Watch our online talks for just £5!

This page lists our future online talks and past talks which are available to watch again. Both future and past talks can be watched for just £5 each. Access to a live event also allows you to watch the recording again at time which suits you.

Our upcoming online events:

We are now hosting our online talks on Zoom, ticketed through Eventbrite.

Highgate Cemetery Through Victorian Eyes

Chief Executive of the Friends of Highgate Cemetery Trust Ian Dungavell delves into the history of Highgate Cemetery.
Tue, Jan 26, 2021 7:00 PM - £5 - Click here to book!

Ten Birmingham Women

Museum curator Henrietta Lockhart explores the lives of ten women living at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Mon, Feb 1, 2021 7:00 PM - £5 -Click here to book!

Spring Lecture Series

On February 10th, we launch our annual Spring Lecture Series. Due to Covid-19 we will be hosting the series on Zoom for the first time!
You can purchase individual tickets to each of the talks below for £5, or we are offering a package ticket to all 7 talks for just £30. To purchase our package ticket, click here.

The Architecture of Sir Ernest George: The Larger Country Houses by Hilary Grainger
Victorian Society Chair Hilary Grainger discusses Ernest George's major houses.

W.H. Crossland by Sheila Binns
The life and works of W H Crossland explored by the author of the first monograph on the architect.

Refashioning Gothic: the Architecture of Temple Moore by Geoff Brandwood
Former Chair of the Victorian Society Geoff Brandwood analyses the architecture of an innovatory Gothic architect.

A.W.N. Pugin and the Country House by Rosemary Hill
Rosemary Hill, the award-winning biographer of Pugin, discusses a little-known aspect of his work.

John Francis Bentley by Peter Howell
Peter Howell, author of a new book on Bentley, explores the work of this great Roman Catholic architect.

William Leiper’s Distinctive Eclecticism by Simon Green
Architectural historian Simon Green discusses the work of a major neglected Scottish architect.

G.F. Bodley and William Morris
Burlington Magazine editor Michael Hall explores Morris's friendship with a leading Gothic revival architect.

Tue, Mar 23, 2021 7:00 PM - Click here for more information and to book!

Missed a talk? You can still purchase tickets to past talks on Crowdcast below:

Victorian Society events are publicised to members below and in the 'Blue Sheet' with our mailings in February, June and October. Some require booking, others you can just turn up on the day.

For events organised by our regional groups, please see the regional group pages:

Birmingham & West Midlands; Leicester; Liverpool; Manchester; West Yorkshire; South Yorkshire and Wales.

We're always looking for volunteers to put on events for us. Please contact us for more information.