A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Nearby: Westminster

www.geologistsassociation.org.uk

Visits to the Website1203
Overview

'Join us for an interesting and informative evening! The Geologists’ Association organizes a series of illustrated evening lectures on a wide range of geological topics. These take place on the first Friday of the month ... Tea is served from 5.30 pm and the lectures begin at 6 pm. Wine and nibbles are available after the meetings ... Non-members are very welcome to attend for an introductory visit - please telephone ... or email ... the Executive Secretary to book a place ... The Geologists’ Association is not just for those with ready access to London. Many Members throughout the British Isles have formed Local Groups, which organize their own meetings and events, or also belong to Affiliated Societies.’

Also indexedFestival of Geology
Views of 'Full' Record1403

www.rpsl.org

Visits to the Website815
Overview

'Meetings are held from September to June, normally on alternate Thursdays. They are of two types: the first is of a formal nature, at which one or more papers are read accompanied by displays by individual members, and usually starts at 5 pm; the second consists of a display of stamps, postal history etc. in the frames contributed by one or more members, with or without a written paper. This meeting is open from 1 pm to 6 pm. Tea is served to members and their guests at all meetings ... It is not necessary for a prospective member to be an advanced philatelist.'

Views of 'Full' Record1488

www.osgb.org.uk

Visits to the Website1245
Overview

The Section 'Affiliates' provides contact details for Groups and Affiliated Societies of the OSGB. In addition: 'We hold monthly meetings for those members who are able to come to London on a Saturday afternoon. Each meeting is different. There is usually an experienced speaker who may talk about travel, cultivation or any other subject related to orchids. Members bring their plants to display at the monthly table show which offers a chance to see a wide variety of orchids in flower. The plants are judged and awarded and there is a short discussion about their history, cultivation and merits ... Tea and coffee are available and members have a chance to chat with the each other and the guest speaker and ask the questions that have been bothering them for ages. "Why won’t my Phalaenopsis flower?" is the most common; no question is too silly to ask ...'

Views of 'Full' Record1635

www.21stcenturychallenges.org/upcoming_events/

Visits to the Website2645
Overview

'The aim of the 21st Century Challenges series ... is to improve public understanding of, and engagement with, some of the key issues likely to affect our lives and society in the coming years and thereby aid people in making their own informed decisions and judgements on these issues.'

Views of 'Full' Record2131

www.acmedsci.ac.uk

Visits to the Website2087
Overview

Offers the annual Jean Shanks Lecture - plus other public events from time to time.

Named Lectures & TalksJean Shanks Lecture | Raymond and Beverley Sackler Distinguished Lecture in the Medical Sciences
Views of 'Full' Record2326

www.africacentre.org.uk

Category:Africa
Visits to the Website1162
Overview

'We put on series of events from all aspects of the cultural perspective – from literature to film, fashion to theatre, art to music. We also have an educational remit, and have been the venue for intense political debate.'

Views of 'Full' Record1205

www.britac.ac.uk/lectures/reckitt.cfm

Visits to the Website834
OverviewLecture held every 2-3 years: 'Registration is not required for this event. Seats will be allocated on arrival'.
Views of 'Full' Record1374

www.alternatives.org.uk

Visits to the Website1060
Overview

Series of evening talks on most Mondays: 'Doors open at 6.30 pm with Alternatives members enjoying priority entry. Seating is unallocated at our talks. Talks start at 7 pm and end at 8.30 pm. Talks usually cost £10' (and there are concessionary rates).

Also indexedSt James's Church, Piccadilly
Views of 'Full' Record1119

www.britac.ac.uk/lectures/anglogerman.cfm

Category:Germany
Visits to the Website948
OverviewThe Anglo-German Foundation Lecture Series (2010-2015) 'The Trustees of the Foundation have made a grant to the British Academy to establish a lecture series to commemorate and continue the work of the Foundation ... Registration is not required for this event. Seats will be allocated on arrival.'
Also indexedBritish Academy
Views of 'Full' Record1493

www.ahsoc.org/events/london-lectures/

Category:Horology
Visits to the Website900
OverviewEvening meetings about every two months: 'A glass of wine and refreshments will be available.'
Views of 'Full' Record1179

