Events

10 Jan Monthly Meeting – Online Quiz – prior sign up required

Starts at  2.00 as usual please email   kingstonu3a@gmail.com to book a place. Have friends round at your house to do it together online or come and be put into a team as you arrive online.

London u3a Region Online Talks from January to April 2022

Here’s a list of the talks to be held over the next few months. Each talk takes place on a Monday, 5.30pm-6.30pm (log in from 5pm) 

  • Owen Jones: The Victorian Era’s Forgotten Artistic Giant 1809-1874 – 10 Jan
  • Poisons (Without Practical Advice) – 24 Jan
  • Haunted: A Very Strange Lecture – 7 Feb
  • The Life and Work of Christina Rossetti – 21 Feb
  • The Bayeux Tapestry and its Hidden Messages – 7 Mar
  • Tulips: A Terrible, Triumphant Story – 21 Mar
  • Women in Ancient Egypt – 4 Apr

 

7th Feb Monthly Meeting Sex, Secrets,Scandal and Salacious Gossip of the Royal Court 1660-1830

18th Feb – A Passion for Drawing – Colin Wiggins

Fri Feb 18th 2022 A Passion for Drawing
Presented by Colin Wiggins
Places are available in the hall or for on-line viewing and booking is open. Poster on Drawing

7th March Monthly Meeting – Climbing Kilimanjaro – Graham Horn

18th March – The Art and Objects of the Mughal Emperors – Surrey Network Study Day

Fri Mar 18th 2022 The Art and Objects of the Mughal Emperors
Presented by Ursula Weekes
Places are available in the hall or for on-line viewing and booking is open. Poster on Mughals

22nd March – Study Day London Consortium – The Challenges of Architecture – Richard Mayo Hall

Study Day: The Challenges of Architecture – Tuesday, 22 March SW London Consortium is organising this study day in the Mayo Hall at the United Reformed Church in Kingston. The programme includes three talks and a walk, plus tea/coffee. Tickets: £15. The flyer, with full description, directions and booking details, will be published at a later date. In the meantime, keep your eye on London Region’s website.

4th April Monthly Meeting – How Magicians are seen in Paintings, Prints and Cartoons – Ian Keable

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