October 2013 – May 2014

In 2012 the Society of Antiquaries launched its Public Lecture Series, bringing the breadth and quality of the Society‚Äôs work to the attention of the general public and welcoming people into its elegant and historic apartments in Burlington House. The Series will continue for the Society’s 2013-14 programme year.

Forthcoming Lectures:

22nd October 2013
‘Underground: How the Tube Shaped London’, by Sam Mullins, FSA and Director of the London Transport Museum.

3rd December 2013
‘Spitfires and Pagodas: Conflict Archaeology in Burma 2013’, by Martin Brown, FSA

28th January 2014
‘Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know: the Medical History of King Henry VIII, by Robert Hutchinson, FSA

7th February 2014
‘Medieval Graffiti: the Hidden History of the Parish Church’, by Matthew Champion

3rd March 2014
‘Dante Gabriel Rossetti in Hastings’, by Dr Peter Marsden, FSA, and Judy Ridd

15th April 2014
‘Tales from the Thames: Community Archaeology on London’s River’ by Nathalie Cohen, FSA

27th May 2014
‘Historical Dress: a Project Inspired by Janet Arnold’, by Nancy Hills, a Janet Arnold Award recipient.

Further information:

The Public Lecture Series is FREE and open to all lectures take place at 1.00pm at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE. You can book your tickets via this link or call 020 7479 7080 for details and information on ticketing.

You can also watch previous lectures in the series and other events held at the Society of Antiquaries online.