House History Show update

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28 March 2021
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Explore the history of homes & buildings in centuries past at the House History Show & summer lecture series, starting Saturdy 15 May 2021
Join us for The House History Show on 15 May 2021, and discover more about the history of homes in times past.

'When was my house built?' is a question many of us wonder.

At the House History Show we will help you m​​​​aster the skills you need to turn back time and reveal the history of a house inside and out. The online event will feature the UK’s leading house historians who will be sharing their expertise to help you learn how to research and tell the story of a home.

Urban mansion or rural cottage, stately home, tenement, or Victorian terrace – the knowledge you’ll gain at The House History Show and summer lecture series will enable you to research a home, its interior, origins, development, locality and the lives of the people who once lived there across centuries.

About the programme

The House History Show will take place online 10am to 4.30pm GMT Saturday 15 May, presented by the leading team of UK House Historians, and sponsored by Chimni.com. The full-day show, on 15 May, will be followed by an online house history lecture and presentation series through May and June.

The full-day programme will include a fascinating, inspirational and packed programme (for full details click here):

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Two keynotes

  • A House Through Time – a conversation with historical consultant Deborah Sugg Ryan and research consultant Melanie Backe-Hansen from the popular BBC series A House Through Time.
  • Delving into the sources to research the history of your house with historian Nick Barratt – four case studies & a panel discussion.

How to book your place

Tickets for the full 15 May programme and all subsequent lectures (running 20 May, 27 May, 3 June, 10 June) cost £45 all-inclusive. All sessions will be recorded and made available to registered attendees.

To book your place please click here.

Tickets for the May & June summer lecture series, starting 20 May, may also be bought individually, £10 each (details & full programme details coming soon).

We very much look forward to seeing you there!

Image in the public domain from the British Library Flickr Collection.

To find out more about the House History team of experts behind the House History Show, please visit: https://www.househistoryhour.co.uk/