The Loughton Festival 2017 - STUDY DAYS 2017
The Loughton Festival 2017 - Heritage, Literature, Arts & Culture


STUDY DAYS

Study Day with Prof. David Stevenson (LSE).

20 May 2017, 10am - 4.30
  



A festival favourite, David Stevenson will this year be presenting another of his Day Schools, this time about the Russian Revolution.

His next book, which will be called War, Peace and Revolutions will also be published in 2017.

The book is about the First World War in 2017, so if it is published on time this might even become a book launch. 

Venue: Loughton Library
 
Tickets:  £15 including teas. Please bring your own lunch or you can purchase a sandwich nearby. 

Booking is now open, please email info@loughtonfestival.org or complete the form on the contact page via this website for more information. 








Saturday 27 May, 10am - 4pm 


Dr Mark Felton



















On the night of 30 August 1942 – ‘Zero Night’ – 40 officers from Britain, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa staged the most audacious mass escape of the Second World War. Zero Night is the story of that escape that the fighter ace, Douglas Bader, would later describe as ‘the most brilliant escape conception of this war’.

Mark Felton will recount that story, which is currently being made into a film. This is a Study Day not to be missed! 

Tickets:  £15 including teas. Please bring your own lunch or you can purchase a sandwich nearby. 

Booking is now open, please email info@loughtonfestival.org or complete the form on the contact page via this website for more information.  





*Tuesday 30 May, 10am - 4pm.


WEA Day School Victoria - Grandmother of Europe.




To be held in the Loughton Bowls Club, Eleven Acre Rise, IG10 1AN.  Tutor Margaret Mills.

Booking: £25, please phone 020 8508 4554.  












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