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February 2023

Salisbury branch: ‘Patronage & Taste: The History of the Royal Collection’ by Nicola Turner Inman

Wednesday, 15th February, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's Street
Salisbury, SP1 2SD
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Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III 2023 Nicola Turner Inman, Curator of Decorative Arts, will take you on a tour of one of the greatest art collections in the world and the last great European dynastic collection still in royal ownership. She will examine how the Royal Collection was formed and what has been its role throughout the centuries, exploring how both patronage and taste have played important parts in the formation and survival of this…

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March 2023

Salisbury branch: ‘The Lord Leycester Hospital’ by Dr Heidi Meyer

Monday, 20th March, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's Street
Salisbury, SP1 2SD
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The half-timbered buildings of the Lord Leycester Hospital are some of the most important medieval buildings in Britain. Constructed by Warwick’s Guilds between 1385 and 1420 the Guildsmen used the grand rooms for banquets and meetings. In the reign of Elizabeth 1, her friend Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester acquired the buildings from the Guilds to found his “Hospital” where twelve Brethren – soldiers who had fought for crown and country - could find a home. No one could have…

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April 2023

Salisbury Branch: ‘Love, Passion and Betrayal’ by Michael Gould

Wednesday, 19th April, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's Street
Salisbury, SP1 2SD
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Salisbury Branch is pleased to present a lecture by Michael Gould entitled 'Love, Passion and Betrayal'. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insight into the themes of love, passion, and betrayal. Further details about the event can be found below Coffee will be served from 10.15am, with the main talk beginning at 11am sharp, and lunch from 12.30pm. Lunch & Talk ticket price: £22 (Members) & £24 (Guests) Talk only ticket price: £10 – FREE for first-time visitors Cheques…

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May 2023

Salisbury Branch: ‘The Women of the Raj’ by Brian Freeland

Wednesday, 10th May, 10:15 am - 2:00 pm
The White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's Street
Salisbury, SP1 2SD
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‘The Women of the Raj’ by Brian Freeland Brian Freeland has written a dozen stage scripts (nine produced so far, four of them published). Following comments that he didn’t write many good roles for ladies, he staged a piece about the British women in India during the second half of the Raj: “Called Letters from the Hen House, it was compiled mainly from letters, diaries and memoirs of the period. Six excellent roles for the ladies and only four men.…

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