THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
Tonight, join us for an illustrated lecture and medical sculpture demonstration by artist Eleanor Crook at Barts Pathology Museum, an astounding, rarely open-to-the-public Victorian pathology museum. Custom built in 1879, this Grade II listed building spans three mezzanine levels and houses over 5,000 medical specimens includes pathological pots relating to all areas of anatomy and physiology, including the skull of John Bellingham – the only person to assassinate a British Prime Minister.
This event is free and open to all. If you would like to attend it is essential that you book a ticket using this link.
(If you reserved a place before this link was available, we will contact you and ask you to book with the new ticket system).