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Suffragette City now open

‘Suffragette City’, an exhibition and immersive experience taking place at the London Pavilion in Piccadilly, opens today. The National Archives...

Tags: national trust, representation of the people act, suffrage, suffragette, suffragette city, Suffragettes, vote 100, votes for women

Bank of England Archive Accreditation

On Friday 2 March, Chief Executive and Keeper of The National Archives, Jeff James, presented the Bank of England archive with their accreditation certificate. Presenting...

Tags: Andy Haldane, Archive Accreditation, bank of england, business archive, jeff james, Threadneedle Street

Domesday loan to British Library exhibition

The National Archives will loan the iconic Domesday to the British Library later this year for its Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition. Commissioned by...

Tags: Anglo-Saxon, British LIbrary, Domesday, Domesday book, exhibition, exhibition loans, william the conqueror

Archives at Night: “Law breakers, law makers” tickets on sale now

Join us for a night of suffrage celebration, entertainment and… jiu jitsu! For our Archives at Night event taking place on Friday 18 May 2018, we...

Tags: archives at night, suffrage, suffrage 100, Suffragettes, vote 100

‘Suffrage Tales’ film premiere

A stop-motion animation about the women’s suffrage movement created by a group of 14 teenagers using records held at The National Archives had its debut...

Tags: animation, education, film, suffrage, suffrage 100, suffrage centenary, vote 100, votes for women

New digital training scheme awarded £720,600 from Heritage Lottery Fund

The National Archives has been awarded £720,600 to create 24 new digital traineeships following a successful bid for National Lottery funding from the...

Tags: archives, digital, digital archives, traineeships

Call for papers: DCDC18

The National Archives and Research Libraries UK invite submissions for this year’s Discovering Collections Discovering Communities (DCDC) conference,...

Tags: academic research, archives, DCDC

Suffragette City: Tickets on sale for new immersive experience

Suffragette City runs at the London Pavilion, Piccadilly Circus, from 8 to 25 March

Tags: events, national trust, suffrage, suffrage 100, suffrage centenary, suffragette, Suffragettes, vote 100, votes for women

Collaborative project announced to recreate Public Record of Ireland

The National Archives is one of four partners supporting a ground-breaking project to digitally reconstruct the building and contents of the Public...

Tags: 3D virtual reality model, archival theory, Beyond 2022, digital technology, history, Public Record Office of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin

Pop-up dance inspired by The National Archives’ records marks 100 years of suffrage

This morning at Victoria Station, 100 years of women’s suffrage was marked with a unique pop-up dance inspired by records held at The National Archives. The...

Tags: equal franchise, equal franchise act, representation of the people act, suffrage, Suffragettes, vote100, votes for women, voting reform

National Theatre is 100th archive to receive accreditation

Chief Executive and Keeper of The National Archives, Jeff James presented the National Theatre Archive with their accreditation certificate on Friday 2...

Tags: archive service accreditation

Suffrage 100 web portal goes live

We are launching a dedicated Suffrage 100 web portal to mark 100 years since some of the first women were given the vote. This year we are hosting...

Tags: equal franchise act, representation of the people act, suffrage, vote 100, votes for women, voting reform

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