28th Wellington Lecture
This year’s Wellington Lecture, titled ‘Wellington, a Storied Life’, will be delivered by Bernard Cornwell, the most successful and prolific historical novelist writing today. He is the author of over 50 novels published in 30 countries and in 28 languages and has sold over 20 million books around the world. His non-fiction account of the battle of Waterloo was a number one bestseller and received rave reviews.
Date: Wednesday 19 October 2016 | 18:00, teas & coffees will be served from 17:30
Venue: Building 32/Room 1015 (Triple EEE Lecture Theatre)
For further information and to register for the lecture go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/28th-wellington-lecture-tickets-26900535225
Explore Your Archive events
To mark this year’s Wellington Lecture, Special Collections will be hosting a free open afternoon allowing visitors to view material from the Wellington Archive and meet the curators.
While tickets have recently sold out for this event, we will be hosting two further Explore Your Archive events in November and December, focusing on medicine and the arts respectively.