Talks

Exhibition Talks - Lines of Sight: W G Sebald's East Anglia

An exhibition celebrating the work of the author W G Sebald on the 75th anniversary of his birth; in collaboration with The University of East Anglia.

Various exhibition talks between May and September 2.30–3.30pm

Taboo

An exploration of the strange history of the forbidden.  Events contain adult themes.

Undercover of the Knight

Saturdays 6 July and 7 September at 2.30pm

A fascinating talk debunking the codes of chivalry, medieval moral values and hyper-masculinity – includes stories of gender identity, homelessness, crime, and brutality.

Colonialism in the Decorative Arts

Saturdays 1 June and 3 August, 2.30pm

Tour the museum’s Decorative Arts Gallery to confront and discuss stories of racism, exploitation and Britain’s imperial past.

Tuesday Talks

12.30pm in the Town Close Auditorium at Norwich Castle. Included with admission, booking not required.

  • 21 May - When is a Viking Not a Viking? Strange depictions in later medieval manuscripts - Dr Becky Pinner, University of East Anglia