This is a temporary store of courses to be used later

Returning the Light:
The role of the British Missionaries on the Continent from 500 - 1100  
5 Wednesday Mornings 
Tutor: Birgitta Hoffman

Wednesday 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th October, 4th November 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

11.00 am ~ 1.00 pm   Fee: £32.50 Non-members £27.50 Members

St Boniface (Bishop and Martyr)

Picture Postcard Railway Rambles: - The Hope Valley Line Sheffield to Edale
Tutor: Stephen Gay

Thursday 8th October 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

7.30 pm ~ 9.30 pm   Fee: £7 (or £9 on the door)

New Mills

Pictures courtesy of

ScenicRailBritain.com

Whaley Bridge

This slide show presentation takes the traveller along the Hope Valley Line through the Peak District on a 20 mile railway journey from Sheffield to Edale (Cowburn Tunnel).  Breathtaking scenery is passed which inspired Britain’s first National Park.  Using recently taken slides, this show will include historical information, a few poetry readings and many laughs along the way!  Sadly Stephen’s faithful German Shepherd dog Wrawby passed away in October 2017, but in words and pictures,  his memory lives on and this presentation is no exception.  From luscious landscapes and moorland views to riverside walks and tea room trails, all four seasons will feature, with the aim and challenge of capturing the route in a scenic artistic composition.  Please take your seat for The Hope Valley Line.

Swizzels  -  New Mills (The Home of Love Hearts!) - Evening Lecture
Tutor: Stephen Gay

Thursday 15th October 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

7.30 pm ~ 9.30 pm   Fee: £7 (or £9 on the door)

Saturday Film Day School ~ Denial
Tutors: Creina Mansfield & Alan Sennett

Saturday 31st October 2020

Partington Theatre, Henry Street, Glossop

10 a.m.  ~ 4 p.m.  Fee: £32.50  (Members £25)

This is a compelling and hugely important film of the American historian Deborah Lipstadt’s defence of her critique of holocaust denial.  Written by David Hare and starring Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson and Timothy Spall, the film (2016, directed by Mick Jackson) explores the libel case brought by David Irving against Lipstadt and Penguin Books.  Based on Lipstadt’s book about the case, Denial: Holocaust History on Trial, the film explores vital questions of historical knowledge.  We will consider the film adaptation, its making and issues it raises about historical fact and interpretation.

Them Bohemian Corporal ~ Adolf Hitler - Evening Lecture
Tutor: John Derry

Thursday 29th October 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

7.30 pm ~ 9.30 pm   Fee: £7 (or £9 on the door)

Key Thinkers in Philosophy ~ Plato & Aristotle - 5 Tuesday Afternoons
Tutor: Alison Loughlin

Tuesday 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th November & 1st December 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

2 pm ~ 4.00 pm   Fee: £32.50 Non-members £27.50 Members

Wolf Hall~ Thomas Cromwell
Saturday Day School
Tutor: Creina Mansfield & Michael Tunnicliffe

Saturday 7th November 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

10.00 am ~ 4.00 pm   Fee: £32.50 Non-members £27.50)

‘Man is wolf to man’ in the Tudor Court as personal desires intersect with politics and religion.  The King needs a male heir and so wants to annul his twenty year marriage in order to marry Anne Boleyn.  The lowly-born Thomas Cromwell is given the task of making this possible, despite opposition from the papacy and the political establishment.  How he sets about doing this re-shapes England.

 

It would be advantageous, but not essential, to have read Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall (2009)

Powerful Women Series ~ Constance Markievicz
Monday Day School
Tutors: Creina Mansfield & Alan Sennett

Aristocrat and republican, socialist and artist, feminist and free spirit, Constance Markievicz was a pivotal figure in the revolutionary movement that culminated in the Rising of 1916, and its long and painful aftermath leading to Irish independence.  Illustrating with images, text and film, we shall tell her story and assess her contribution to the Irish cause. 

Monday 30th November 2020

Bradbury Community Centre, Market Street,

Glossop, SK13 8AR

10.00 am ~ 04.00 pm   Fee: 

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