Booking is now open for this event:
THE ARCHITECTURE OF MEMORY: BRITISH, FRENCH & GERMAN MEMORIALS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR:
An illustrated lecture by Adrian Barlow
Thursday 10th November 2016, 7pm, at Madingley Village Hall
Adrian is well-known in the Cambridge area as the former Director of Public and Professional Programmes at the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education and Church Warden at Madingley Church. A writer and lecturer with particular interests in literature, stained glass and architecture, Adrian is the current President of the English Association and series editor of Cambridge ‘Contexts in Literature’.
Suggested donation: £15 to include a two-course meal and wine (or soft drink) – available in advance only. If you are able to gift aid your donation, please let us know. Do advise if you have any special dietary requirements.
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