Sunday 7 March 2021

Museum of London to host exclusive free online event featuring Dermot O’Leary

The doors to our sites are temporarily closed here are some upcoming online programming at the Museum of London this March and April. 


Join The Museum Of London for a PAWsome exclusive online event celebrating Toto the Ninja Cat and the Mystery Jewel Thief, the new children’s book written by Dermot O’Leary and illustrated by Nick East 

Dermot O'Leary, broadcaster and author of the Toto the Ninja Cat series will be joined by Museum of London curator Meriel Jeater to delve into the history of London and find out what inspired Toto's newest adventures. 

From St. Paul's to the legend of Dick Whittington and his faithful cat Tom, discover surprising stories through the eyes of Toto and her gang of friends. By the end, you will be ready to take the Beasts of London quiz and find out where in the pack you'd fall in the capital animal kingdom.

This digital event will take place on the Museum of London's Facebook Page and is completely FREE. Find out more and sign up HERE to receive a reminder just before the broadcast begins and get 10% off Toto the Ninja Cat and the Mystery Jewel Thief paperback in our online shop.

9th April 2021, 11am

FREE - Online  

Recommend ages: 6-12  


Women's History Month: 
Celebrate women's histories past and present throughout March with online exhibitions, events, articles, videos and much more including:  

Votes for Women online exhibition - The popular temporary exhibition, Votes for Women, originally open from February 2018 to March 2019, is, now available online for the very first time. Discover this brand new online exhibition with a special short film introduction HERE.

Digital Herstories: women's voices in our heritage - Join online for a live-streamed discussion exploring women's presence and influence in heritage. From the women of the Sunday Movement who campaigned for museums to be accessible to the masses, right up to the present with the women championing Herstories in London's heritage organisations today, we will uncover the vital role of heritage organisations in platforming some of the incredible stories of the women who have shaped our city. 6.30pm on 31 March. Paid Advance Booking.  

More to be published and shared on the Museum of London’s Women’s History Month hub page soon! Follow @museumoflondon to stay up to date with news and programme updates.