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Monday, 20 January 2020
The Cinema Museum - The Truman Show (1998), Gothique Film Society, People That Time Forgot (1977), Return of Dana Gillespie, Celluloid Closet (1995)
The Postal Museum hosts a late-night adult only opening of Mail Rail on Valentine’s Day. All aboard the love train!
Couples can get cosy on The Postal Museum’s very own Love Train (aka Mail Rail) with a complimentary glass of prosecco and then discover love stories from their 500-year-old archive.
There are lessons in love as the museum’s curators reveal romantic letters between long distance lovers, secret messages and on the less romantic side ‘Vinegar Valentines’ sent by cheeky Victorians. Visitors will be encouraged to get creative and write a letter to a loved one (romantic or otherwise) at a letter writing station.
Who wouldn’t want to share the love? Visitors can help to combat loneliness by creating, writing and sending a non-romantic valentine’s card to a stranger with charity Kindness by Post.
Ticket costs £25 per person and includes:
- A complimentary drink of prosecco on arrival (soft drink alternative available)
- A ride on Mail Rail
- A cash bar will be available throughout the evening for guests to purchase drinks
Times and dates
Friday Late: Valentines at Mail Rail will take place on Friday 14 February 2020 between 18:30-20:30. For full details and to book visit postalmuseum.org/
Six paintings, six galleries, one world first
Join us for a special series of Facebook lives this week as experts from across the world virtually reunite Titian’s ‘poesie’ paintings for the first time.
Uncover the stories behind every extraordinary artwork with broadcasts from the Prado, Apsley House, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Wallace Collection.
Catch the first one live tonight at 6.15pm with curators from the National Gallery and the National Galleries of Scotland.
Monday 20 January – Friday 24 January
'Titian: Love, Desire, Death'
Opens 16 March
Opens 16 March
What You'll Get
Circular Hop-On Hop-Off Cruise on the River Thames for Adult or Child at Circular Cruise Westminster (Up to 45% Off)
What You'll Get
Saturday, 18 January 2020
£149 instead of £199 for a return coach trip to Paris on valentine's day with entry to Disneyland® Paris and a photo opportunity at the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe from Coach Innovations - save 25%
£25 instead of £50 for a cocktail afternoon tea for two people, £37.50 for three people or £49.95 for four at Revolution - go any day of the week, choose from 56 UK locations and save up to 50%
Chinese New Year family festival
Join us in celebrating the year of the rat with a fun-packed day of family activities. From creating your own zodiac top trumps to watching a colourful children's dance, there's fun for the whole family to enjoy.
More in January
Take part in interactive music, storytelling, dance, or messy art activities, and explore a different painting each week. For babies, toddlers and their grown-ups.
Every Wednesday during term-time
Delve into the mind of the artist behind the masterpiece. Try out techniques used by Leonardo da Vinci to record his ideas and inventions. Fun for the whole family.
Sunday 19 January
February half-term sorted!
This half-term transform the studio through line and colour. Take a look at past paintings through the eyes of a modern artist. For families, under 5s.
Monday 17 February, free drop-in