Escaped African American slaves and freedom fighters Ellen and William Craft have been honoured with a blue plaque in Hammersmith this week.
A community research project seeking to re-interpret Chiswick House’s collections through a wider lens has been launched, coinciding with Black History Month.
The Natural History Museum in Kensington is running public tours of its spirit collections, which are normally inaccessible to the
The 22nd of August marks 230 years since the start of the Haitian Revolution, the only slave revolt to succeed
The Van Gogh immersive exhibition opened in Shoreditch in July and offers a glimpse into the world of the famous
Co-op has confirmed a mosaic sign uncovered by workmen at the Wimbledon Chase branch will be restored after a councillor’s
The Natural History Museum in Kensington has opened a new exhibit examining the past, present and future of the human impact on the world.
An appeal for public submissions has been made in the effort to preserve the iconic red telephone kiosks found around
A study examining how children play in the pandemic is collecting records from children for a future museum archive.
Brixton in 1981 was a world apart from the rest of Britain. Reggae music livened every street corner, activism and
Britain’s first and only black, licensed radio station celebrated its 31st anniversary yesterday with a Blue Plaque. A Blue Plaque