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Salisbury History Festival calendar of events  2022

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 21st August - 2pm 

The Salisbury History Festival Lectures

Speakers:

John Chandler - The History of the Hobnob Press

Anthony Hamber - Early Photography in Salisbury 1839 - 1880

Edwin Garman - The Inns & Taverns of Salisbury

Venue: The United Reformed Church, Fisherton Street, Salisbury.

Tickets: £7 (cash only please) available from:-

Rocketship Bookshop, Bridge Street, Salisbury, SP1 2N

Tuesday 23rd August - 7.30 pm

Fisherton House Asylum and My Time There As Head Gardner

Presented by: Frogg Moody.

Venue: Salisbury Library, Market Walk, Salisbury.

Tickets: £3 (cash only please) available from:- 

Salisbury Library, Market Walk, Salisbury, SP1 1BL

Wednesday 24th August - 10.00 am

The Timezone History Trail "Exploring and Retracing the Past"

Presented by: Neil Beagrie, Frogg Moody and Matt Pike.

Venue: The Ox Row Inn, Market Place, Salisbury.

Tickets: £6 (limited numbers) available from:-  

The History Bookshop, Fisherton Mill Courtyard,

108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury, SP2 7QY

Tel: 07772 632517 

 

Wednesday 24th August - 7.30 pm 

1769 - A Year of The Salisbury Journal

Presented by: Ruby Vitorino Moody

Venue: The Pheasant Inn, Salt Lane, Salisbury, SP1 1DT

Tickets:- Free Entry All Welcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 25th August - 6 pm onward

Book Launch - An Invitation

The Haunch of Venison Salisbury - An A To Z History by Ruby Vitorino Moody

Presented by: Ruby Vitorino Moody.

An very special invitation to celebrate the publication of Ruby's New Book! 

That charts the history of Salisbury's most iconic pub.

Venue: The Haunch of Venison, 1 Minster Street, Salisbury, SP1 1TB.​

 

Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August - 7.30 pm

History at Large in Collaboration with Studio Theatre Presents

An Inquest Into The Death of  Eileen McNamee

Salisbury "Titanic " Victim

Written by: George Flemming

Venue: Studio Theatre, Ashley Road, Salisbury, SP2 7TN

​Tickets £10 available from:-

Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, SP1 1EJ

Sunday 28th August - 10.30 am

The Lake Down History Hike

After Selling out Twice over at last years History Festival,

Matt Pike's Lake Down History Hike Returns!

Written and Led by:- Matt Pike

Venue: Starting at Lake Club, Wilsford Cum Lake, SP4 7BN

Tickets: £20 (cash only) available from:-

Rocketship Bookshop, Bridge Street, Salisbury, SP1 2ND

 

 

(BANK HOLIDAY) Monday 29th August - 11.00 am

A Last Ditch Effort - Guided Walk 

Written and Hosted by The H Team

A Guided Walk Visiting Salisbury's Forgotten River.

Venue: Starting at Fisherton Clock Tower Bridge

Tickets: £5 (Limited to 20) available from:-

The History Bookshop, Fisherton Mill Courtyard,

108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury, SP2 7QY

Salisbury History Festival Lectures Poster 2022
The Timezone History Trail Salisbury History Festival 24 Aug 2022
Haunch of Venison An A to Z History Ruby Vitirino Salsibury History Festival 2022
Fisherton House Asylum Salisbury History Festival 2022
Inquest Eileen McNamee Titanic Victim By George Flemming Salisbury History Festival 2022
The Lake Down History Hike by Matt Pike 28th Aug 2022
A Last Ditch Effort Guided By H Team Salisbury History Festival 2022
Haunch of Venison An A to Z History Ruby Vitirino Salsibury History Festival 2022
The Timezone History Trail Salisbury History Festival 24 Aug 2022
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Salisbury History Festival Lectures Poster 2022
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The Falklands War 40 Years On By Matt Dean Salisbury History Festival25 Aug 2022
Inquest Eileen McNamee Titanic Victim By George Flemming Salisbury History Festival 2022
The Lake Down History Hike by Matt Pike 28th Aug 2022
A Last Ditch Effort Guided By H Team Salisbury History Festival 2022
 
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TESTIMONIALS

"A brilliant community event - very well attended"

John Glen MP

"Magical and Superb"

S. Hulass (London)

"This Salisbury based film in such an iconic building as

The Chapel was inspirational"

R. Newman

"So much research and presented extremely well.."

M. Webb

"Fabulous talk brought to life with local involvement.."

M. Burns

"Well acted and very well put together"

L. Futcher

"Excellent evenings entertainment"

K. Smith