www.asiahouse.org

Category:Asia
Visits to the Website880
OverviewIntensive programme of Lectures and other Events, covering a wide range of subjects; main series is mid-week, early evenings.
Also indexedFestival of Asian Literature
Views of 'Full' Record1094

www2.lse.ac.uk/asiaResearchCentre/events/forthcomingEvents.aspx

Category:Asia
Visits to the Website873
Overview'The Asia Research Centre hosts a wide and varied calendar of events, including public lectures, seminars, book launches and conferences. ARC events are focused on various topics associated with Asia and the Social Sciences.'
Named Lectures & TalksIG Patel Lecture Series | KR Narayanan Lecture Series
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1053

asen.ac.uk

Visits to the Website742
OverviewOccasional lectures, usually held at LSE. Most events advertised: 'The event is free and open to all with no ticket required'.
Named Lectures & TalksErnest Gellner Lecture | Obi Igwara Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1078

www.astrolodge.co.uk

Visits to the Website1586
OverviewUsually weekly lectures, Monday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record3289

www.acflondon.org

Category:Austria
Visits to the Website1757
Overview

'The ACF London arranges, initiates, facilitates and supports about 150 events per year, half of which take place at the ACF’s own premises at 28 Rutland Gate, in the heart of Knightsbridge ... The ACF London is the Cultural Section of the Austrian Embassy in London and offers free admission to all of its events, which are organised in cooperation with Austrian and Austrian-based artists.'

Named Lectures & TalksIngeborg Bachmann Centre for Austrian Literature
Also indexedIngeborg Bachmann Centre for Austrian Literature
Views of 'Full' Record1046

www.benjaminfranklinhouse.org/site/sections/news/events.html

Visits to the Website1110
Overview'Join us for fascinating Franklinesque events: From monthly Monday talks, to the Craven Street lecture series featuring in-house Franklin scholar Lady Joan Reid and our annual 4th July party !' Usually need to book, and most events modest charge.
Views of 'Full' Record1230

www.blakesociety.org

Visits to the Website801
Overview'The Blake Society holds events once a month throughout the year. The Society’s events are free to members unless explicitly indicated. Guests and non-members are welcome to attend.'
Views of 'Full' Record1068

www.britac.ac.uk/events/index.cfm

Visits to the Website783
Overview

The Academy organizes over a score of Lecture Series, many referenced separately herein, plus Conferences, Panel Discussions, Workshops, etc.

Views of 'Full' Record992

www.bafta.org/whats-on/

Visits to the Website787
Overview'Through a popular and varied events programme which covers all aspects of film, television and new media, we give our audiences the chance to learn first hand from film and programme-makers, as well as games developers across a range of crafts and disciplines.'
Views of 'Full' Record1017

www.britarch.ac.uk/baa/lectures.html

Visits to the Website756
OverviewWinter programme, usually first Wednesday of the month: 'Meetings are held at 5.00 pm ... Tea will be served at 4.30 pm ... Non-members are welcome to attend occasional lectures but are asked to make themselves known to the Hon. Director on arrival and to sign the visitors book ... New members are always welcome and applications are invited from anyone pursuing an interest in archaeology, art & architectural history, history and related matters, whether as an amateur or in a professional capacity.'
Views of 'Full' Record983

www.maritimehistory.org.uk/kings-seminars/

Visits to the Website916
Overview'The King’s seminars are an annual set of lectures organised by the BCMH which run from October to May ... The seminars take place on Thursdays at 5.15 pm ... They are open to the public.'
Named Lectures & TalksProctor Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1451

www.bisi.ac.uk

Category:Iraq
Visits to the Website773
Overview

Occasional lectures: 'Members of the public are very welcome to attend all BISI events.'

