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Events at The National Archives
We hold a range of events, from free public talks on records of interest, to training courses for archivists and academics.
If you are unable to visit The National Archives, most of our talks are available as podcasts.
You can also find information on events and talks we are involved in on our Events elsewhere page.
Calendar of events at The National Archives
- 24 April 2014User ForumFree event
- 24 April 2014Georgian Londoners: the making of a modern cityFree event
- 01 May 2014Writer of the month: Fighting on the Home Front - the Legacy of Women in World War OneTicket event
- 01 May 2014The naval policy of the Free Church of ScotlandFree event
- 08 May 2014Reluctant regicides? The trial of Charles I revisitedFree event
- 12 May 2014Webinar: Why did people fear the Victorian workhouse?Free event
- 15 May 2014Finding my father in MesopotamiaFree event
- 22 May 2014The half-mad Lord: a Georgian scandalCANCELLED
- 29 May 2014Inconvenient people and how to find them: tales from the Victorian lunacy panicsFree event
- 05 June 2014Special Operations Executive (SOE) service some alternative sourcesFree event
- 11 June 2014Webinar: Tracing British battalions or regiments during the First World WarFree event
- 12 June 2014Did she kill him? Addiction, adultery and arsenic in Victorian BritainFree event
- 19 June 20141314 and all that: What was going on at the Battle of BannockburnFree event
- 25 June 2014Writer of the month: A Very British MurderTicket event
- 26 June 2014The Grand Tours and conflicting identities of eighteenth-century English catholic travellers: Sir Thomas Gascoigne (1745-1810) and Henry Swinburne (1743-1803)Free event
- 28 June 2014Conference: War and peace - Diplomacy, Espionage and the First World WarTBC
Events for students
The education service runs workshops and events for school pupils and students, from key stage 1 through to undergraduates.