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Emilia Bassano Laura Miller explores the life of Emilia Bassano, born on the eastern edge of the City of London in 1569. She was the daughter of Baptiste Bassano, a migrant musician who had travelled from Venice to play at the court ...
City of London Police Museum Virtual Tour Introduction This is the first in a series of video tours around the City of London Police Museum, focusing on how the City of London was policed in the medieval period and later centuries, and how it was established as an ...
Reading Lamia – Laila Sumpton: a response to La Belle Dame Sans Merci To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Keats's final book, 'Lamia, etc', the Keats House Poets have created original poetry as a response to their favourite Keats poem. Laila Sumpton has chosen 'La Belle Dame sans Merci'.
Laila ...
Reading Lamia - Laila Sumpton: La Belle Dame Sans Merci Keats’s third and final volume of poetry, 'Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems', was published in 1820, and contains many of the poems for which Keats is best known today, including the odes written in spring ...
'La Belle Dame sans Merci' by Dr Anna Mercer ‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci: A Ballad’ was first published in The Indicator on 10 May 1820. To mark 200 years since the publication of one of Keats’s finest poems, Keats House are presenting a series of short online lectures ...
'La Belle Dame sans Merci' by Professor Kelvin Everest La Belle Dame Sans Merci: A Ballad’ was first published in The Indicator on 10 May 1820. To mark 200 years since the publication of one of Keats’s finest poems, Keats House are presenting a series of short online lectures ...
'La Belle Dame Sans Merci' by Dr Tess Somervell La Belle Dame Sans Merci: A Ballad’ was first published in The Indicator on 10 May 1820. To mark 200 years since the publication of one of Keats’s finest poems, Keats House are presenting a series of short online lectures ...
Take a tour of the City of London Distillery The City of London Distillery welcome you back with a behind-the-scenes tour of where the magic happens and share their favourite cocktail made with their award-winning gins.
Food and drink in Roman London Join the Billingsgate Roman House and Baths team as they discuss the evidence for food and drink in Roman London compared to the rest of the Roman Empire. From artefacts to buildings, the evidence in the chemical signature of the ...
The Work of Giants: Rebecca Stott on writing a novel set in the ruined city... Novelist and historian Rebecca Stott, winner of the Costa Prize for Biography 2017 for her memoir In the Days of Rain, talks about writing her latest novel set in the sixth century in the ruined city of Londinium. She will ...

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