• [ONLINE] Cultureseekers History & Culture Quiz - Royal London!

    Join us online on Saturday 24th October at 1:30pm for a quiz based on royal London! The quiz will be a picture quiz on royal buildings and royalty in London over the last 1000 years! No teams, just answer the questions individually. Please have a pad and pen to write down your answers. For future quizes, could everyone make sure to stay muted when questions or answers are being said. If you didn't hear a question, please unmute and ask, but make sure to mute again afterwards. If lots of people are unmuted, it creates lots of background noise and can make it harder for others to hear. Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86212519699?pwd=VVJxWmRHZFFZYWtSRm03Y0dPVGVsZz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] It's free to attend. Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text) Please make sure you are aware of the group rules here before RSVPing - https://www.meetup.com/London_Cultureseekers/pages/26449165/Group_Rules/

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  • [ONLINE] 'Great English Writers’ - Charles Dickens

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    £4.00

    One evening a week in September/October, we will be having a series of talks titled 'Great English Writers'. The writers featured in the talks are some of the best writers in the English language, but how well do you know them? Each talk will feature a different writer. About the talks For each talk, I will be using Powerpoint slides to tell their life story. Each talk will last about 1h 10mins, with questions/an open discussion afterwards. About the last talk - Charles Dickens Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth in 1812 and is regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period. He was forced to leave school at 12 years old and work to help pay of his fathers debts. In his lifetime he wrote 15 novels, five novellas, hundreds of short stories and edited a weekly journal for 20 years. He also campaigned for children’s rights, education and social reform. His characters are some of the most popular in English literature and his novels are still widely read today. Cost is £4 per person (payable when you RSVP). Please note: you won't be able to pay via the app, only the full site. You also don't need a Paypal account to pay, just a credit card. Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86363662536?pwd=ZjBBZUllNG9pWllJRit0eVFYMVl3UT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Please note, we will be starting on time, so please be on time. Hope to see you there! Robert

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  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers Midweek Coffee Evening

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    On Wednesday 21st October at 6:30pm, we will be having an online Midweek Coffee Evening! It's a chance to keep in touch and chat with others in the group. So nearer the time, pour yourself a coffee (or tea) and click on the link below. Join Zoom Meeting, click on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84250410441?pwd=VTAweUdTK3Y0d2FUdXZCSTVaMVhnUT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text)

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  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers History & Culture Quiz - Museum of Childhood!

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    Join us online on Saturday 17th October at 1:30pm for a quiz based on objects from the Museum of Childhood in east London! The quiz will be a picture quiz featuring objects from the last 100 years that are in the museum. All you have to do is guess the name of the object. No teams, just answer the questions individually. Please have a pad and pen to write down your answers. For future quizes, could everyone make sure to stay muted when questions or answers are being said. If you didn't hear a question, please unmute and ask, but make sure to mute again afterwards. If lots of people are unmuted, it creates lots of background noise and can make it harder for others to hear. Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85442847593?pwd=QkFYN2tYa0pzeGIxcHhNd1BpMHlvdz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] It's free to attend. Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text) Please make sure you are aware of the group rules here before RSVPing - https://www.meetup.com/London_Cultureseekers/pages/26449165/Group_Rules/

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  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers Midweek Coffee Evening

    Online event

    On Wednesday 14th October at 6:30pm, we will be having an online Midweek Coffee Evening! It's a chance to keep in touch and chat with others in the group. So nearer the time, pour yourself a coffee (or tea) and click on the link below. Join Zoom Meeting, click on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81838454725?pwd=T0hsVXgvVUJrbU92NzhVMkNpZUE2UT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text)

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  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers History & Culture Quiz - Brands & Advertising!

