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The Vintage Guide To London | October 19, 2017

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Goodbye Piccadilly: London Transport Museum’s Friday Late

Goodbye Piccadilly: London Transport Museum’s Friday Late

Experience London life in 1914 at the opening of new London Transport Museum exhibition ‘Goodbye Piccadilly – from home front to Western front’ and discover the role London buses and bus drivers played in the First World War.

Find out which scents the smart set favoured at a perfumery talk with Sarah McCartney of ‘4160 Tuesdays’, learn how London prepared for war with author Professor Jerry White (whose new book Zeppelin Nights – London in the First World War will be launched during the evening), get spruced up like a proper Edwardian gent – including lessons in how to wax your moustache correctly and create your own fashionable feathered fascinator with Spitalfields favourite Lulu O’Neil of Slightly Scarlett.

16 May 2014
From 18:45
at the London Transport Museum

Tickets: Adult £10.00, Concession £8.00 Tickets to the evening include free admission to the Goodbye Piccadilly – from Home Front to Western Front exhibition for the evening.