‘On the Trail of T.E. Lawrence: 1908-1911’, a talk by Dr Nick Lynch

Combined North West Group & Royal Geographical Society event CHESTER CATHEDRAL – FRIDAY 18th FEBRUARY 2022 @ 7:00 pm – Tickets must be purchased in advance from The Royal Geographical Society website at a special price of £7.50 for Society members. There will be no cash sales on the door. ‘On the Trail of T.E. Lawrence: 1908-1911’, … Continue reading ‘On the Trail of T.E. Lawrence: 1908-1911’, a talk by Dr Nick Lynch

£7.50

Society weekend in Hay-on-Wye

Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro Court, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, HR3 5LE Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro Court, Hay-on-Wye, Powys,, Hereford

Friday 22 to Sunday 24 April 2022 ‎ Hay-on-Wye in the Welsh Borders is widely regarded as the literary capital of the country thanks to its thirty-plus book shops and its famous book festival, held each May. We invite Society members to join us there for a social weekend of lectures, convivial company and an … Continue reading Society weekend in Hay-on-Wye

Seville Society trip – on line (Zoom) presentation

The Society presents a Zoom based meeting looking back at the recent Society trip to Seville and Southern Spain, where the film locations for David Lean’s iconic film were set. Presenters will include Louise Walker and Andrew Wright Susan Vincent is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: My Meeting Time: Jul 30, 2022 … Continue reading Seville Society trip – on line (Zoom) presentation

T E Lawrence Society Symposium 2022

Keble College Oxford , United Kingdom

The 16th Symposium of the T. E. Lawrence Society Keble College, OxfordFriday 23 to Sunday 25 September 2022 The Society is pleased to be back in Oxford at Keble College, which is a new and exciting venue for our 16th Symposium.  Programme details and Booking Forms will be sent out to all members in late February. … Continue reading T E Lawrence Society Symposium 2022

Exhibition: Challenging Legacies: The Kingdom of Iraq and Gertrude Bell

Newcastle University Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Members may be interested in this new exhibition at the Great North Museum Hancock in Newcastle. This is the culmination of work done on the Gertrude Bell Archive at Newcastle University as outlined by Dr Mark Jackson at our 2018 Symposium On display from 16th January - 5th March 2023, Hall 1, Great North Museum … Continue reading Exhibition: Challenging Legacies: The Kingdom of Iraq and Gertrude Bell

Free

Lawrence as a Writer

Zoom presentation in conjunction with World War I Army Museum, Kansas, USA. Presentation by Philip Neale at 20.00 (UK time) 14.00 (US CT) Please use link to register interest and obtain link to event Colonel Thomas E. Lawrence always aspired to be a great writer. His 1926 published book “Seven Pillars of Wisdom” was an … Continue reading Lawrence as a Writer

Joint Study Day on Lawrence and Thomas Hardy

Corn Exchange High Street, Dorchester, United Kingdom

Joint Study day on 1st April 2023 with Dorset Group of the TEL Society and the Thomas Hardy Society on the friendship of TE Lawrence and Thomas Hardy which started 100 year ago on March 29th, 1923. The keynote speaker is Jean Moorcroft Wilson, writer of biographies of both Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon. Other … Continue reading Joint Study Day on Lawrence and Thomas Hardy

Lawrence Lecture Series: The ‘Earthly Paradise’ at Clouds Hill – presented on Zoom

Members may be interested in the next talk in the series arranged by the Society in conjunction with the National World War I Museum in Kansas. The talk will be delivered by Martin Gething, Tony Gill and Neill Child who are all Society members, as well as being guides at Clouds Hill. The Event will … Continue reading Lawrence Lecture Series: The ‘Earthly Paradise’ at Clouds Hill – presented on Zoom

Blood Gold and Oil: A Play by Jan Woolf

The Gatehouse, Highgate , United Kingdom

Rootball & Chromolume Theatre present  Blood Gold and Oil  “We fought on a lie”  Written by Jan Woolf | Directed by Isaac Bernier-Doyle  Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London on  25 – 30 April 2023    From the Arab revolt of the First World War, a modern hero is constructed: the complex, flawed figure of Lawrence of Arabia. His legacy is as … Continue reading Blood Gold and Oil: A Play by Jan Woolf

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