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Awards announced 15 September 2016; exhibition of winning images opens 17 September 2016.
On 3 November the National Maritime Museum (NMM) opens a major exhibition focussing on the remarkable and ultimately tragic life of Emma Hamilton, who at the height of her fame, was one of the most famous international celebrities of her time.
Batten down the hatches and prepare for a storm, as theatrical sketching company Art Macabre commandeers Cutty Sark for an evening of sea shanties, shipwrecked mermaid models and sailor sketching on Saturday 13 August.
Watch cult films at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season. This month’s screening is 1979 film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture. You can also join the Daytime Sky Watch session and look at Venus through the iconic Great Equatorial Telescope; see the winning images from this year’s Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 exhibition; and learn more about astronomy with our adult courses.
Delve into the Museum archives at the Caird Library and Archive Open Day; celebrate the Totally Thames Festival at the Maritime Lecture Series, or learn about the history of the Thames and dance the night away at the Treasures of the Thames late.
Highlights this month include learning about Cutty Sark’s long relationship with the Thames as part of the Totally Thames Festival; and singing some sea shanties on board at The Landlubbers’ Maritime Folk Festival.
Highlights include chances to watch cult films at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season: this month’s screening is Galaxy Quest (1999); join the Daytime Sky Watch session to look at Venus through the iconic Great Equatorial Telescope; and last visits to Above and Beyond at the National Maritime Museum, and Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 at the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Highlights include a last chance to see Above and Beyond; a fearsome Pirate Takeover at the National Maritime Museum and on board Cutty Sark; and a classic film at the Nomad Open Air Cinema at the Queen’s House.
Highlights this month include the last of superb comedians from our Pre-Edinburgh Comedy Festival, and an evening of theatrical life drawing fun on board with Art Macabre.
All hands on deck for an evening of immersive activities to discover life on board, as the National Maritime Museum marks the opening of Re•Think Navy and Jutland 1916: WWI’s Greatest Sea Battle on Thursday 16 June.