Events

The Georgian Group organises a wide range of member events including lectures, walking tours and country visits. The current season’s events are listed on this page.

Our evening lectures at 6 Fitzroy Square are open to both members and non-members – doors open at 6.15pm, lectures start at 6.30pm. Most other events run by the Georgian Group require membership to attend (unless otherwise noted in the listing).

All bookings should be made online via the website. If you have any questions or problems booking via the website please contact the office on 020 7529 8920 or email members@georgiangroup.org.uk.

All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions – please read through before purchasing any tickets. 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, at present all our events are taking place online.

Current Events

january

mon25jan6:30 pmFeaturedYG Online Lecture: The London Town House of Mary, Duchess of NorfolkYG Online lecture by Juliet Learmouth6:30 pm Book Now

february

tue02feb6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: Huguenot Refugee Art and CultureOnline lecture by Dr Tessa Murdoch6:30 pm Book Now

mon15feb6:30 pmFeaturedYG Online Lecture: James Gillray: The Best Jokes in Georgian BritainYG Online lecture by Alice Loxton6:30 pm Book Now

tue16feb6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: Happy Families? The domestic discord of the HanoveriansOnline lecture by Adrian Tinniswood6:30 pm Book Now

march

tue02mar6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Hidden HorticulturistsOnline lecture by Fiona Davison. Part of our Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

tue09mar6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Marble Hill – A Garden of Grottos and GrovesOnline lecture by Emily Parker. Part of our Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

mon15mar6:30 pmYG Online Lecture: James Gibbs’s St Mary-le-Strand: A Roman Baroque Church on the Threshold of the City of London?YG Online lecture by William Aslet6:30 pm Book Now

tue16mar6:30 pmOnline Lecture: William Kent: Garden Designer, Architect, Interior DesignerOnline lecture by George Carter and Caroline Knight. Part of the Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

tue23mar6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Vauxhall, Sex & Entertainment: The Invention of the Urban Pleasure GardenOnline lecture by Prof. Penelope Corfield. Part of the Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

tue30mar6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Welsh Gardens and the Grand TourOnline lecture by Bettina Harden. Part of the Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

april

tue06apr6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Follies: An Architectural JourneyOnline lecture by Rory Fraser. Part of the Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

tue13apr6:30 pmOnline Lecture: The English Landscape RevolutionOnline lecture by Kim Wilkie. Part of the Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series6:30 pm Book Now

mon19apr6:30 pmYG Online Lecture: Permeability and the Picturesque: British Country Houses at the Turn of the Nineteenth CenturyYG Online lecture by Rebecca Tropp6:30 pm Book Now

tue27apr6:30 pmOnline Lecture: Napoleon I: Emperor and KingOnline lecture by Philip Mansel6:30 pm Book Now

may

tue04may6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: Sir John Soane’s fascination with Napoleon Bonaparte Online lecture by Frances Sands6:30 pm Book Now

tue18may6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: The Fall of the House of ByronOnline lecture by Emily Brand6:30 pm Book Now

june

tue01jun6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: The Female Byron - Letitia Elizabeth LandonOnline Lecture by Lucasta Miller6:30 pm Book now

tue15jun6:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: Brighton’s development as a seaside resort between c.1750 and 1830 – causes and consequencesOnline lecture by Sue Berry6:30 pm Book Now

Past Events

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