The Regal Room


We have a monthly talk/slideshow or film

It will state below where there is a charge for these events

Tickets are available from the museum during opening hours.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm
01268 773535

2020 Talks/slideshows

Tickets for all talks must be booked in advance

Wednesday 12th February
"Women and the Great War" a talk by Carole Mulroney

At 7.30pm, (doors open at 7pm)

All Welcome, Friends of the museum £3.50 or £4 (Includes refreshments)

Amateur Historian Carole Mulroney takes us through the War years, explaining the immense contribution women made to the war effort, and the often bizarre roles they were called upon to play at this time and how they were treated.

Women at War

Wednesday 11th March
"London's Metropolitan Essex"

At 7.30pm, (doors open at 7pm)

All Welcome, Friends of the museum £3.50 or £4 (Includes refreshments)

The bits of East London that used to be Essex until 1965, including Dagenham, Romford and Barking. A talk and slide show by Andrew Summers of Essex Publications

Wednesday 8th April
"From Cumberland to Waterloo"!

A talk by Lieutenant Joseph Taylor Clark (North Gloucestershire Regiment of Foot)

Wednesday 29th April
"The Field of the Cloth of Gold"

A talk and slide show by Jo Mabbutt.
This talk will be held at Rayleigh Library. All tickets £5.
In June 1520 Henry VIII and Francis I met in a field south of Calais for 18 days of various events and entertainments, Staged to display the skill and splendour of each King and Country. How was it all achieved?

cloth of gold

Wednesday 13th May
"A Hockley History"

a talk and slide show by Paul Taylor.
Did you know Rudyard Kipling had a holiday home in Hockley?

Wednesday 10th June
"H.M.S. Belfast"

A talk by Dave Record

HMS Belfast

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