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WHAT'S ON - MUSEUM PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

This page is regularly updated with inclusion of new events as they are arranged.  For more information, contact:: The Curator, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum, Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Road; Winchester, SO23 8TS.  Tel: 01962 828549.  e-mail: curator@rgjmuseum.co.uk

2016

 
6.15 pm Monday 23 May 2016 – Evening Talk
Subject: ‘The Battle of Jutland, 1916’
(Ninth in a series of talks programmed to coincide with the centenary of events during the First World War)
Speaker: Professor Andrew Lambert, Laughton Professor of Naval History, King's College London
More details >>
 
10.30 am to 3.30 pm Sunday 19 June 2016
Winchester’s Military Museums ‘On Parade’
A fun day for all the family with a military band, displays and stalls marking the start of national Armed Forces Week
Free admission
More details in due course
 
6.15 pm Tuesday 21 June 2016 – Evening Talk
Subject: ‘The Somme, 1916 – What are we talking about?’
(Tenth in a series of talks programmed to coincide with the centenary of events during the First World War)
More details in due course
Tuesday 28 June to Sunday 11 September 2016
Special Exhibition: ‘Blood-Soaked Fields: Waterloo and the First Day of the Somme Compared’

More details in due course
 
Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September 2016
National Heritage Open Weekend

Free admission

 
6.15 pm Tuesday 20 September 2016 – Evening Talk
Subject: ‘Rifles in the Desert: The War in North Africa, 1941’
Speaker:
Dr Niall Barr, lecturer, King’s College London and the Joint Services Command and Staff College, Shrivenham
More details in due course
 
Monday 7 November to Friday 16 December 2016
Special Exhibition: ‘Royal Connections’

In conjunction with Winchester’s Military Museum and Hampshire’s 2016 Big Theme ‘Royal Blood’
More details in due course
 
6.15 pm Tuesday 22 November 2016 – Evening Talk
Subject: ‘Commissariat of Affections: The Army Postal Services in the Great War’

(Eleventh in a series of talks programmed to coincide with the centenary of events during the First World War)
Speaker: Simon Fenwick, military historian
More details in due course
 
   
   

 


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