– 7.30 pm, Sunday 13th June 2021 –
Location: Zoom online (https://zoom.us)
A Waterloo Special lecture presented by author and historian Richard Goldsbrough. Author of The Cavalry That Broke Napoleon (2016), Richard Goldsbrough will be discussing the activities of the King’s Dragoon Guards at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
The evening will comprise approximately 30-40 minutes of talk, with time afterwards when you can ask Richard any questions relating to the Waterloo and the KDG’s actions there! The evening will be very relaxed (bring your cups of tea!) – this is an extremely poignant subject for our Museum.
*Details* . The invitation and joining details for the Zoom event will be emailed to you (on the email address linked to your PayPal) the day before the event. The waiting room will open at 7:15pm with the lecture beginning from 7:30 – to make things easier on the day, please make sure your Zoom name aligns to the name you use now to purchase – this will just make the admittance process quicker and easier!
Finally – tickets are non refundable except in an instance of lecture cancellation and you are purchasing entry for only one device. There are only a limited number of spaces available so the Zoom link should not be shared with anyone else – to this end we will have a list to admit you on the day.
Any queries or issues, please email Hannah Searle on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most importantly, this promises to be a very great evening and we cannot wait to see lots of new and familiar faces!