A brand new series of evening lectures at Palace House has been announced for 2018 with special guest speakers, Dr Bill Teatheredge and Earl Spencer starting the proceedings in February.
Each lecture will be held in the Special Exhibition gallery from 7.00pm – 8.30pm and include a drink on arrival. With a limited number of tickets available for each event, anyone wishing to attend should visit Palace House website here.
There is also a special 10% discount available in The Tack Room restaurant after the event for all attendees!
Here is a list of all the fantastic lectures that you can look forward to in the coming months…
The Life and art of Sir Alfred Munnings
Friday 2nd February | 7pm – 8.45pm including drinks reception | £15
Join Dr. Bill Teatheredge, from The Munnings Art Museum in Essex and Curator of the current exhibition ‘Painting Winners’, as he talks through the life and work of Sir Alfred Munnings. This talk will take place in the stunning setting of the Painting Winners exhibition.
Chasing a King
Saturday 17th February | 7pm – 8.45pm including drinks reception | £15
Based on his new bestseller, To Catch a King, Earl Spencer takes us through the great escape of Charles II – the most gripping, action-packed, event in British royal history, when Charles managed to outwit a manhunt that, if successful, would have seen him condemned to execution.
Call: 01368 667314 to book tickets – Limited Availability
Thursday 1st March | 7pm – 8.45pm including drinks reception | £15
Simon Thurley speaks about Charles II’s quest for the perfect country residence and reveals the role that Newmarket played in his grand plan. Discover over 300 years’ history of this important sporting palace in this fascinating evening lecture.
A Royal collection
18th May | 7pm – 8.45pm including drinks reception | £15
Join Andrew Graham-Dixon, one of the leading art critics and presenter of arts television, for an evening lecture. More details will be available soon, keep an eye on the Palace House website.
Don’t miss out, book your place on one of these fascinating evening lectures at Palace House now, or visit the Palace House website to browse all of the fantastic attractions and activities on offer.
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