The London Film Study Abroad program students have gone from a haunted house to museums, to towers, to cliffs, to castles as they enjoy spring in England. They have visited the “Ham House” (supposedly haunted), the Tate Britain Gallery (includes many of Turner’s paintings), Stratford-Upon-Avon, Hampton Court, Kew Gardens, Imperial War Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tower of London, Camden Market, Portobello Road, the National Gallery, Gadfield Elm Chapel, the Cliffs of Dover, Oxford, Brighton and Windsor Castle.
Many students in the group also saw watched the western films Rancho Notorious and The Naked Spur at the British Film Institute, His Girl Friday, the western film Johnny Guitar, La Ceremonie and Charulata. The group saw Florence Foster Jenkins and participated in a Q&A with the researcher and the screenwriter after the show. They also attended performances of The Frankenstein Ballet and the play Les Blancs, that addressed themes of French and British colonialism that occurred in Africa.