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London's Fashion Alphabet | E - Etui This week in #LondonsFashionAlphabet our curator of making, Danielle Thom uncovers the secrets of 18th century mini spoon transportation in our episode all about etuis!
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London's Fashion Alphabet | F - Flowers #LondonsFashionAlphabet continues and this week it's F, for flowers but these ones are so sweet smelling as they're artificial. A huge business during the Victorian era, flower makers would rush to mimic the fashions of Paris to add to the ...
London's Fashion Alphabet | D - Dolls We continue on our journey through London's Fashion Alphabet at the Museum of London's dress and textile store with the letter D which is for dolls. These Second World War dolls, designed by Moray Thomas, reflect the war time fashions ...
London's Fashion Alphabet | C - Corsets Welcome to the newest episode of #LondonsFashionAlphabet. We won't waist any time in revealing the topic of this week's installment. It's corsets. Join Senior Curator of Fashion & Decorative Arts, Beatrice Behlen as she introduces you to game-changing corset designer: ...
London's Fashion Alphabet | B - Boudoir Caps What does B stand for in the world of #LondonsFashionAlphabet? Why, boudoir caps of course. Take a look at our ornate collection of highly embellished and boudiful caps, which rose in popularity during World War One.
This air raid fashion ...
London's Fashion Alphabet | A - Hardy Amies Welcome to London's Fashion Alphabet - where we go behind the scenes to explore our huge fashion archive at the Museum of London. Each week we'll be covering a different letter all the way from A-Z.
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LGBTQ+ History: Hadrian & Antinous Discover the fascinating and moving story of immortal devotion between these two male Roman icons: Hadrian & Antinous.
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Teachers Guide: Docklands at War Gallery Did you know about the role the Docklands played in the Second World War, and the huge impact the conflict had on the area? If you’re teaching or studying World War Two, our Docklands at War gallery is a must-see. ...
Teachers Guide: London, Sugar & Slavery Gallery Teaching the transatlantic slave trade? The area around the Museum of London Docklands – and even the building itself – have so much to tell us. Discover how a visit to the London, Sugar & Slavery gallery at the Museum ...
Could we unbury the Tyburn and Effra rivers? | Museum of London A group called Platform and the Tyburn Angling Society would love to see some of London's lost rivers unburied. These groups believe the Effra in Brixton and the Tyburn in Mayfair could one day see the light of day. Would ...
5/5 Adding Puppet Personality | Puppetry Training Academy You've got the puppet, you've got the team, now let's add some personality. Join Moth Physical Theatre as they guide you through puppetry personalities. Add gestures and a backstory to become a puppet expert.
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4/5 Puppet Teamwork | Puppetry Training Academy It takes three puppeteers to bring just one of these puppets to life - so teamwork is vital! Join Moth Physical Theatre as they guide you though what it takes to work together to bring your Bunraku-style puppet to life. ...
3/5 The Rules of Puppetry | Puppetry Training Academy Puppeteers! Take a look as London's Moth Physical Theatre show you the three basic things that good puppetry relies on. Who knew it was so simple?
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1/5 What is Bunraku-style Puppetry? | Puppetry Training Academy We're going to train you to become a Bunraku-style puppetry expert! Join Moth Physical Theatre, a London-based, female-led puppet company. They specialise in Children's theatre and are going to teach you how to bring ANYTHING to life as a puppet.
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2/5 How To Make A Puppet | Puppetry Training Academy Join London's Moth Physical Theatre company as they show you how to make your own puppet! You don't need any fancy materials, grab whatever you can find and follow this easy how-to guide at home. You'll be putting on your ...
Beasts of London | The capital's animal history Step into a tour through London’s history, narrated by the animals who once lived here. Buy tickets: http://bit.ly/2w1Foh6
Beasts of London at the Museum of London explores the fascinating role animals have played in shaping the capital. Be guided through ...
Museum of London | Celebrity Beasts of London We go behind the scenes of #BeastsofLondon as Brian Blessed, Nish Kumar, Angellica Bell and Joe Pasquale record their animal characters. Read more about the other celebrities including Kate Moss and their associated animals: http://bit.ly/2TNFKBy
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London's lost view: the Prévost panorama Take a closer look at this stunning 20 feet wide panorama of London, painted around 1815 by the French artist Pierre Prévost.
Painted as the Napoleonic Wars drew to a close, the panorama is provides a 360° view of London ...
Museum of Rohan | Exploring Clerkenwell Join Rohan Silva, Founder of Second Home, as he takes a walk through Clerkenwell's history with Alex Werner, Lead Curator for our new museum, which will be housed at the site of Smithfield Market.
Rohan explores the area's rich design ...

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