Monthly FDCA Lunchtime Lectures

The Lunchtime Talks take place in the Glasite Hall, St. Andrew’s Church, King Street, Dundee, usually on the first Thursday in the month. Talks commence at 1.00 p.m.

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Doors will be open from 12.30 p.m. onwards when tea, coffee and biscuits will be available at a cost of £1.50p
These talks are open to non-members. They are Free of charge although donations to the Friends are appreciated.
Volunteers are always welcome to help out
If you would like to help please contact the City Archives office.

Forthcoming Lectures

Here is information about the talks for the remainder of the year. Remember booking is not essential but encouraged so that we know how many people will be attended. If you can’t book online just give us a call on 01382 434494.

Thursday 7th March 2024

Dr. Allan Kennedy
Women and Serious Crime in Late-17th Century Scotland

Thursday 4th April 2024

Matthew Bellhouse Moran, Museum Director, HMS Unicorn
Unicorn Past, Present and Future

Thursday 2nd May 2024

Anne Reid & Colin McLeod
150 Years of the Dundee Naturalists Society

Thursday 6th June 2024

Dr Jim McKellican
The Early Years of the Caird Hall Organ

All of the talks are listed here: Tickettailor

All talks are held in the Glasite Hall, St Andrews Church, King Street. Disabled access is available via the car park entrance. The doors of the Glasite Hall open at 12:30pm with refreshments of tea/coffee and a biscuit available. Talks commence at 1.00pm, and usually last around an hour.

We will send out monthly reminders about the upcoming talks. A full newsletter will be sent out from time to time

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