Views of 'Full' Record1000

www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/117956993/home/News.html

Visits to the Website866
OverviewAnnual Lecture, usually held at LSE: 'Attendance is free, and all are welcome!'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1049

www.bsap.org.uk

Visits to the Website806
Overview'London meetings are held ... at 5.00 for 5.30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month unless otherwise mentioned.'
Views of 'Full' Record1379

www.al-bab.com/bys/

Visits to the Website581
Overview'The Society holds regular meetings and lectures and has been involved in sponsoring visits of Yemeni musicians to Britain, the recruitment of British teachers to work in Yemen, support for a medical clinic in Aden, a visit of Welsh musicians and craftsmen to Yemen, and support for publications and exhibitions.'
Views of 'Full' Record1207

www.thebuddhistsociety.org

Visits to the Website700
Overview'There is a Public Lecture arranged on a Wednesday evening at least once a month. This is given by a distinguished speaker and covers a wide range; the principles and practice of Buddhist life, art and culture.'
Views of 'Full' Record952

burlingtonhouse.org

Visits to the Website1094
OverviewList of some Public Lectures at Burlington House: 'Please check the respective links for details of tickets and attendance. People who wish to attend the Society of Antiquaries lectures are kindly requested to call the Society first.'
Views of 'Full' Record1614

www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/events-diary.html

Category:Law & Society
Visits to the Website958
OverviewOccasional lectures and other events open to the public. Need to register interest in attendance.
Named Lectures & TalksEve Saville Memorial Lecture
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record1025

cep.lse.ac.uk

Visits to the Website1276
Overview

Intensive series of specialist lectures, many accessible to non-researchers, plus occasional public lectures.

Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1406

www.cps.org.uk

Visits to the Website974
Overview

Organize a range of lectures and related events.

Named Lectures & TalksKeith Joseph Memorial Lecture | Margaret Thatcher Lecture | Ruttenberg Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1150

www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/home.aspx

Visits to the Website557
Overview'Public events are a key part of the Centre’s activities, providing a critical and scholarly forum for discussion and debate. Through public lectures, seminars and conferences, the Centre enables scholars, practitioners, journalists and policy makers from the public, private, commercial and non-governmental sectors to examine critical issues in the field of human rights ... Events are open to all with no ticket or reservation required, unless otherwise stated.'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record986

www.chathamhouse.org

Visits to the Website1080
Overview

'Chatham House colour-codes the status of each of the institute's events using a "traffic light" system on the website. Events marked green are Members Events which means they are open and available to all members - subject to capacity and demand. Chatham House operates a transparent and equitable "first come, first served" policy around registration for these events. Events marked yellow are open unless otherwise stated, but require registration and/or a small fee. Red events are either invitation only or require a fee. Please check individual event details for further information.'

Also indexedRoyal Institute of International Affairs
Views of 'Full' Record851

www.cpsl.org.uk

Visits to the Website682
Overview'Monthly meetings are held in London.'
Views of 'Full' Record1504

www.iwm.org.uk

Visits to the Website791
OverviewOrganize the Churchill Lecture Series: need to book.
Also indexedImperial War Museum | Military History Channel
Views of 'Full' Record2491

www.trainweb.org/continentalrailwaycircle/london_area_meetings.html

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website992
Overview'Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month except August - doors open 18.30 for 19.15 start, and there is a small admission charge to cover the cost of hiring the hall: light refreshments are on sale from 18.30 and during the interval. A selection of new and second-hand railway books is also on sale.'
Views of 'Full' Record3822

www.courtauld.ac.uk

Category:Art Galleries
Visits to the Website700
Overview'The Courtauld Gallery offers a wide range of gallery talks and events to take part in; from monthly Curators Talks, to Sunday Talks to weekday Lunchtime Gallery Talks.'
Views of 'Full' Record1125

www.courtauld.ac.uk/publicprogrammes/lunchtime.shtml

Visits to the Website830
Overview

'Lunch time talks are delivered by students and researchers at The Courtauld Institute of Art on works in the collection ... Talks are free with admission, start at 1.15 pm and last approximately 15 minutes unless otherwise stated. Signs are placed in the Gallery indicating the title of the talk and where it will take place.' Also other related events.

