Day Special: Tragedies that Haunt Us
Thursday 26 July,10.30am-3.30pm
£35 (£30 online)
100 years ago this year the unsinkable liner, the Titanic, sank. It was a huge tragedy at the time, and it haunts us still. There were individual stories of both valour and cowardice. The story of the ship, its passengers, and crew will be told in this half day course.
Captain Scott; The Last Victorian Hero
Captain Scott was a naval man whose attempt to lead the first Antarctic Expedition to The South Pole ended in failure. Yet the failure was greeted back in Britain as a sort of victory - ‘a noble failure’. We shall tell the story of the men and their expedition in our afternoon together.
The morning on the Titanic
The afternoon on Captain Scott