Nottingham Branch Programme

Last updated: 21st August 2019

Nottingham Branch Programme 2019-20

If you wish to attend, you need to reserve a seat at a meeting, and to do so please email Chris Wrigley eight days before: chris.wrigley@nottingham.ac.uk

Meetings are held at 2.00pm on Wednesdays in Bromley House Library, Angel Row, Nottingham (with your back to the City Hall, the Library entrance is on the left, not far from the Square and is between Barnardo’s and MSR Newsagents), unless otherwise stated. Bromley House is a listed building and, as yet, does not have lift access. Access to Bromley House is available only from 30 minutes before the lecture, and to lecture room 15 minutes before.

 

Saturday 21 September 2019, 10.20am for 10.30am start
Guided Tour of Music Hall and Caves at Malt Cross (60-90 minutes)
There are limited places on these tours, so book early (and at least a week before) with Chris Wrigley. The tour involves steps in the caves and in the Music Hall, so sensible shoes, please. £5.00 on the day. Pub lunch is an option after.

Wednesday 30 October 2019
‘Peterloo: The English Uprising’
Speaker: Professor Robert Poole (University of Central Lancashire)

Wednesday 4 December 2019
‘Fact, Fiction, and "The Favourite’’: The Court of Queen Anne, 1702-14’
Speaker: Dr Nigel Aston (Leicester University)

Wednesday 29 January 2020
‘Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)’
Speaker: Dr Anna Greenwood (Nottingham University)

Wednesday 18 March 2020
'"Writing the Walls": Word and Image in the Post-Reformation Parish’
Speaker: Dr Felicity Heal, FBA (Oxford University)

Wednesday 22 April 2020
‘Henry VII’
Speaker: Dr James Ross (Winchester University)

Wednesday 13 May 2020
‘Nothing to Keepe Me from the Cold Wett Ground’: A Soldier’s Life in the British Civil War'
Speaker: Dr David Appleby (Nottingham University)
Preceded by the Annual General Meeting at 1.15pm