2pm, Sunday 17 March
You are invited to join us for a talk about the outbreak of WWII and the roles played by ordinary people on the home front.
Our speaker Adrian Warrell always had a childhood fascination with history, even building a museum in his garden shed when he was 12. From there he trained as a craftsman and began a career as an Armourer working from a shed at the back of Brighton’s Prince Albert Pub. His work has featured, and continues to feature in films, theatres and re-enactments worldwide.
He delivers live and immersive experiences covering the key points of human history, from the beginning of man’s stone age experimentation with technology, to the foundations of modern British society in the 1950s. From the classroom to the castle and many a field, museum, stately home and village hall in between, he brings substantial knowledge and experience gained over a lifetime of avoiding the 9-5!
Tickets available and are limited to 30 places. Book now to avoid disappointment!
Optional donation the door – suggested amount £2