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.
All lectures are free and open to the public
The next lecture is:
Toole among the Americans: New World, New Wonderland
Wednesday 15th October 2014, 7.30pm, Swedenborg Hall, London
Presented by DR MICHAEL READ
What happened when England's funniest man went to America? It was 1874, and relations between the two countries were not at their best. Yet J. L. Toole took his chance... [read more...]