Details of forthcoming exhibitions.
- Pride and Prejudice: The Battle for Betjeman's Britain
17 July - 15 September
'Pride and Prejudice' examines how John Betjeman and others campaigned in the 1930s to protect our architectural heritage from both indifference and neglect and reveals how Britain's listing system eventually emerged from the ruins of the Blitz.
- Brutal and Beautiful: Saving the Twentieth Century
25 September - 24 November
Post-war buildings like the Royal Festival Hall and Coventry Cathedral are now widely admired but their listing was once fiercely debated. 'Brutal and Beautiful' looks at our love/hate relationship with our recent architectural past and asks, 'what is worth saving?'
- Almost Lost: London's Buildings Loved & Loathed
4 December - 2 February 2014
Many of London's most treasured historic landmarks were once threatened with demolition. Using the latest digital technology, 'Almost Lost' charts the highs and lows of a century of heritage protection in our capital city.