Events

UNTIL NOVEMBER 16

EVE ARNOLD: IN RETROSPECT

Formerly at London's Barbican Art Gallery, this exhibition about one of Magnum Photos most famous photographers, has moved to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. Admission: Pounds 2.50, Pounds 1.50 concessions. It is running alongside "Women in White: Photographs by Lady Hawarden" organised by the Scottish National Photography Collection from the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Free admission. Details: 0131 556 8921.

SEPTEMBER 20-28

ASTRONOMY WEEK

A talk on "Everything you ever wanted to know about time, space and the Millennium ... but were afraid to ask" opens this event at the Old Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London SE10 - the official starting point for the next Millennium. View the stars through the UK's largest refracting telescope; see dramatic performances about John Flamsteed, the first Astronomer Royal; explore the wonders of the heavens in the Greenwich Planetarium; and attend a family lecture about life on Mars. Mainly free with Observatory admission ticket. Details: 0181 858 4422.

SEPTEMBER 24

ADOLESCENTS AND LOSS: HOW ADULTS CAN BE HELPFUL

The title of the St Catherine's Hospice annual lecture has added poignancy now that the grief of two Royal adolescents is on many people's minds. The lecture, preceded by a buffet, will be given by Ted Bowman, a trainer and consultant from Minnesota, at Worth Abbey, Turners Hill Road, Crawley, 6.30pm. Tickets are Pounds 10 from: Pat Vinter, St Catherine's Hospice, Malthouse Road, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6BH, 01293 447333 (make cheques payable to the hospice).

SEPTEMBER 24-NOVEMBER 27

EASTSIDE OUT AND BEYOND: YOUNG PEOPLE'S PHOTOGRAPHY IN TOWER HAMLETS

A display of the Eastside Out photographic project and of images taken by teen editors from Children's Express has been mounted at the Ragged School Museum, 46-50 Copperfield Road, London E3. Perceptive pictures of the East End have been produced by the Eastside Out team and images of family, friends, working and living environments have been taken by the Children's Express journalists, the result of a week's photojournalism course at Tower Hamlets Summer University. Details: 0181 980 6405.

OCTOBER 1-2

BUSINESS SECURITY EXHIBITION

The seminar programme of this exhibition at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London N1, includes: schools security, CCTV, intruder alarm verification systems and Internet and computer security. The event is supported by The Times. Details: Brian Smith, 0171 727 7380.

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