Events;Noticeboard

26th February 1999 at 00:00
UNTIL MARCH 10

A CENTURY IN THE MAKING

Collected art and design work from students and staff spanning over 100 years is being shown at the London Institute, 65 Davies Street, London W1. Free admission. Details: 0171 514 6127.

UNTIL MARCH 13

CHILD'S EYE:HOUSESIN CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Homes of all kinds are often the basis of children's books, examples being The House at Pooh Corner and The Wind in the Willows. This exhibition of text and illustrations at the Royal Institute of British Architecture's gallery in 66 Portland Place, London W1, forms part of a spring season on "The intimate space: inventing the house". Free admission. Details: 0171 307 3641.

UNTIL MAY

HUSHABYE MOUNTAIN

English Touring Theatre Education is staging Jonathan Harvey's new play about "a group of bright young things in a world learning to live with AIDS" in Brighton, Cambridge, Manchester, Poole and Hampstead Theatre, London NW3. Workshops, talks and discussions for students of further and higher education, devised in association with Body Positive and the Terence Higgins Trust, will explore such issues as sexual health and bereavement. Details: Angela Chrimes, 01270 501800.

MARCH 8,10,16

COLD WAR LECTURE TOUR

Jeremy Isaacs and the production team of Cold War, part II of which is being screened on BBC2 on Saturday evenings, are visiting Glasgow University, followed by the National Museum Reardon Smith Theatre, Cardiff, and King's College, London WC2, 6.30pm start. The evening features clips illustrating defining moments of the past 45 years , followed by book signing and wine reception. Tickets are pound;5, pound;2.50 concessions from 08700 100678.

MARCH 9

TRANSFORMING EDUCATION

This lecture by Jan Abram, a psycho-analytic psychotherapist in private practice, will be held at the Tavistock Clinic, 20 Belsize Lane, London NW3, 7pm. Admission: pound;6, pound;3 members at the door. Organised by Forum for the Advancement of Educational Therapy and Therapeutic Teaching, 0181 998 4224 (evenings).

MARCH 9-11

SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK '99

Exhibition and conference for safety professionals at Earls Court, London. Products on show will include fire protection and safety, gas detection and monitoring, emergency and first aid training and stress management. Free show admission tickets and conference programmes are available from: Paramount Exhibitions and Conferences, 0181 207 5599.

MARCH 9,10,23,25

BLOOD LINES

Replay Productions is touring primary schools in Northern Ireland with this play, written by John McClelland to support the Vikings at key stage 2, and is staging public performances at Ballycastle, Derry, Downpatrick and Monaghan respectively. It tells the story of Vikings Freydis Godsdottir, her father and brother, who have settled on the shores of Larne Lough, and focuses on the impact Viking culture on Christian Celtic Ireland and the legacies still evident today. School performances (to a maximum of 100 pupils) cost pound;230 including activity packs for each pupil. Details: 01232 322773.

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