Also indexedUniversity of London
Views of 'Full' Record1053

www.dauntbooks.co.uk

Category:Bookshops
Visits to the Website1415
Overview'Every month Daunt Books holds a range of interesting author events featuring the likes of William Dalrymple, William Boyd, Alexander McCall Smith and Jan Morris. Please get in touch if you would like to reserve a signed copy from any of these events.' Usually mid-week evenings: tickets typically £8 (including wine).
Views of 'Full' Record1406

www.delius.org.uk/forthcomingevents.htm

Visits to the Website711
Overview'The London Branch meets six or seven times between September and March ... The meetings take the form of talks, interviews, recitals and film shows. Delius is the usual theme, whether the subject be his music or his life and times, but one event per year is usually devoted to another composer or musician, generally one of his contemporaries. Joint meetings/events with Reciprocal Member Societies are becoming increasingly popular. These weekday evening meetings usually begin at 7.15 pm and last until 9.30 pm, with a break for coffee and biscuits. Members are welcome to join the speaker for supper afterwards.'
Views of 'Full' Record1201

www2.lse.ac.uk/anthropology/events/events.aspx

Visits to the Website988
OverviewForthcoming Public Lectures and Talks.
Named Lectures & TalksMalinowski Memorial Lectures
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1246

www2.lse.ac.uk/government/home.aspx

Visits to the Website676
Overview'Members of the Government Department are involved in a whole host of Public lectures and events ...'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1082

www2.lse.ac.uk/management/home.aspx

Visits to the Website566
OverviewOccasional public lectures and related events.
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record920

www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/philosophy/

Category:Westminster
Visits to the Website1251
Overview

'The Department of Philosophy at King's College London is a lively research environment, with many active research seminars and student-run reading groups happening every week during term time (and often during the vacations too!) Our seminars and reading groups are primarily aimed at postgraduates and above, but are generally open to all.'

Views of 'Full' Record2144

www.lse.ac.uk/DPBS/Home.aspx

Visits to the Website541
OverviewOccasional public lectures and related events. (As from 1 July 2016, the Department of Social Psychology expanded to become the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science (PBS).)
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record890

www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/warstudies/index.aspx

Visits to the Website603
OverviewWide range of seminars and related events: enquire about attendance.
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record1257

www.kcl.ac.uk/law/

Category:Schools of Law
Visits to the Website728
OverviewVarious lectures, seminars, etc open to the public, including organized by the various specialist Centres of Excellence within the School. Usually the annotation is something like: 'All are welcome to attend these lectures, including members of the public. Attendance is free of charge.'
Also indexedKing's College London | Centre for Technology, Ethics and Law in Society | Centre of British Constitutional Law and History | Centre of Construction L...
Views of 'Full' Record1214

elgar.org/elgarsoc/branches/london

Category:Elgar Society
Visits to the Website514
Overview'The branch's annual programme runs from October to June with meetings normally held on the first Monday of each month. Meetings ... take place in an informal atmosphere, usually with an interval during which fruit juice, biscuits and a range of merchandise are available. As with all branches, attendance at meetings is free for society members, whether or not London branch members. Visitors and prospective new members are welcome to attend meetings.'
Views of 'Full' Record1436

www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/japanuk150/index.html

Category:Japan
Visits to the Website1063
OverviewJapan-UK Events Calendar 'This calendar has been established to keep people up to date on new and upcoming Japan-related cultural events in the UK. If you are organising a suitable event that you would like to see listed on this calendar, please get in touch with us ...'
Views of 'Full' Record1043

www.eno.org/home.php

Category:Drama & Theatre
Visits to the Website784
Overview

Join the Conversation: Live! 'Our aim is to provide 45 minutes of lively discussion, debate and an insight into ENO's productions plus musical excerpts and we invite you, the audience, to participate through conversation and the opportunity to put questions to our panel of experts. Ideal for newcomers and seasoned opera goers.'

Views of 'Full' Record985

www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/events/Home.aspx

Category:Europe
Visits to the Website645
OverviewFrequent lunchtime or evening events as part of the LSE Public Lectures and Events programme: 'The lectures are free and open to all with some events requiring a ticket so please check the individual web listing.'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record900

www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/

Visits to the Website680
OverviewOffers a wide range of lectures, talks and related events: normally best to enquire first about attendance.
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record970

www.fedtrust.co.uk

Visits to the Website697
Overview

'Regularly holds Workshops, Seminars and larger conferences on a number of issues related to UK, European and Global Governance.' Enquire about attendance.

