Museum Lectures 2017

Join us for a variety of talks relating to special exhibitions, the permanent collection and other related topics, followed by an interactive Q&A session

First Wednesday of every month, at 7pm.

Tickets are £5 and include refreshments.

Booking is essential as places are limited, please book early to avoid disappointment.

To book a place call: 01634 822839

 

 

Wednesday 4th October 2017 – Professor Richard Vinen

National Service: A Generation in Uniform 1945-1963

Professor Richard Vinen will be talking about his new book, National Service: A Generation in Uniform 1945-1963.

 

Wednesday  1st November 2017 – Midge Gillies

Army Wives: From Crimea to Afghanistan: the Real Lives of the Women Behind the Men in Uniform

Midge Gillies will be talking about her new book, Army Wives: From Crimea to

Afghanistan: the Real Lives of the Women Behind the Men in Uniform.

 

Wednesday 6th December 2017 – Professor Mark Connelly

British Propaganda and the War Effort in WWI

Professor Mark Connelly examines ‘What would have happened to the liberty of nations if it had not been for the British Empire?: British propaganda and newspaper coverage of the imperial effort in 1917′

 

For more information about each lecture, please visit our ‘Events’ page, or click here.