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Spanish Flu After Hours at the Florence Nightingale Museum

Join us for a special evening at the Spanish Flu exhibition at the Florence Nightingale Museum where we’ll be performing an extract from Contagion. Alongside the performances there will be curator led tours of the Spanish Flu exhibition.

On the centenary of Spanish Flu find out how the pandemic spread across the globe, the strange and often dangerous ‘treatments’ and discover how nurses – inspired by the work of Florence Nightingale – were the only thing that helped, and therefore it was typically women that bore the brunt of trying to halt this deadly killer.


Thursday 22 November

6pm – 8.30pm
Tickets:
Pre-Booked: £8
On the night £10

Venue
Florence Nightingale Museum
2 Lambeth Palace Road
London
SE1 7EW

The Florence Nightingale Museum celebrates the life and work of the best known figure in nursing history. Located within St Thomas’ Hospital, the museum was opened in 1989 and now forms a key part of London’s medical heritage. The collection consists of personal material associated with Florence Nightingale, items relating to the Crimean War and nursing artefacts. The museum archives include approximately 800 letters from Florence Nightingale and an important rare book collection of 284 titles.

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