London and Londoners. "My England" is in the new Sid Motion Gallery that looks a promising addition to an overflowing art attack in the regenerated Kings Cross Central - North London's answer to QEOP.

 

THE LEVER GALLERY 153-7 GOSWELL ROAD EC1V 7HD - Five minutes walk south from Angel Underground Station 

Just ended its fab pop, pulp and high art in the Sixties exhibition entitled "Smoking Guns" run out. Expectations high for the next Big thing ....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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