    Join us online on Saturday 10th October at 1:30pm for a quiz based on objects from the Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising in west London! The quiz will be a picture quiz featuring objects from the last 100 years that are in the museum, all you have to do is guess the brand from the object or from its advertising. No teams, just answer the questions individually. Please have a pad and pen to write down your answers. For future quizes, could everyone make sure to stay muted when questions or answers are being said. If you didn't hear a question, please unmute and ask, but make sure to mute again afterwards. If lots of people are unmuted, it creates lots of background noise and can make it harder for others to hear. Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83225947490?pwd=aDNXSHBPQXYvZzlScFZ5a2xKYmprUT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] It's free to attend. Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text) Please make sure you are aware of the group rules here before RSVPing - https://www.meetup.com/London_Cultureseekers/pages/26449165/Group_Rules/

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  • [ONLINE] 'Great English Writers - Charlotte Bronte'

    Online event

    £4.00

    One evening a week in September/October, we will be having a series of talks titled 'Great English Writers'. The writers featured in the talks are some of the best writers in the English language, but how well do you know them? Each talk will feature a different writer. About the talks For each talk, I will be using Powerpoint slides to tell their life story. The remaining talk will be on: Thu 15th: 'Great English Writers - Charles Dickens' Each talk will last about 1h 10mins, with questions/an open discussion afterwards. About the second talk - Charlotte Bronte Charlotte Bronte was born in Yorkshire in 1816 and grew up in the village of Haworth on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors. She is known for the romantic novel 'Jane Eyre' which was published in 1847 under the pen name "Currer Bell" when she was 31 years old. She was very close to her sisters - Anne and Emily who also both became writers. Her brother Branwell, Emily, and Anne all died from various forms of tuberculosis between[masked]. Charlotte died aged 38 in 1855 from either complications during pregnancy or tuberculosis. Cost is £4 per person (payable when you RSVP). Please note: you won't be able to pay via the app, only the full site. You also don't need a Paypal account to pay, just a credit card. Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84807418122?pwd=cHpsZjlFRExDaEs0eFVNT1hwNGFVdz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Please note, we will be starting on time, so please be on time. Hope to see you there! Robert

  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers Midweek Coffee Evening

    Online event

    On Wednesday 7th October at 6:30pm, we will be having an online Midweek Coffee Evening! It's a chance to keep in touch and chat with others in the group. So nearer the time, pour yourself a coffee (or tea) and click on the link below. Join Zoom Meeting, click on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87143038629?pwd=TFB3UzV6UTZhL0ZHNm9FU21QOTFzdz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text)

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  • [ONLINE] Cultureseekers History & Culture Quiz - British Food!

    Join us online on Saturday 3rd October at 1:30pm for a quiz based on British food! The quiz will be a picture quiz with images of british food - meals & desserts from around the country, all you have to do is guess their names correctly! No teams, just answer the questions individually. Please have a pad and pen to write down your answers. For future quizes, could everyone make sure to stay muted when questions or answers are being said. If you didn't hear a question, please unmute and ask, but make sure to mute again afterwards. If lots of people are unmuted, it creates lots of background noise and can make it harder for others to hear. Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85616702977?pwd=SkxOKzlrcmErMmFxQk9CVi9YamVnUT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] It's free to attend. Hope to see you there! Robert[masked] (prefer text) Please make sure you are aware of the group rules here before RSVPing - https://www.meetup.com/London_Cultureseekers/pages/26449165/Group_Rules/

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  • [ONLINE] 'Great English Writers - William Shakespeare'

    Online event

    £4.00

    One evening a week in September/October, we will be having a series of talks titled 'Great English Writers'. The writers featured in the talks are some of the best writers in the English language, but how well do you know them? Each talk will feature a different writer. About the talks For each talk, I will be using Powerpoint slides to tell their life story. The remaining talk will be on: Thu 8th: 'Great English Writers - Charlotte Bronte' Thu 15th: 'Great English Writers - Charles Dickens' Each talk will last about 1h 10mins, with questions/an open discussion afterwards. About the second talk - William Shakespeare Born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare wrote 38 plays, 154 sonnets and 2 long narrative poems during his lifetime. He was in London by 1592 and attached himself to an acting group called the Lord Chamberlain's Men, with hIs plays being largely performed at the Theatre in Shoreditch and then the Globe on the Southbank. Very little though is known about his private life and not one word remains today from his plays in his own hand. Today, he is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's greatest dramatist. Cost is £4 per person (payable when you RSVP). Please note: you won't be able to pay via the app, only the full site. You also don't need a Paypal account to pay, just a credit card. Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85341683026?pwd=ZWJqRTJvajhKNVI3OWxBekJVdmorZz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Please note, we will be starting on time, so please be on time. Hope to see you there! Robert

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