Watch our online talks for just £5!
Our upcoming online talks and past talks which can be watched again are listed below. All our talks are just £5 each. Tickets to live events also allow you to watch again at time which suits you.
We're always looking for volunteers to put on events for us. Please contact us for more information.
Our upcoming online events:
We are now hosting our online talks on Zoom, ticketed through Eventbrite.
Spring Lecture Series
John Francis Bentley by Peter Howell
Peter Howell, author of a new book on Bentley, explores the work of this great Roman Catholic architect.
William Leiper’s Distinctive Eclecticism by Simon Green
Architectural historian Simon Green discusses the work of a major neglected Scottish architect.
G.F. Bodley and William Morris
Burlington Magazine editor Michael Hall explores Morris's friendship with a leading Gothic revival architect.
Is it or isn’t it? A field guide to Arts & Crafts Churches
Dr Alec Hamilton, author of Arts & Crafts Churches (Lund Humphries, 2020), considers twenty-two churches that deserve to be better known.
Ordinary Lives with Extraordinary Impacts: The C19th Ironbridge Gorge
Curator Lauren Stephenson delves into the rich history of the globally important UNESCO World Heritage site Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire.
From ‘Lady Woodcarvers’ to Professionals: The Remarkable Pinwill Sisters
Learn all about the remarkable Pinwill sisters who worked as professional woodcarvers in Victorian Ermington and then Plymouth.
Virtual book launch: AWN Pugin by David Frazer Lewis
This is a ticket to buy the book 'AWN Pugin' by David Frazer Lewis and attend the virtual book launch event to hear from the author!
Grand Designs for Health & Wellbeing in the Victorian Hospital
Explore the fascinating history of 19th-century hospitals in this talk by the Survey of London's Harriet Richardson.
Missed a talk? You can still purchase tickets to past talks:
Victorian Society events are publicised to members below and in the 'Blue Sheet' with our mailings in February, June and October. Some require booking, others you can just turn up on the day.
For events organised by our regional groups, please see the regional group pages:
Birmingham & West Midlands; Leicester; Liverpool; Manchester; West Yorkshire; South Yorkshire and Wales.