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Portrait Exhibition Soldiery at the National Army Museum

Soldiery has been a two year project aimed at capturing the tradition, history and diversity of the modern British Army. General Sir James Everard and Rory Lewis will be giving a talk about the project on 31st January and there will be a chance to view the portraits first hand.

Added by Region: London on 09 Jan 2018

Arthur Edwards MBE - Presentation in aid of Saint Francis Hospice

On 26th January, Arthur Edwards will be giving a unique insight into his life’s work photographing the Royal Family for the Sun newspaper. Details of tickets, follow the link below.

Added by Region: London on 30 Dec 2017

An Elizabethan Progress

An Elizabethan Progress, a play on the description of Elizabeth the First’s visits with her entourage to various noble’s mansions, is probably the first book in the modern photobook form to be published by the RPS. The idea for the book was inspired by Crossrail, the £15 Billion new east-to-west rail system due for completion at end-2018.

Added by Region: London on 07 Dec 2017

The Everyday Heroines

Launched on Women’s International Day 2017, the Everyday Heroines photography award invited photographers to record the lives of ordinary women who performed extraordinary deeds around the world.

Added by Region: London on 04 Dec 2017

POP: A Life In Music and Pictures

Brian Griffin Hon FRPS in conversation with Terry Rawlings about his new book ‘POP: A Life In Music and Pictures’.

Added by Region: London on 18 Nov 2017

Thames Lens Winners

The winners are coming thick and fast! Congratulations to Iggy Tavares, one of the regular members of our London Naturally walks group, who entered the Thames Lens Festival and won the Port of London Authority section for his image "Another Time's View Across the Thames".

Added by Region: London on 27 Oct 2017

London Region Members' Exhibition Launched

The First London Region Exhibition of Members work was launched at the Croatian Embassy last night and can be viewed until mid-November Mon-Thu from 11am to 2.00pm and on Fridays from 10.00am to noon.

Added by Region: London on 26 Oct 2017

Crossness Pumping Station


The Crossness Engines Trust is holding an Open Day this Sunday for members of the public to wonder at the amazing machines which literally saved London from sinking under sewage, after the ‘Great Stink’ of 1858, when the Houses of Parliament became so smelly that the members demanded action.

Added by Region: London on 11 Oct 2017


'THIRTEEN' – a group of professional and accomplished amateur photographers with many awards, and with solo and group exhibitions to their credit – are known for their idiosyncratic approach to photography. This is their second appearance at Lauderdale House in an exhibition which runs until 27th October.

Added by Region: London on 10 Oct 2017

Three very diverse cultural experiences.

Yesterday, for Celebrating London, I did three very diverse cultural things.

Added by Region: London on 09 Oct 2017