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Andrew is available for Lectures, Talks, Keynote Addresses, Adult Education and Guest Speaker bookings.

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Dr Andrew Lacey

Tel: 01223 863924, Mobile: 07754 947127, Email: Dr Andrew Lacey

Booking is not required to attend any of the Talks/Lectures listed below, unless otherwise stated.


There are no Talks/Lectures scheduled at the present time. Please check back, or join the free Andrew Lacey E-News newsletter group for immediate updates (see details below).

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'1918: Armistice, Local Celebrations and 'The War to End War'
Landbeach Society. Wednesday, 21st November, 2018.

Cruel Necessity? The English Civil Wars.
Panel discussion given as part of the Malvern Festival of Military History. 6th October, 2018.

'The British Monarchy and World War II'.
Lecture given as part of the Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches visit to Cambridge. 22nd March, 2018.

Revolution, Riot and Reform! Britain 1815 - 1832.
Woodbridge Museum Day School, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 17th March, 2018.

Art of the Dictators, 1919 - 1953.
Lecture given as part of the University of Cambridge, Undergraduate Diploma in the History of Art. 3rd March, 2018.

Tudor Cambridge.
A talk to the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides. 13th November, 2017.

German Expressionism.
Lecture delivered as part of the University of Cambridge. Undergraduate Diploma in History of Art II. Saturday, 28th October, 2017.

'Planning for Armageddon - Local Nuclear Bunkers'
Landbeach Society. Wednesday, 19th April, 2017.

'Our Changing World: The Threat of Nuclear War'
University of Cambridge, International Summer School, Graduate Studies Programme. July 15th, 2016.

'Cambridge Spies'
Landbeach Society. 7.30pm Wednesday 18th May, 2016

'Matthew Parker and his Library'
Swavesey and District History Society. Tuesday, 19th April, 2016

'Fighting for Hitler - Collaboration in the Second World War'
University of Cambridge. Institute of Continuing Education. Madingley Hall Open Day 'taster' lecture. 24th March, 2016.

'A Load of Bull! National Service in Post-War Britain, 1947 - 1963'
University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education. Madingley Hall Open Day 'taster' lecture. 24th March, 2016

'Art and Power in the Seventeenth Century - Charles I and Louis XIV'
For the Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches, Florida. Madingley Hall, 17th March, 2016

Matthew Parker and his Library.
Royston and District Local History Society. Thursday, 3rd March, 2016

1) The Tudors - Fearsome and Fascinating?
2) Sir Christopher Wren and his Buildings
University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education Open Day at Madingley Hall. Thursday, 2nd April, 2015.

The Art and Architecture of the Dictators, 1918 - 1953.
University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall. Saturday, 21st March, 2015

From Book Chests to Towers: A History of Cambridge University Library
Landbeach Society. Wednesday, 18th February, 2015.

Matthew Parker and his Library.
Cambridgeshire Association for Local History. Saturday, 3rd January, 2015.

The Glorious Dead: Memory and Mourning after the First World War.
Landbeach Society. Wednesday, 19th November, 2014.



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