Views of 'Full' Record786

www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/religionForum/Home.aspx

Visits to the Website782
OverviewSeminar Series 'The Forum invites research students and staff to present their work in progress on religion; contributions are welcome from all disciplines and any geographical foci. The seminars will take place on the first Wednesday of every month. All seminars are free and open to the public; no reservation is necessary.'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record855

www.thefrenchporcelainsociety.com

Category:Arts & Crafts
Visits to the Website930
Overview'The society was established in 1984 by a group of collectors, museum curators, dealers, auction specialists and enthusiasts with the purpose of furthering the study and appreciation of French porcelain of all periods. We fulfil these aims with an active programme of lectures, symposia and visits to collections in England and abroad. We produce a scholarly journal and regular newsletters. The society is open to all.'
Views of 'Full' Record1516

frontlineclub.com/events/

Category:The Media
Visits to the Website978
Overview

'We bring together the key players and thinkers in politics and the media and give you an opportunity not only to hear from experts but to ask questions and contribute to the discussion in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. All events are open to the public.'

Views of 'Full' Record997

www.lse.ac.uk/collections/genderInstitute/events/Default.htm

Visits to the Website1017
Overview'Hosts a series of popular seminars and public lectures throughout the year that are open to all.'
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1333

www.geolsoc.org.uk

Visits to the Website1053
OverviewThe website Events section includes the Shell London Lecture Series. These 'monthly public lectures are all held at the Geological Society's Piccadilly apartments in Burlington House ... Entry to all lectures is free to all, but by ticket only. To obtain a ticket please contact ... Please note that due to the popularity of the lecture series, tickets will be allocated on a monthly ballot basis. We will not be taking indications of interest months in advance this year, so if you would like to attend any of the talks, please email us to let us know around 3 or 4 weeks in advance of the talk date. If at any point attendees, or their guests, are unable to attend, please notify the Society as soon as possible. Most talks will be given twice on the same day, once at 3 pm and once at 6 pm – please note that if you would like to attend the talks, the 3 pm matinees generally have more availability. The talks will be exactly the same in the afternoon and evening.'
Named Lectures & TalksShell London Lecture Series
Views of 'Full' Record2364

www.germanphilately.org

Visits to the Website471
OverviewMeetings every 2-3 months or so: 2 pm, Saturdays.
Views of 'Full' Record790

www.goldsborobooks.com

Category:Bookshops
Visits to the Website901
OverviewOccasional author events and related.
Views of 'Full' Record905

www.grahamfraserfoundation.org.uk

Visits to the Website650
Overview'In 2014 the 20th Graham Fraser Memorial Lecture was the last to be held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. From 2015 the lectures will be hosted by the British Cochlear Implant Group within their annual conference to facilitate attendance by cochlear implant professionals nationwide.'
Views of 'Full' Record1461

www.handelhouse.org

Visits to the Website1064
Overview'Runs a lively series of events as part of its ongoing education programme, including family events, lecture-recitals, live music and special events. The Museum also puts on changing exhibitions allowing a fuller exploration of Handel and the Brook Street house.'
Views of 'Full' Record1053

www.harveiansocietyoflondon.btck.co.uk

Visits to the Website654
Overview'The Society continues to meet on the second Wednesday of each month between October and May where supper can be taken before a lecture, the themes of which are mainly medical ... The membership is mainly medical but also contains a wide cross section of people from all walks of life who have an interest in the current trends in medicine and its associated fields,'
Named Lectures & TalksHarvey Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1431

www.helleniccentre.org

Category:Greece
Visits to the Website1018
OverviewOccasional lectures and related events. Events normally annotated something like: 'Free entry but please confirm attendance ... '
Views of 'Full' Record1311

www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/hellenicObservatory/Events/events.aspx

