If you have an enquiring mind and a passion for learning, our series of public lectures and talks provides the perfect stimulation.
For well over a decade, Dillington House has run a programme of Sunday-afternoon lectures covering a wide range of subjects. The quality of our speakers is exceptional, matched only by the standard of our surroundings: our buildings are steeped in history, and our grounds set amid a panorama of picturesque charm.
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To mark the publication and launch of ’Art Deco Architecture – The Interwar Period,’ Mike Hope will give a lecture on the impact...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
How many current non – royal Dukedoms’ are there? Can you name them? Are they heading for extinction? This lecture will look specifically...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
Beethoven is undoubtedly one of the greatest composers of all time – for some he is the greatest. Yet he is much misunderstood. Phil Grabsky...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
The ancient Egyptians began making glass c1450 BC following the introduction of the technique from Syria. The Egyptians were soon highly skilled at...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
The music, architecture and manuscript illumination of medieval England are among the greatest acheievements of any period of English cultural history....Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
Join Brian Anderson, Dillington lecturer and photographer, who returns with the latest talk from his Images from the Edge series. In ‘More Cold...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry
It is arguably the greatest painting of the twentieth century. Picasso’s Guernica was a defiant statement hewn out of the barbarity of civil...Lecture Details Booking Enquiry