July to September 2007
Four monks and a nun
Four monks and a nun present to you 3,000 seconds of sketch comedy, in English. Are they funny? They better be! Expect characters, silliness, dancing, stunts, animals, seats, ceilings, stairs and floors. Show is free after you've paid for your ticket. Please note, all proceeds from the opening night performance will go to the Building For Babies Appeal. (more)
Whittington champion changes the world for deaf and hard of hearing people
RNID, the national charity representing the UK's nine million deaf and hard of hearing people, has been searching the country for local champions who are changing the world for deaf and hard of hearing people. (more)
New Director of Research and Development at Whittington
Professor Monty Mythen joined the Whittington on 23 July 2007 as Director of Research and Development, this appointment is a six-month secondment from the UCL, Institute of Child Health. (more)
Competition wins money for Whittington Building for Babies
A citizenship course at Parliament Hill Girls School in Camden has won the Whittington hospital's appeal £3,000. (more)
Whittington Community Open Day - 26 September 2007
2.00pm to 7.00pm.
The annual public meeting will be held at 5.30pm.
Magdala Avenue, London N19 5NF (more)
'An Illustrated History of the Royal Northern Hospital, 1856 - 1992' by Dr Albert Rinsler
In a wonderfully compiled book by Dr Albert Rinsler the history of the Royal Northern Hospital is told, from its birth in York Road in 1856, to its move in 1888 to the Grove House Estate in Holloway, as well as its many amalgamations with hospitals around the city. (more)