Monday, 5 June 2017

British Library - A new free exhibition and our summer events – your news for June

Gay UK: Love, Law and Liberty is now open 

1895, the trial of Oscar Wilde. 2017, the pardoning of gay men by the ‘Alan Turing Law’. How far have we come in 122 years? Hear the stories of gay men and women in our new free exhibition.
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Get your summer on with our new events 

Summer highlights include the return of Africa Writes, celebrating the freedom to read with Banned Books Week, and speakers like Michael Palin and Vivienne Westwood. Priority booking to Members now open (general release: 8 June).
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New Adult Learning Courses 

Learn to let your readers in with our Interactive Fiction Summer School, consider different perspectives on Illustration or Illumination, or uncover your past on our Genealogy in Focus course.
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A Passage to India: Shipboard Life 

We recently acquired the journal of Henry Nicholetts written during his voyage to Calcutta in 1855. Join us for A Passage to India: Shipboard Life to hear more about his shipboard experiences and those of other voyagers to India.
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Grow your business using the cloud 

Get top tips from Microsoft on how cloud technology can boost your business in this free and interactive webinar.
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