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Treason: People, Power & Plot opens this weekend

Our major new exhibition, Treason: People, Power & Plot, opens this weekend featuring some of the most iconic documents from key moments of intrigue,...

Tags: events, exhibition, guy fawkes, plot; treason, power, Treason: People

Our exhibition Treason: People, Power & Plot opens on 5 November

We all think we know the story of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot, perhaps the most famous case of treason remembered today. But in an unprecedented...

Tags: events, exhibition, Gunpowder Plot, guy fawkes, Power & Plot, treason, Treason: People

Step back in time with our 1920s evening at the 43 Club

Get ready for a trip back to the glitz and glamour of London’s hottest 1920s underground spot, The 43 Club, courtesy of our late event on 20 May. Join...

Tags: 1920s, 1921 census, 20sPeople, events, The 1920s:Beyond the Roar

Kate Williams, Amber Butchart, and Mel Backe-Hansen join our 20sPeople season of online talks

We can today announce more details of the online events programme as part of our 20sPeople season marking this month's publication of the 1921 Census. Historians...

Tags: 1921 census, 20sPeople, events, The 1920s:Beyond the Roar

Tickets now available for Meet the Author series

This autumn, we will be launching Meet the Author, a brand new programme of free online talks with high-profile authors. From raising a queen to cracking...

Tags: events, Meet the Author, online events

1657: Rebel Christmas

From 27 November to 4 January, join us at The National Archives for a unique festive offering this season. Exploring the centuries-old traditions forced...

Tags: bookshop, christmas, education, events, exhibition, what's on

Celebrating volunteers across the capital

Last night we welcomed volunteers from the museum and archive sectors for the London Heritage Volunteer Awards. We were the first archive to host the awards,...

Tags: archives, awards, cataloguing projects, events, museums, national maritime museum, transparent papers

DCDC19: Call for Papers

We are now inviting proposals for our seventh annual Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities (DCDC) conference, organised jointly with Research...

Tags: academic research, archives, conferences, DCDC, DCDC19, digital, events, rluk

Book your place at our pre-modern Ireland symposium, 21–23 March

On 21–23 March this year, The National Archives will host Dominus Hibernie/Rex Hiberniae: pre-modern Ireland, 1200–1801. Over three days at this major,...

Tags: academic research, Ambassador of Ireland, events, Ireland, March 2019, pre-modern Ireland, research, Symposium