Another chance to hear Emma Bromley

There is another chance to hear Emma Bromley’s talk about this remarkable manuscript. The Black Book of Warwick: Oligarchy, factionalism and urban politics in the Sixteenth Century Emma Bromley, B.A. (Hons), MRes; independent researcher. The ‘Black Book of Warwick’ is a fascinating and invaluable manuscript for understanding sixteenth-century urban politics.  In this talk, Emma Bromley … More Another chance to hear Emma Bromley

From Paris to Warwick: The Story of Tony Dury

Next meeting of the Warwick Society Tuesday 9th February 2021 This is a zoom meeting. Details of how to join it are available from the Warwick Society on sec@warwicksociety.org.uk. Join the meeting from 19.15hrs Antoine Dury was born in Lyons in 1819 and studied there and in Paris. This well illustrated talk brings to light … More From Paris to Warwick: The Story of Tony Dury

The Sixty-ninth AGM of the Warwick Society

The sixty-ninth Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held by video conference at 7.30pm on Tuesday 12 January 2021. The Society’s activities were necessarily very limited for most of last year.We had two successful ‘Zoom’ meetings in the autumn, and hope to arrange more for the spring. We all look forward to proper … More The Sixty-ninth AGM of the Warwick Society

Emma Hamilton and her connection to Warwick

This is a Zoom lecture from Adam Busiakiewicz To receive a link please send name and email address to sec@warwicksociety.org.uk Tuesday 10th November. Meeting opens at 19.15 Emma Hamilton remains one of the most intriguing female celebrities of late eighteenth century Britain. She was the muse of artists and painters, and eventually won the heart … More Emma Hamilton and her connection to Warwick