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  • From 'Death: A Self-Portrait' – © Wellcome Library, London

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  • Wandering Moon', shadow installation 2013 – © Wellcome Images, Courtesy B-Floor Theatre/Wandering Moon

  • Shoichi KOGA, "Seitenmodoki" – © Wellcome Images

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  • 'Monster Soup...' by William Heath – © Wellcome Library, London

  • Dana Salvo, From the series 'The Day, the Night and the Dead' – © Clark Gallery, courtesy Wellcome Collection

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  • Address:

    183
    Wellcome Collection Euston Rd
    London
    NW1 2BE

  • Venue phone:

    020 7611 2222

  • Venue website:

    www.wellcomecollection.org

  • Opening hours:

    Galleries: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat 10am-6pm; Thur 10am-8pm; Sun 11am-6pm Library: Mon-Wed, Fri 10am-6pm; Thur 10am-8pm; Sat 10am-4pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Euston/Euston Square/Warren St Rail: Euston/St Pancras

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A Long Table on Why Sex Matters

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Inspired by Marleen Gorris's 1995 feminist fairytale 'Antonia's Line', Lois Weaver has created a perfomance-driven roundtable discussion and dinner party installation. The project aims to bring people with common interests together to make dialogue that...

A Long Table

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Inspired by Marleen Gorris's 1995 feminist fairytale 'Antonia's Line', Lois Weaver has created a perfomance-driven roundtable discussion and dinner party installation. The project aims to bring people with common interests together to make dialogue that...

Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime

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Our picture may be somewhat skewed as a result of compulsive viewing of various TV crime series but, every which way you carefully inspect it, forensics is a damn cool use of science. This exhibition of original evidence, archival material, photographs,...

Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime
  1. Thu Feb 26 – Sun Jun 21
  2. Wellcome Collection
  3. Free
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Graphic Sex

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Comics, graphic novels and other illustrated media have always had a unique way of portraying sexuality and gender. This afternoon discussion looks at how such topics are communicated in everything from Aubrey Beardsley's 'Lysistrata' to Adam Hughes'...

Packed Lunch: Cell Communication

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Fancy packing your lunchtime with more than a clingfilmed cheese and pickle sandwich? At these monthly lunchtime discussions organised by the Wellcome Collection local scientists talk about their most recent work, explaining everything from what it’s...

Packed Lunch: Cell Communication

Packed Lunch: Child Health

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Fancy packing your lunchtime with more than a clingfilmed cheese and pickle sandwich? At these monthly lunchtime discussions organised by the Wellcome Collection local scientists talk about their most recent work, explaining everything from what it’s...

Packed Lunch: Child Health

The Institute of Sexology

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The Wellcome Collection's newly expanded gallery space will open with a wink and a blush with The Institute of Sexology, an exhibition that brings together the great pioneers of the study of sex. More than 200 pieces of art, erotica, photography and ethnography...

The Institute of Sexology
  1. Until Sun Sep 20
  2. Wellcome Collection
  3. Free
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Val McDermid in Conversation

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To accompany the Wellcome's 'Forensics' exhibition crime writer Val McDermid has published a book which delves into the mysteries and complexities of forensic science. Here she will talk to author and journalist Erica Wagner about the book, which includes...

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Eleanor

An excellent collection full of interesting and informative exhibits. Especially the exhibitions that change, are always well done!

Olivia O'Sullivan

I always try to visit whenever I am in the area. I find the collections fascinating and accessible - you do not have to be a specialist of the subject to understand the exhibits. They have the perfect combination of interactive exhibits and visual displays, I particularly like the 'Life, Genes and You' exhibition. Phenomenal!