This series of evening lectures, given by invited speakers, is held monthly in London during the winter. The lectures are open to everyone, and each is followed by discussion and refreshments. Included in the programme is a special Annual Address, usually in May following the Society's AGM, and the Christmas lecture, named in honour of the late Margaret Collins, whose substantial bequest to the Society, for the purpose of funding the lecture series, continues to make these evenings possible.
Lectures are held either at the Art Workers' Guild, Bloomsbury (map), or at the Swedenborg Hall, Holborn (map).
All lectures are free and open to the public
The next lecture is:
19 May 2015 at 8.15 (after the AGM), at the Art Workers' Guild, Bloomsbury, London | map
Presented by Dame Janet Suzman.
The Annual Address will deal with the ever-veiled participation of women in Shakespeare's world. [read more...]