Online Activities

Sunday 31st January 2021  3:00 PM  - 4:30 PM £10 Family (£1 Booking fee) The world renowned British Museum opened in 1750s and over the years amassed many objects. This webinar tour using images, including archival material and other visual aids will be looking at some of the hidden Muslim treasures of the British Museum which include people, objects outside the Islamic Gallery, interpretation, and a glimpse at the Islamic Gallery.  Duration: 1H 30 Mins  All welcome to join from around the world! Presented by the talented and award winning AbdulMaalik Tailor, Britain's first professionally qualified Muslim tour guide.  You are advised to book as early as possible to secure your place and to avoid last minute bookings. Please check your Junk / Spam folder for an email once you have booked and 2 hours before the starting time for login details of Zoom. Please make you have Zoom downloaded and tested already.  Note: We are able to offer this tour to families for £50 and Schools for £100 at a time you wish to have it. Please make contact to discuss further 
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£30 Adult (16+) Children (8-15) £16 Family (2A+2C) £90 Under 8 FREE NOTE: The gallery will be closing in June 2020 for 3 years therefore BOOK before then! We visit one of the most popular galleries in the country, the fascinating National Portrait Gallery founded in 1856. The gallery holds an array of Muslim oriented displays as well as some with hidden connections.  We will be looking at a Black Muslim who became enslaved and fails at times to be mentioned in Black history month despite having British connections and contributions done in England in 1700s. British alliance with the Ottomans during the Crimean war leads to a wrongly designed British note Malala the first & second, but just who is Malala first and why is she unknown? 500 years of Muslims living with amnesia  Western disclosers of pirates, privateers, and Mujahideen East India Company, Lucknow - A War of Words Decolonisation And much more!