Speak Out London exhibition
Speak Out London is an LGBTQ+ oral history community project which is creating a contemporary archive. The exhibition reveals stories of LGBTQ+ history, 1395 to the present, from court records to GLC events; medical studies to protest and acts of parliament to campaigns.
This free exhibition, which is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, runs until 24 August during normal LMA opening hours - you can find out more on the Speak Out London Blog.
Somewhere Decent to Live Exhibition
Somewhere Decent to Live: London's Council Estates in Photographs, 1895-1975 is a special exhibition at London Metropolitan Archives during Clerkenwell Design week, running for three days only 24 to 26 May.
LMA staff gather to receive accreditation certificate from Jeff James, Chief Executive of The National Archives.
We run a regular programme of talks, walks, tours, workshops, exhibitions and events, many of which are free.
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