1 February 2019, 11.30am
Join Mark Logue as he discusses the relationship between King George VI and his speech therapist Lionel Logue during the Second World War.
2 February 2019, 10.00am
Discover more about the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment and the role of horses in the Army in this day of talks, workshops and family activities.
5 February 2019, 6.00pm
Join historian Allan Mallinson and curator Belinda Day for a unique insight into the British cavalry on the Western Front during the First World War.
8 February 2019, 11.30am
Dr Graham Winton will discuss the challenges of supplying and caring for horses during the First World War.
14 February 2019, 11.00am
Join a curator on an hour-long tour of our exhibition, 'Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918'.
15 February 2019, 11.30am
Damien Lewis reveals the story of a Second World War mission to destroy a supposedly impregnable Nazi fortress.
16 February 2019 - 24 February 2019
Step inside our life-size board game this February half-term and battle it out to see who wins.
22 February 2019, 11.30am
Dr Rachel Duffett will discuss the role of food in the lives of soldiers on the Western Front, both as a physiological necessity and a source of psychological comfort.
23 February 2019, 2.00pm
Join Edward Richards for a BSL guided tour of our major exhibition, 'Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918'.
26 February 2019, 6.00pm
Join Ann Witheridge, the founder of London Fine Arts Studio, for this lively portrait painting demonstration.
27 February 2019, 11.00am
1 March 2019, 11.30am
Christopher Joll examines the British cavalry's use of drum horses and tells the story of Paddy II, the subject of a famous painting by Sir Alfred Munnings.
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