Category:Greece
Visits to the Website866
Overview'Within LSE's lively Public Lectures programme, the Hellenic Observatory contributes to the presence of Greece in Britain through a number of public lectures. Currently there are three series of annual public lectures: HO Annual Lecture, supported by the endowment of the Venizelos Chair; London Hellenic Society Lecture, funded with the support of the London Hellenic Society; Byron Theodoropoulos Lecture, funded by a grant from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.'
Named Lectures & TalksLondon Hellenic Society Lecture | Byron Theodoropoulos Lecture
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science
Views of 'Full' Record1180

www.theheraldrysociety.com/currentprogramme.htm

Category:Heraldry
Visits to the Website564
Overview'A series of lectures and social events are organised each year.'
Named Lectures & TalksMark Elvins Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record807

www.cymmrodorion.org

Category:Wales
Visits to the Website710
Overview'The Society organizes an ambitious series of lectures at which speakers from academic and public life present papers in English and Welsh. Our meetings are held in London and Wales, at venues that include the Senedd in Cardiff Bay and the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. A special lecture in Welsh - known as the Sir T. H. Parry-Williams Memorial Lecture - is also held at the National Eisteddfod of Wales each year. The Society also hosts many events in conjunction with others, including the Institute of Welsh Affairs, Wales in London and the Mongomeryshire Society ... All events organised by the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion are followed by a short wine reception to which all present are invited.'
Named Lectures & TalksSir T H Parry-Williams Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1330

www.hindestreet.org.uk

Visits to the Website1389
Overview'The Revd Hugh Price Hughes founded the West London Mission in 1887. He was one of the most forward-looking thinkers of the day. We believe these annual lectures are making a significant contribution towards exploring our faith in the 21st century ... All lectures are on Tuesdays at 7.30 pm and are free.' Latest Dates 11 February - 10 June 2014 (5 lectures).
Also indexedHinde Street Methodist Church
Views of 'Full' Record1819

www.hungary.org.uk

Category:Hungary
Visits to the Website970
OverviewOccasional lectures in wide-ranging programme of supported activities.
Also indexedBalassi Institute
Views of 'Full' Record963

idler.co.uk

Category:Salons
Visits to the Website2301
Overview

'We sell beautiful and useful books. We run courses in ukulele, philosophy, Latin, foraging, carpentry and more. We programme talks and lectures on most Thursday evenings. We sell Monmouth coffee, fine teas and cake. Opening hours are ten till six Tuesday to Saturday, and eleven till five on Sundays. We are closed on Mondays.'

Views of 'Full' Record1837

www.indiastudycircle.org

Visits to the Website1020
OverviewWinter programme of meetings, about every two months.
Views of 'Full' Record1411

www.ica.org.uk

Category:Arts Centres
Visits to the Website529
OverviewTalks and lectures programme.
Views of 'Full' Record904

www.iea.org.uk

Visits to the Website685
Overview

'Our public events are open to anyone to attend ... We also hold private events, attendance at these is part of our donation package.'

Views of 'Full' Record1014

www.kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/worldwide/initiatives/global/index.aspx

Category:Westminster
Visits to the Website456
Overview

'By organizing conferences, symposia, and lecture series, the new Institute aims to communicate US related topics to a broader public ...'

Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record719

www.theiet.org/local/uk/index.cfm

Visits to the Website572
Overview

The London Network regularly organises events at Savoy Place attracting large numbers of members and their associates. With a central London location, topics are selected to match the interests of the local community ... Evening Lectures at Savoy Place generally take place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from September to June ... Friday Afternoon Lectures take place on the last Friday of each month from September to June.' Enquire about attendance.

Views of 'Full' Record803

events.imeche.org

Visits to the Website598
Overview

The Institute has a large number of Divisions and Groups which 'provide opportunities for engineers to develop their knowledge, status and professionalism in a wide variety of technical areas; while acting as a source of high quality information and advice to individuals, academia, industry and Government': see the Section 'Industries and Specialisms' within 'Knowledge'. The lectures offered by these Divisions and Groups can usually be traced alongside the programmes of the Institute's geographically-based branches, many cited separately herein.

Views of 'Full' Record942

www.iransociety.org

Category:Iran
Visits to the Website883
Overview'Offers a range of lectures over the course of the year ... Lectures are open to members of The Iran Society, who may bring one guest.'
Views of 'Full' Record970

www.icilondon.esteri.it/IIC_Londra/

Category:Italy
Visits to the Website597
OverviewOccasional talks and related events.
Views of 'Full' Record949

