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Lectures are held at The Winston Churchill Theatre

Special Interest Days are held at

Uxbridge Golf Club

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Lectures are held at Winston Churchill Theatre, Pinn Way, Ruislip HA4 7QL.  Special Interest Days are held at Uxbridge Golf Club, The Drive, Uxbridge UB10 8AQ.  Non-members are welcome to come to Lectures for just £9 - free if you join on the day. For Special Interest Days non-members not attending a Lecture should telephone Sylvia Jones (01895 677041) or Pam Cook (01895 833725) for details.

NEXT LECTURE Wednesday 8 May  

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE:

POET & SPY Lecturer Giles Ramsey


When men were prepared to murder and be martyred for their religious faith and the Elizabethan security services were zealously gathering intelligence against a militant enemy, a Golden Age of Theatre emerged in England. Assassinated at the age of 29 Christopher Marlowe was very much a man of his times.


Giles Ramsay is Course Leader in Theatre at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London. An accredited Arts Society lecturer he regularly lectures on Cunard cruse ships. Giles combines academic analysis with hands on experience to bring a unique insight to the world of the theatre.

FOLLOWING LECTURE Wednesday 12 June

HEATHERWICK - A MODERN LEONARDO

Lecturer Ian Swankie


The past few years have seen the meteoric rise of this extraordinarily versatile young designer, Thomas Heatherwick, with his acclaimed Olympic Cauldron and iconic new London bus and designs for Garden Bridge.

Over the past 20 years the Heatherwick studio has used an intriguing combination of curiosity and experimentation to produce a vast range of solutions to design challenges around the world.

This talk looks at the problems presented and the creative ways in which Thomas Heatherwick and his team have responded.      Right: Vessel, Hudson Yards, New York

OUTING Thurs 27 June WOBURN ABBEYdetails soon