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    • Marble Hill House - Walk with a Doc at Marble Hill Park – A Virtual Event

      Join Dr Sonia Ghandi on an online lecture to explore the life of Henrietta Howard, countess of Suffolk and how Georgian healthcare compares to that of today.


      We will issue the Zoom link an hour before the session. Please note that booking for this event will close 24 hours in advance.


      Follow the link in the description above to book your tickets using our online system at:


      This is a free event with a suggested donation of £5. Find out more here.

      English Heritage c/o Marble Hill event

    • Marble Hill Movers - A Community Walk

      Come along to a community walk. Hosted by volunteers, come walk around the site and meet people and do as little or as much as you would like. Meet at the big old oak tree by the cricket pitch in Marble Hill Park at 11am


      Join for a short walk or a longer walk.


      Beginning Tues 19 April 2021 then every Tuesday at 11:00. Free.           

      English Heritage c/o Marble Hill event

    • Deception: How the Nazis Tricked the Last Jews of Europe

      Chris Hale - author, researcher, producer and filmmaker - tells the story behind his book Deception: How the Nazis Tricked the Last Jews of Europe on April 27th at 19.00 online.  £10 all proceeds go to charity.

      In the Spring of 1944, Nazi Germany occupied Hungary - and Adolf Hitler - ordered SS colonel Adolf Eichmann to organise the deportation of hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz. And yet weeks after his arrival, Eichmann summoned Zionist rescuer Joel Brand to his headquarters in Budapest – and offered to ransom ‘a million Jews for hundreds of trucks’. The Germans flew Brand to Istanbul where he met with members of the Zionist Agency– who sent news of ransom offer to the Allies. Details of ‘Blood for Trucks’ soon reached the desks of American president Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill - and presented the Allies with perplexing dilemmas. Was it a ruse? So, a decision was made to scupper the SS ransom offer. Eichmann went ahead with deportations. Hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews were murdered in Auschwitz. Had the Allies betrayed one of the last surviving Jewish communities in Nazi occupied Europe?

      For tickets please follow this link to Eventbrite (new window).

      The Portcullis Trust event

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Arts Richmond Events

Talking Lockdown

zoom meeting

Arts Richmond has organised a series of short Zoom talks from representatives of the arts and media.

Wednesday 12 May 2021 at 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

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Arts Richmond's First Ever Radio Play Writing Competition

Radio Mic

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