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Cromwell Museum Autumn Lecture Series

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A four part lecture series on aspects of the life and times of Oliver Cromwell by top experts in their field.

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The Cromwell Museum is delighted to announce the 2021 Cromwell Lecture Series, again being held via Zoom.

These talks will be recorded and put on a prvate channel after the 'live talk' for ticket holders to view at their leisure if they miss the live talk or wish to view them again.

THIS PAGE IS FOR THE PURCHASE OF DISCOUNTED 'SEASON TICKETS' FOR ALL FOUR TALKS. Please click on the links for more details and tickets for individual talks.

We are delighted to welcome over four successive Wednesdays:

Wednesday 3 November at 7.30pm - Professor Alan Marshall on ‘Intelligence, Espionage and Cromwell’s Protectorate’

Wednesday 10 November at 7.30pm - Dr Rebecca Warren on ‘God’s Architect: Cromwell’s construction of a Godly Church’

Wednesday 17 November at 7.30pm - Dr Linda Porter on ‘The Tenderest Sight: Cromwell & Charles I’s children’

Wednesday 24 November at 7.30pm - Professor Ronald Hutton on ‘Oliver Cromwell: Saint or Serpent?’

Click on the titles for more information and individual bookings.

PLEASE NOTE: These talks will be held online via Zoom. Joining details will be sent out the week before the talk.

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The Cromwell Museum is home to the world's best collection relating to Oliver Cromwell (1599 - 1658), Soldier & Statesman, and his housed in a medieval building in the heart of historic Huntingdon. It is run by an independent charity.

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