Welcome to the arts society Gibraltar
Hello Members and Fellow Art Lovers
We have a surprise treat for you
Profesor Jeremy Black MBE has spoken to us before and he was a huge success, a very well informed and experienced speaker, we have the honour of him coming to talk to us on 22nd September 2023.
His subject is The World of James Bond, which I know will be of great interest to many of you.
Jeremy Black offers a historian’s interpretation from the perspective of the late 2010s, assessing James Bond in terms of the greatly changing world order of the Bond years—a lifetime that stretches from 1953, when the first novel appeared, to the present.
Jeremy Black studied at Queens College Cambridge, St Johns Oxford before joining University of Durham as a lecturer where he got hid PHD and later became a professor
He went on to become Professor of History at the University of Exeter and is senior Fellow of History at the University of Exeter and is a senior Fellow at The Center for the study of America and the West at the Foreign Policy Institute In Philadelphia USA
He is the author of over 180 books , principally but not exclusively on 18th century British Politics and international relations and has been described by one commentator as “the most prolific historical scholar of our age”
It will be a most interesting talk so please don’t miss this extra treat .
This exciting talk is so very generously sponsored by Church &Co Limited
The venue will be at The Garrison Library, doors open at 6.30 pm for welcome drinks and lecture will start 7.30pm
We will be selling tickets for guests on the door at £15.00 and for members who have not renewed their membership you have an early bird reduction of £5.00 if you pay before our AGM on October 4th at Senior Citizens Club at 6.30pm , so take advantage of your discount
Look forward to seeing you all on September 22nd
The Cruz Herrera Museum in La Linea.
Coming soon our 2023/24 SEASON
We have an exciting season lined up for 2023/24. Click here to see the full programme
Our first talk is on 18 October and as usual will be held at the beautiful Garrison Library.
Tyler Butterworth will be giving the illustrated talk, An Actors Life for Me. Or A Bit of a Carry On.
Drawing on his own experiences as both a child and adult actor, Tyler reveals the pains and the pleasures of a career in the theatre, and takes us through the various intricate processes of putting on a play from the actor’s perspective, from the casting session to the curtain call, and all stops in between.
On the way, he reveals how props can let you down at crucial moments, how actors survive when out of work, and how to deal with stage nudity.