Press coverage

View the latest press coverage of the Migration Museum by clicking on the links below. Please visit our Press release page to view and download our latest press releases.

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Londonist – Things To Do This Weekend in London (28/10/2019)

‘Learn how to delve into your roots at the Migration Museum’s Family History Day. It’s for anyone who wants to trace their family tree, with a chance to pick up tips and advice on your research from experts, whether you’re new to genealogy, or have hit a wall with your current research and don’t know how to proceed.’


Alaraby TV – feature on Borderless (26/06/2019)

Alaraby TV reported on Borderless, the group show featuring all of the artists who took up residence in the art studio in our Room to Breathe exhibition. The feature included interviews with participating artists and a live interview with its curator and our curator in residence, Dima Karout. (Please note that this video is in Arabic – no English subtitles)


Time Out – The Best Ways to Mark Windrush Day in London This Year (17/06/2019)

‘There’ll be spoken word performances and appearances from actual Windrush elders at this day of activities which coincides with the Migration Museum’s new audiovisual exhibition, ‘Caribbean Takeaway Takeover: Identities and Stories’. The exhibition sees the museum café morph into a Caribbean takeaway, telling inspiring Windrush stories. ‘


Time Out – Eight Great Ways to Get Involved with Refugee Week in London (17/06/2019)

‘The wonderful Migration Museum, dedicated to telling the stories of people who have travelled to Britain over the centuries, is opening after hours for this late. See performances by Qisetna – a non-political platform preserving the cultural heritage of Syria – and chow down on bites by Migrateful, a charity helping refugees and asylum seekers gain cookery skills.’