Kotch Pizza and The Depressed Baker in Leytonstone have teamed up to host a fantastic Pizza & Comedy night to support local LGBT charity ELOP with mental health inside the community.
Join us at the British Library for a special event celebrating the winning and shortlisted films from the 2022 World Health Organization Health for All Film Festival. We’ll watch the winning films and be joined by filmmakers and guests.
Join us for this special series of talks at the British Library as we discover how to make our cities healthier and happier after the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear from leading experts as we take you on a journey to a healthier London of the future.
View this exhibition of iconic photographer Lee Miller at Fitzrovia Chapel presenting 12 of her images from her pioneering photography reporting on World War II. The images chosen celebrate the essential role of nurses in this period and explore the spectrum of friendship, romance, daily life and tragedy of these women at war.
Join four brilliant international academics at the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre as they unveil the neurobiology and psychology behind various types of love and how love shapes our lives.
Four diseases have broken out in the world and it is up to you to find the cures. Join us for a evening playing Pandemic – one of most highly rated board games – as we challenge you save the world while having fun and learning more about infectious disease.
Join this walking tour and explore the “village” of Soho to hear the impact and influence of the medical men who cared for the many diverse peoples who lived and worked in this fascinating and perhaps little-known part of London.
Every year, around 30,000 people across the UK suffer a heart attack outside hospital – the equivalent of one every 15 minutes. Learn how to identify a heart attack and perform basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) which could double the chance of survival.
Join a tour of Imperial College’s ‘Artbeats’ exhibition to find out how medical students use creative approaches to research social and cultural issues in medicine.
Join this tour of the historic St Bartholomew’s Hospital to learn about Britain’s oldest hospital still providing medical services on the site on which it was originally built in 1123.