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11 November 2019THE SIREN SEA
14 October 2019CHARLES DICKENS: THE MAN & HIS LIFE THROUGH HIS CHARACTERS
09 September 2019GREAT TARTS IN ART: HIGH CULTURE & THE OLDEST PROFESSION
10 June 2019THE MONA LISA: BEHIND THE SMILE & AGM (12.30pm)
13 May 2019THE STORY OF THE SUTTON HOO SHIP BURIAL
08 April 2019DEPICTIONS OF THE DESCENT FROM THE CROSS
11 March 2019BRAVOS & BREASTPLATES: THE EVOLUTION OF OPERA
11 February 2019FREDERICK THE GREAT: SOLDIER AND COLLECTOR
14 January 2019THE DOWAGER EMPRESS CIXI, 1835 – 1908
10 December 2018THE ART OF HUMOUR IN THE MIDDLE AGES
12 November 2018SHE DIED TOO SOON – A STUDY OF JOAN EARDLEY
08 October 2018SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN & THE ENGLISH BAROQUE
10 September 2018THE ARTISTS OF MONTMARTRE
11 June 2018Lee Miller – Witnessing women at war and AGM (1.30pm)
14 May 2018Votes for Women! Art, Suffragettes, Politicians
09 April 2018Lawrence of Arabia – Excavating a legend
12 March 2018Venetian Art of the Renaissance - Form and Function
12 February 2018William Hogarth 1697 – 1764
08 January 2018Handel in Georgian England 1711 – 1759
11 December 2017Foreigners in London 1520 - 1677: The artists who changed the course of British Art
13 November 2017The Restoration of Scottish Castles
09 October 2017The sacred art of Angkor
11 September 2017The Sword and the Staff - Art and Architecture on the Pilgrim Way to Santiago de Compostela
12 June 2017Churchill, the Artist and AGM (12.30pm)
08 May 2017Travels in Rajasthan with Rudyard Kipling
10 April 2017The Art and Science of The Lunar Society
13 March 2017The Cultural Heritage of The Huguenots
13 February 2017The Beggar’s Opera
09 January 2017Wonderful Copenhagen
05 December 2016Fra Filippo Lippi
14 November 2016WW1: Poetry, Art and Wilfred Owen
10 October 2016Searching for Shakespeare
12 September 2016A Photographic Odyssey: Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition Captured on Camera

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THE SIREN SEA Imogen Corrigan Monday 11 November 2019

The ship is one of the most common images found in mediaeval churches and manuscripts.  Nations depend on it for safety, wealth and nourishment, but all too often, it brings ruin and death.  This lecture looks at some spectacular shipwrecks, some of which changed the course of history.