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Geffrye Museum Oct 18
We're looking forward to a creative, crafty Christmas at the Geffrye! Booking is open for favourites including our popular Greenery workshop - take a look at what's coming!
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Geffrye Museum Oct 16
Found in the garden area behind our art rooms, this late C18th/early 19th ceramic fragment has the mark of George III and could be from a chamber pot but we're not sure. Does anybody have an idea of what else it could be?
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Geffrye Museum Oct 16
Replying to @bugbug_bug
thanks Maxine - it's great to hear that you enjoyed it!
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Geffrye Museum Oct 15
In December 1714 the first 43 pensioners moved into the Geffrye . This Wednesday you can take a tour inside + get a glimpse into the lives of its former residents
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Geffrye Museum Oct 15
Thanks to everyone who came down on Saturday and enjoyed our Hoxton Harvest Ceilidh! We had a great time and the weather was wonderful - here's a few photos from the day
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St MarysSecretGarden Oct 12
These gorgeous crafted items will be on sale at the Hoxton Harvest Ceilidh tomorrow along with our yummy herbs and chutneys and beautiful houseplants!
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Geffrye Museum Oct 12
Yesterday the Comms team were given a quick site tour - exciting to see what's happening
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The Big Draw® Oct 11
Have you taken part in the world’s largest drawing festival yet? The Museum has a great series of Sound Sketch Express Trails celebrating Festival! Explore the gardens, invent games, make audio drawings and have FUN ✏️ >>
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Dr Romany Reagan Oct 11
Join me this Sat night in chapel for an after-dark talk on how the used beautiful ‘morbid oddities’ to house grief & memories, giving beauty & structure to loss. ☠️ In partnership w/ the
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Geffrye Museum Oct 11
Do you enjoy interacting with people and making them feel welcome? Our Development team would love your help at our annual drinks reception. You can find out more and accept the challenge here:
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Geffrye Museum Oct 11
A big thanks to Hackney Today for highlighting our Hoxton Harvest Ceilidh this Saturday!
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RIBA Oct 10
BREAKING: London by wins 2018 RIBA for UK’s best new building. Sponsored by . Photo: Nigel Young
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Geffrye Museum Oct 11
Make this Saturday a Geffrye day! Dance a Ceilidh, enjoy live music, crafts+ outdoor games, photo booth selfies, hot cider+street food, go back in time with an almshouse visit + take part in a Sound Express trail for Celebrate autumn with us!
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ASSC / Birkbeck Oct 10
Centre for Studies of Home postgraduate study day coming up - 7 Nov 2018. Great opportunity for any students researching domestic space & related topics few days left to submit abstracts
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Geffrye Museum Oct 9
This Saturday 11-5 the sun will be shining in Hoxton for our free autumn all-ages celebration with London’s finest band Fiddle Paradiddle, autumnal crafts, games, hot mulled cider + delicious food from The Cheese Truck. Join us on the front lawns!
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Annie Gray Oct 9
Xmas pudding alert! Me, myself, and a table full of dried fruit which YOU get to make into a pudding. 22nd Nov at the very lovely museum.
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Geffrye Museum Oct 9
Replying to @ros_croe
Thanks for getting the word out - we're so happy the weather's looking good for Saturday, a perfect autumn day for the Ceilidh!
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Geffrye Museum Oct 9
Hi Beth - the trail is on now in the front gardens and the Big Audio Drawing Game on 26-28 October will be in our Georgian room
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Geffrye Museum Oct 8
Replying to @DaisysBerlin
Yes it should be a great evening - Michele Roberts is a wonderful novelist and it's such an interesting topic!
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Geffrye Museum Oct 8
Why are some houses more welcoming than others? Can the echoes of lives contained in our homes whisper down to us + affect our experience of living in them? Come to a talk on Wednesday when novelist Michele Roberts will explore these themes
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