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WINTER PROGRAMME 2019 - 2020



Following the last guidelines concerning Covid-19, we have taken the decision to suspend / cancel all our events until further notice. We are hoping that the AGM, postponed from April, will take place in October.


Thursday 19 September
Visit to Tatton Park & Tatton Old Hall

Thursday 3 October
Visit to The New Art Gallery Walsall and Walsall Leather Museum

Tuesday 15 October - starting at 7.00pm
The Floating World, a Courtesan in 18th Century Japan
Don Barnar

Tuesday 19 November
Stained Glass Windows of A.J. Davies of the Bromsgrove Guild
Roy Albutt

Tuesday 17 December
From Page to Stage - the life & work of an itinerant theatre designerv Adrian Rees

Thursday 9 January - starting at 2.30pm
Alderman Thomas Kemp and 'Historic Warwick'
Jeff Watkin

Tuesday 21 January
The Wallace Collection and the Warwickshire Connection
Ann O'Flanagan

Tuesday 18 February
Henry VIII and the Field of Cloth of Gold
Gillian White needs no introduction, we have enjoyed many of her talks. This year, 2020, marks the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's legendary encounter with his great rival Francois I of France. Gillian will, I'm sure, be painting her usual vivid image in words and pictures of the event for us.

Tuesday 17 March
Croome Court and Park
Set in 'Capability' Brown parkland Croome Court is a mid-18th-century Neo-Palladian mansion. The home of the Coventry family since the 16th century the building has been used for a variety of purposes. Dr. Christine Dodd will be telling us about the history of the house and parkland up to the present day.

Tuesday 21 April
The AGM will start at 7.15pm to be followed by:
'Making Histories' - New Responses to the Ceramics Collection
Lily Crowther is the curator of this exciting new exhibition at the Art Gallery & Museum, which opens in March. We are delighted that she has agreed to come and explain the ideas and inspiration behind the exhibition.
The publication to accompany this exhibition has been funded by FLAG and will free to members during the exhibition and available from the shop on request.