Until 26th June
Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4QH
Free admission; no advance booking required.
The Dogs of the First World War exhibition explores the role of dogs as both companions and workers during the years 1914-18.
The exhibition is inspired by the Libby Hall Collection held in the archive at Bishopsgate Institute. The collection is a treasure trove of canine-related photographs and postcards, essential viewing for dog-lovers and social historians alike.
The exhibition can be visited during Institute opening hours.
For more details see the Bishopsgate Institute website.