9:00 - 16:30
The Robbins Conference Centre,
Come to this popular day of talks and presentations that celebrate the history of Plymouth and the surrounding area.
The programme for this year includes:
- New Research on Viking Activities in the South-West by Derek Gore, Honorary Fellow at the University of Exeter
- The Tudor Cattewater Wreck: Recent investigations into finds and dating by Martin Read, Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology at Plymouth University
- Unpacking 'The Spice Box': How performance can help us understand history by Playwright Jon Nash and actors from The Barbican Theatre
- Popular Revolt and Taxation in Plymouth and Devon, 1550 to 1640 by Todd Gray, Research Fellow at the University of Exeter
- Dead Interesting: Victors and Victims of War by Dr Ian Hodgins
- Plymouth Past on Film: ‘Plymouth Beats’ by Stacey Anderson from the South West Film and Television Archive and Colette Hobbs from the South West Image Bank
- Updates on future projects for Libraries, Museums and the Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Tickets are £12 per person. Optional lunch tickets are also available priced at £10 per person.
Purchase them online now from eventbrite or by calling the City Museum and Art Gallery on 01752 304774.
The booking deadline is 12:00 on Friday, 29 April 2016.