Category Archives: Online Events

Self Mastery: Get Unstuck and become unstoppable in 2021! Free Event

Sunday 17 January 2021 from 16:00

Hosted by by Lucia’s Healing Zone

Are you usually someone who sets New Year’s Resolutions and fails to follow through on them?

Are you feeling stuck in one, many or all areas of your life?

2020 came with many challenges but with the ushering in of 2021 is an opportunity to “reset” and create a new vision for ourselves and our lives. Yes COVID-19 might still be around but we have the chance to look at what is holding us back and create new possibilities for the new year.

We are discussing Self Mastery as a mindset that will sky rocket you to achieve all your dreams!

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Virtual Tour – Subterranean London

Tuesday 19 January 2021 from 20:00

Event by Footprints of London

Twelve underground places in London that you can visit.

Londoners are used to going underground, being home to the world’s first underground metropolitan railway.

We have perhaps become a little blasé about entering subterranean spaces.

However there is more underneath London than the Tube, and in this virtual tour on Zoom, Rob will tell you about twelve more subterranean London spaces you can visit.

Crypts, caves, tunnels, vaults and bunkers beneath London will be revealed along with their history and the stories of the people that made them.

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Virtual Planetarium Show Online Event

Saturday 16 January 2021 from 13:00

Event by Royal Museums Greenwich

Join them for Solar System Discovery, a live online planetarium show presented by an astronomer from the Royal Observatory Greenwich. The Universe is a vast and intriguing place, and this show explores our own little corner of it: the Solar System. Starting from our home planet, the Earth, we’ll travel through our celestial neighbourhood, visiting objects like planets, moons and asteroids, and ending with a fly-out to view our galaxy, the Milky Way. Ages: 7+
Tickets: £5.00

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Bedford’s Highlanders – A Talk by Richard Galley (72-82)

Thursday 14 January 2021 from 19:30

Hosted by  Old Bedfordians Club

Between 15th and 18th, August 1914 around 17,000 Scottish territorial soldiers arrived in Bedford for training.

These were men of the Highland Division (later to become the 51st Highland Division).

The kilted troops became a familiar and welcome sight in the town and surrounding countryside. Largely as a consequence of the dispersal of billets throughout the Borough. Bedfordians took the Highlanders to their hearts.

Strong, genuine and lasting bonds were quickly forged between the Bedfordians and the Scots. Several Bedford families can trace their connections back to Highland Division men who returned to the Town and made it their home after the war ended.

Join Richard Galley (72-82), supported by a wealth of contemporary photographs, as he examines the impact of the Scots’ friendly invasion of Bedford Borough during the first 9 months of World War One.

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Bedford Music Club Presents Music on Thursdays

Virtual Concert series live from the 1901 Arts Club 

Thursday 14 January 2021 at 18:00

This Week Katie Bray & William Vann with the following playlist

Henry Purcell Mad Bess (arr. Britten)

Joseph Haydn Piercing Eyes – Mermaid’s Song – She Never Told Her Love

Hugo Wolf Three Songs from the Italienisches Liederbuch

Henry Purcell A Morning Hymn (arr. Britten) – A New Ground

Jonathan Dove Song of the Dry Orange Tree

Mátyás Seiber O Your Eyes Are Dark and Beautiful

Benjamin Britten Funeral Blues (see trailer)

Kurt Weill Nannas Lied – Surabaya Johnny – Je ne t’aime pas

Cole Porter Night and Day

George Gershwin I Got Rhythm

Frederick Loewe I Could Have Danced All Night

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Virtual Tour – Tales from the Tower of London

Tuesday 12 January 2021 from 20:00

Event by Footprints of London

Tales of power, intrigue, skulduggery and murder from London’s most famous building for nearly a thousand years the Tower of London has been part of the life of London.

It has been a Fortress, Royal Palace, armoury, prison, royal menagerie, mint, storehouse, observatory, torture chamber and place of execution.

It has seen scenes of pageantry and finery, and scenes of great evil too.


On this Virtual Tour delivered by Zoom, Rob will tell you some of the tales from the Tower of London – from famous prisoners like Anne Boleyn to less well-known ones like Ludovico Hurwitz-y-Zender a German spy shot in the Tower in World War One. 

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London Sewers – The Whole Dirty Story

Sunday 10 January 2021 from 20:00

Deep under London’s busy streets lies a fascinating and filthy tale of disease and poverty, Victorian engineering and how one man saved London from –

The Great Stink.


Join for a virtual trawl through the vast sewer systems beneath the city, using pictures, video footage and eye witness accounts.

We will follow the story of London’s waste, from the early days of the ” night soil” collectors, to the stinking River Fleet. Where Londoners disposed of everything from dead cows to human corpses.

To Joseph Bazalgette, the engineer who designed 450 miles of tunnels under London (and the Embankment) to clean up the city.

Tickets for this event are £3.00 each. Click on the link below to reserve a spot and pay by card through Paypal (you don’t need to be a member).

You will then receive the Zoom link for the event


The passcode is 662931 IMPORTANT – please check your spam folder when you sign up as automated replies are often sent there – the email is from POWR https://www.powr.io/zoom-form/i/26898833#page

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The Fastest Eye on the Sky: The Vera Rubin Observatory

Friday 8 January 2021 from 19:30

Hosted by The Astronomical Society of EdinburghThe Astronomical Society of Edinburgh

Talk by Prof. Aaron Roodman, Dept. of Particle Physics & Astrophysics, Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics & Cosmology, SLAC NationalWhat is the Universe made of? In modern cosmology, only 4% of the universe is deeply understood, while the other 96%, Dark Energy and Dark Matter, remains a mystery. The Vera Rubin Observatory, currently under construction, will observe billions of galaxies, billions of stars in our own galaxy the Milky Way, as well as millions of objects closer to home in the solar system. Every night over a ten-year survey, the Rubin Observatory will observe much of the night sky, so that every portion of the sky will be imaged nearly a thousand times. In this talk, I will describe the Rubin observatory and especially its camera, the world’s largest digital imager now under construction at SLAC, and this remarkable set of observations, and how we will be able to “see” the dark portion of our universe in unprecedented detail.
Members will join via Zoom and visitors are welcome on our YouTube channel. We will also have a presentation on the Sky in January.
https://www.youtube.com/c/AstronomicalSocietyOfEdinburgh

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Paint Like – Vincent Van Gogh

Online event by  Something Less Boring
Tuesday 5 January 2021 from 19:30

In this gently guided session we’ll try out some of the techniques that the great artists used to define their unique styles. We’ll aim to replicate one of their classic works. We may choose a whole painting or a section to complete and you will enjoy an evening creating something similar to a great master! All welcome, great for beginners and improvers.

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Winter Solstice 2020 Live from Stonehenge – FREE!

Sunday 20 December 15:16 – Monday 21 December 08:45 2020

Hosted by English Heritage and Stonehenge

Watch the winter solstice live from Stonehenge, wherever you are in the world, with our FREE coverage! 

You cannot attend in person this year because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, their live coverage of sunset and sunrise means you won’t miss a moment of this special occasion.

Their cameras will capture the best views of Stonehenge, allowing you to connect with this spiritual place from the comfort of your own home. ⚠️ Please, to help keep everyone safe, do not travel to Stonehenge for winter solstice this year.

Find Details of How to Watch Here