Current Events

  1. Women in war

    02 February 2020

    See actor Leith Arundel in two moving performances about the experiences of women in wartime, Last letters and Radio silence.

  2. Story time

    07 February 2020

    10.30 am, Lower galleries

    Hear stories of brave animals, extraordinary people, and faraway places brought to life through puppets, uniforms, and educational toys.
     

  3. Summer films: Scenes from an occupation (1999)

    08 February 2020

    Free, 1.30 pm, BAE Systems theatre

    Spend Saturdays at the Memorial this February, as we present a collection of films that connect to the special exhibition the Courage for peace.

  4. Laughter: A powerful ally

    12 February 2020

    12.30 pm, Research Centre Reading Room

    Join exhibition curators in the Research Centre to hear stories about humour, war, Christmas, and comedy performance.

  5. Far more than just Changi: A military curator's guide to the Australian Second World War heritage sites in Singapore

    13 February 2020

    12.30 pm, BAE Systems theare

    This presentation gives insights into existing locations on this island which relate to the Australian experiences of fighting the Japanese and, later, as prisoners of war.

  6. Women in war

    15 February 2020

    See actor Leith Arundel in two moving performances about the experiences of women in wartime, Last letters and Radio silence.

  7. Summer films: Soldiers without guns (2019)

    15 February 2020

    Free, 1.30 pm, BAE Systems theatre

    Spend Saturdays at the Memorial this February, as we present a collection of films that connect to the special exhibition the Courage for peace.

  8. Women in war

    16 February 2020

    See actor Leith Arundel in two moving performances about the experiences of women in wartime, Last letters and Radio silence.

  9. The Courage for Peace curator-led tour

    18 February 2020

    12.30 pm, Special Exhibition Gallery
    Join a curator-led tour of the Memorial’s new exhibition, The courage for peace, exploring its themes and personal stories.