Shropshire Regimental Museum: Talks Programme

Shrewsbury Castle and Shropshire Regimental Museum invite you to join them for a series of intriguing talks about Shropshire’s military history and the fascinating story of the Castle itself.

Friday 28 September 2018
“Verdun, the Battle that changed the 20th century” with Phillip Stevens

Shrewsbury Castle
Starts 7.30pm
Drinks available from 7pm

Friday 12 October 2018A black and white image of World War One soldiers on a ship following victory in the Great War. Learn more in the talks at Shrewsbury Castle.
“How the Allies won the First World War in 1918” with Gary Sheffield

Copthorne Army Reserve Centre
Starts 7.30pm
Drinks available from 7pm

An image of Shrewsbury Castle through the arch. Learn more about Shrewsbury Castle during the talks programme on Friday 30 November 2018.


Friday 30 November 2018
“The Hidden Hand of Genius: Robert Adam, the Pulteney’s and Shrewsbury Castle” with Gareth Williams
Shrewsbury Castle
Starts 7.30pm
Drinks available from 7pm

 

 

Friday 5 January 2019
“German prisoners of war in Britain 1945-1948” with Professor Dieter Steinert
Shrewsbury Castle
Starts 7.30pm
Drinks available from 7pm

Friday 22 February 2019
“Battle of Le Cateau, 26 August 1914” with Spencer Jones
Shrewsbury Castle
Starts 7.30pm
Drinks available from 7pm

All talks tickets are £10 per person (£7 for “Friends of Shropshire Regimental Museum”) and can be booked here or you can email [email protected]