Tower Of London
- Telephone 0844 482 7777
- Website www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/
There are 13 events at this location
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Animals at the Tower
During half-term (22 - 30 October 2016), families visiting the Historic Palaces can explore biology and botany from across the globe and develop their drawing skills at the same time. The 'Wonderful World' activities are taking place at the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace. At the Tower of…
British Sign Language Activities
Learn about a thousand years of history at the ancient fortress through a BSL interpreter.
Sat 19 Nov
Ceremony Of The Keys
The locking of the tower is a 700 year old tradition. The ceremony is still relevant as the fortress houses the crown jewels. Tickets are free, but booking is essential.
Fri 28 Oct
Sat 29 Oct
Sun 30 Oct
Choir Of The Chapels Royal
Colm Carey directs the choir, with harpist Helen Sharp, in a varied and colourful programme of music for Advent and Christmas, including Britten's iconic Ceremony Of Carols and the evocative Coventry Carol.
Drawn At The Tower With Art Macabre
A drawing session for adults to explore the 1,000-year history of the Tower. Themes include tales of martyrdom, fashion and royal jewels.
Wed 16 Nov
Mon 12 Dec
Drawn At The Tower With Art Macabre: Echoes And Shadows
Explore chiaroscuro techniques with guest artist Frank Gambino and capture shadows and sketch England's finest example of Norman architecture inside the Romanesque chapel of St John the Evangelist in the White Tower.
Mon 12 Dec
£24 ( £20) / 0844 482 7777
An intimate performance by the vocal ensemble of pieces that reflect the medieval history of the location. Works include Joanne Metcalf's Il Nome Del Bel Fior Part 1 Anon, John Dunstaple's Beata Mater, Leonel Power Beata progenies and several centuries old anonymous works.
In The Light Of Gloriana Conference
The Gloriana Society's inaugural biannual conference on Nov 18-20, 2016 at the Tower of London will feature 70 scholarly presentations from graduate students, early career researchers, and established academics from around the world. The presentations will be on a wide range of topics relating to the Elizabethan era…
Fri 18 Nov
Sat 19 Nov
Jewish History of the Tower
A panel of experts discusses the role of the Tower of London in Jewish history.
Joglaresa: Caroles Of Nunnes And Roses
Belinda Sykes directs the established British medieval ensemble, in a performance of nowells, wassails and Christmas lullabies, including the Nuns of Chester Christmas lullaby.
Migration and Mobility
A panel of experts discusses the importance of London for migrants throughout history.
Colm Carey directs the vocal ensemble in a Tudor celebration of Advent and Christmas, with a performance of Thomas Tallis's Puer Natus Est: A Boy Is Born and Videte Miraculum, interspersed with readings.
White Tower Tours
A tour of the Tower of London's oldest medieval building. Learn about the Chapel of St John the Evangelist and hear stories about some of the people that walked within its walls.