www.japansociety.org.uk/upcoming-events/

Category:Japan
Visits to the Website2156
Overview'With our extensive programme of events, The Japan Society provides many opportunities for Japanese and non-Japanese to meet and share ideas and new experiences. Naturally, there is plenty on offer for those wanting to extend their understanding of contemporary and traditional Japan, its culture, language and people. However, with a membership that is approximately 50% Japanese, we also have events which focus on aspects of British life and provide opportunities to get to know the UK better. The format of events is as varied as the content: lectures and seminars sit alongside gallery visits, film screenings, pub nights and formal dinners.' Arrangements vary: check details - including whether need to be a member of the Society to attend a specific event.
Views of 'Full' Record1429

www.jhse.org/eventsbycity/London

Visits to the Website1111
OverviewEvening Lectures every 1-2 months.
Views of 'Full' Record1327

www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahfest/

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website742
OverviewFestival usually held in October.
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record1469

www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/health/index.html

Visits to the Website838
Overview'The Health Schools run annual and memorial lectures on a variety of topics as well as special inaugural lectures introducing new academic staff to King's ... The International Lecture Series features renowned scientists in translational medicine and basic science ... The lectures on basic science are attributed to Rosalind Franklin in honour of her pioneering work at King’s to reveal the structure of DNA in 1953. The lectures are open to the public, free of charge and there is no need to book.'
Named Lectures & TalksEdmond J Safra Memorial Lecture | Fison Memorial Lecture | Haliburton Lecture in Physiology | Peter Baker Lecture in Physiology | Rosalind Franklin
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record1251

www.kcl.ac.uk/events/index.aspx

Category:Westminster
Visits to the Website665
Overview

'Events'.

Also indexedUniversity of London
Views of 'Full' Record1162

www.kipling.org.uk

Visits to the Website421
OverviewActivities include 'arranging a regular programme of lectures in London, and a formal Annual Luncheon with a Guest Speaker'.
Views of 'Full' Record1017

www.kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/worldwide/initiatives/global/index.aspx

Category:China
Visits to the Website881
Overview'The China Institute has recently launched a series of Distinguished Lectures by prominent figures in the field of China studies.' Enquire about attendance.
Also indexedKing's College London
Views of 'Full' Record1554

www.bbk.ac.uk/hosted/leonardo/

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www2.lse.ac.uk/publicEvents/LSEeventsprogramme.aspx

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'The LSE events programme - with information on LSE public lectures, talks and seminars - is published three times a year (September, January and April) ... LSE host a public lecture programme (PLP) consisting of over 100 lectures every term. The lectures are free and open to all with some events requiring a ticket so please check the individual web listing. The events generally take place in the early evening and last approximately one and a half hours, including a question and answer session ... We recommend that you arrive at the venue 25-30 minutes before the event is scheduled to start to maximise your chances of gaining entry to the event. Many events are already full before the start time and there is no standing space available in the venues.'

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www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/

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lurs.org.uk/meetings.htm

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website828
Overview'A monthly meeting is held on the second Tuesday of each month, usually taking the form of an illustrated talk by a specialist speaker ... Talks are usually illustrated by slides or a PowerPoint presentation and are usually followed by a question and answer session. Doors open at 18.40 for a prompt 19.15 start ... Full membership is available to all 16 years & over.'
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www2.lse.ac.uk/home.aspx

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OverviewOccasional panel discussions and similar events accompanying the main thrust of the operation.
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www2.lse.ac.uk/publicEvents/spaceForThought/Home.aspx

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www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahri/centres/menzies/index.aspx

Category:Australasia
Visits to the Website578
Overview'The Menzies Centre is an Australian cultural base in London, providing a highly regarded forum for the discussion of Australian issues. The Centre's public lectures, conferences, seminars, briefings and literary readings attract a diverse audience and help to produce a more comprehensive, detailed and balanced perception of Australian politics, economics, life and culture than is popularly available.'
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www.mhra.org.uk

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www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/

Visits to the Website2268
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Wide range of talks and lectures: can select 'Kind of Event' Talks in the Calendar.

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www.niesr.ac.uk

Visits to the Website979
OverviewRange of events with annotations frequently such as: 'Seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so please arrive early to avoid disappointment'. However, probably best to enquire about attendance instead of just turning up ...
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www.npg.org.uk/whatson.php

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OverviewExtensive Events Programme, including Gallery Talks and Lectures.
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