What's on at the National Army Museum

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Women and the Army
Workshop

2 March 2019, 10.00am

FREE

Women and the Army

Discover how women have helped shape the British Army with a day of performances, music and talks.

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The women of the SOE and Ravensbrück camp
Talk

8 March 2019, 11.30am

FREE

The women of the SOE and Ravensbrück camp

On International Women’s Day, join Dr Kate Vigurs to learn about seven significant women who risked their lives for an important cause.

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The adventures of Mother Ross
Performance

9 March 2019

FREE

The adventures of Mother Ross

Join us for a performance of the incredible tale of Mother Ross, who disguised herself as a man to join the British Army.

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The Wasbies in the Second World War
Talk

15 March 2019, 11.30am

FREE

The Wasbies in the Second World War

Elizabeth Lockart-Mure tells the little-known story of the Women's Auxiliary Service (Burma), which ran mobile canteens for the Allied troops involved in the Burma campaign.

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At Ease early opening
Early opening

16 March 2019, 8.30am

FREE

At Ease early opening

A relaxed early opening of the Museum for families with additional sensory needs to experience the galleries in a quieter environment.

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BSL-led family storytelling
Performance

16 March 2019

FREE

BSL-led family storytelling

Discover more about Army animals in this British Sign Language-led, bilingual and interactive storytelling session, perfect for deaf and hearing families to enjoy together.

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Campaigning for war widows in the 21st century
Talk

22 March 2019, 11.30am

FREE

Campaigning for war widows in the 21st century

Mary Moreland, Chairman of the War Widows Association, will discuss the charity’s history and its role in campaigning for equality for all war widows in Great Britain.

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British Sign Language tour: Gallery highlights
Tour

23 March 2019, 2.00pm

FREE

British Sign Language tour: Gallery highlights

Join Edward Richards for a BSL guided tour of our five museum galleries.

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Churchill: Walking with Destiny
Talk

28 March 2019, 6.00pm

£15.00

Churchill: Walking with Destiny

Join Andrew Roberts for an evening talk on his new book, examining how much Winston Churchill’s belief in his own personal destiny affected his wartime premiership.

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'Then, the Red Soldier': The Zulu War, 140 years on
Talk

29 March 2019, 11.30am

FREE

'Then, the Red Soldier': The Zulu War, 140 years on

Join author Ian Knight to find out more about the origins and impact of the Zulu War, and how it is perceived today.

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