EVENTS AT THE NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM AND QUEEN’S HOUSE, GREENWICH November 2018
A full programme of events for children and adult visitors to the historic Greenwich National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House.
- Don’t miss the celebratory exhibition Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year, 10 years of the world’s best space photography that will display 100 mesmerising space images Until 5 May 2019
- Royal Museums Greenwich is hosting its very first literature festival. Join us for an adventurous weekend packed with talks, performances and workshops.
EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
Mat Collishaw: The Mask of Youth Part II
Mat Collishaw, one of Britain’s most important contemporary artists, unveils new work created in response to the Armada Portrait. Be one of the first to see this fascinating new commission in the historic setting of the Queen’s House, Greenwich. Until February 2019 all ages
LOST IN A BOOK: LITERATURE FESTIVAL
Royal Museums Greenwich is hosting its very first literature festival and the theme is ‘adventure’. A weekend packed with talks, performances and workshops includes real-life adventurers, authors, screenwriters, animators and much more. The festival will not only include chronicles of action and derring-do but will remind audiences of the many ‘adventurous’ ways in which stories can be shared.
Stories In The Dark
Museum after hours and wander through galleries using torchlight and enjoy an evening of adult storytelling. 16 November 2018 National Maritime Museum £14 Adult
Lost in a Book: Weekend events
Events incorporating writers and speakers from award-winning filmmakers and animators, to bestselling authors and noted academics. Children special storytelling sessions and Tamara the Time Traveller. The second day includes talks and workshops featuring modern adventurers, Shakespearean scholars and award-winning novelists. Children can spend time with the story-teller and Tamara the Time Traveller. 17 and 18 November 2018 10.30 – 16.30 National Maritime Museum Free All ages
INDIGENOUS CULTURES FILM SEASON
Three-part film season featuring rarely screened films which reflect Pacific Island, Native American and Inuit cultures. The
event is guest curated by Border Crossings, an organisation that specialises in intercultural arts and platforms indigenous voices. 13, 20, 27 November 2018 19.00 National Maritime Museum, Lecture Theatre £12 Adult
The National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, Royal Observatory Greenwich and Cutty Sark are open daily 10.00?17.00 (last admission 16.30). Cutty Sark’s opening times be subject to change, please see website for details www.rmg.co.uk/cuttysark
The Museum is located a short walk from the Cutty Sark DLR, and Maze Hill and Greenwich train stations. The closest tube stations are North Greenwich (to change to local buses) and Canary Wharf (to change to DLR), both on the Jubilee line.
For updated information prior to visit
www.rmg.co.uk or phone 020 8858 4422.