A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Nearby: Edinburgh

www.edinburghartfestival.com

Category:Art Galleries
Overview

Includes 'a series of new public art commissions and over 45 major exhibitions at galleries, museums and artist-run spaces'. Usually held each year in August.

Views of 'Full' Record1155
Visits to the Website1068

anesfhs.org.uk/meetings-events/edinburgh-meetings

Overview

Bi-monthly meetings, Saturday afternoons.

Views of 'Full' Record1981
Visits to the Website1251

www.ahsoc.org/events/regional-sections/scottish/

Category:Horology
OverviewMonthly meetings, Saturday afternoons.
Views of 'Full' Record1719
Visits to the Website1072

www.astronomyedinburgh.org

Overview'We meet monthly, usually on the first Friday of the month at 8 pm, and are always happy to see new faces at our meetings.'
Views of 'Full' Record1557
Visits to the Website1028

www.edinburgh.bcs.org/events/index.htm

Overview'All meetings, unless otherwise stated, are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 6.30 pm ... Refreshments are available from 6.00 pm. All meetings are free of charge and no reservation is required, except where indicated otherwise below. Non members are welcome to all meetings.'
Views of 'Full' Record1029
Visits to the Website947

www.botanical-society-scotland.org.uk

Overview

'BSS is unique in being the only British botanical society with a keen interest in both flowering and non-flowering plants (e.g. ferns, mosses, algae and fungi). There is also an active alpine section, while conservation of our flora has high priority in our interests. These wide interests are covered in the winter Lecture Programme. Lectures are held mainly in Edinburgh, and occasionally in Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and St. Andrews.'

Views of 'Full' Record1029
Visits to the Website936

www.cafescientifique.org

OverviewMeetings: 'Generally the 2nd Monday of every month'.
Views of 'Full' Record2524
Visits to the Website830

www.law.ed.ac.uk/cls/

Category:Law & Society
OverviewWide range of events, some of which might be open to the public, including the CLS Annual Lecture. Enquire about attendance.
Named Lectures & TalksMacCormick Lectures
Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1072
Visits to the Website924

www.ed.ac.uk/literatures-languages-cultures/chb

OverviewOccasional lectures: enquire about attendance.
Named Lectures & TalksBlackwell Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1085
Visits to the Website860

www.cst.ed.ac.uk

Category:Canada
Overview

'The Centre hosts a wide range of public lectures and special events ... The Centre hosts a regular series of Open Research Seminars during the semesters. These are open to students and staff across the University and to the public. Do come and join us.'

Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1208
Visits to the Website837

www.confuciusinstitute.ac.uk/events/

Category:China
Overview'Acts as a conduit for information on events and activities relating to China. The pages in this section highlight various occasions and performances organised by or promoted by the Institute.' Usually free of charge; need to book.
Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1238
Visits to the Website740

www.cramondassociation.org.uk

OverviewProgramme of lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record1893
Visits to the Website882

www.eafs.org.uk

Overview'The Society organises a lecture programme, including tea or coffee, from October until May: attending these lectures is possibly the best way of finding out more about the Society, and meeting with like-minded people.'
Views of 'Full' Record1489
Visits to the Website1052

www.edinburghbibliographicalsociety.org.uk

OverviewUsually monthly meetings, Thursday evenings: 'Guests and visitors are welcome to meetings and to the annual dinner, and (depending on places available) to the May outing.' Note the Annual John Murray Archive Lecture, held jointly with the National Library of Scotland.
Named Lectures & TalksJohn Murray Archive Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1334
Visits to the Website867

www.word-power.co.uk

OverviewFringe Festival held mid-August.
Also indexedWord Power Books
Views of 'Full' Record1029
Visits to the Website635

www.edinburghbookshop.com

Category:Bookshops
Overview'We run lots of events ranging from book signings to book group meetings and from literary speed-dating to book swaps ... Some events are free and for others there is a small charge.'
Views of 'Full' Record967
Visits to the Website1507

www.cityofliterature.com

OverviewLiterary Events in Edinburgh.
Views of 'Full' Record985
Visits to the Website800

www.edfas.co.uk/programme.html

Overview

'Lectures are held on a Tuesday ... Afternoon lectures start at 14.30 and evening lectures at 19.00 ... Edinburgh Decorative and Fine Arts Society is the largest of NADFAS’ more than 300 affiliated societies, with 850 members in its two sessions, afternoon and evening. The capacity of the lecture theatre at the Queen Mother Conference Centre at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh sets the limit on our membership – it has been full! We have waiting lists for both sessions, and, if you wish to apply to join EDFAS, you will have to join the waiting list. Those transferring from active membership in another NADFAS affiliated society will normally receive preference in moving from the waiting list. While on the waiting list for EDFAS membership, you may still attend up to two lectures a year as a guest, and engage in our Church Recording and Heritage Volunteering activities ...'

Views of 'Full' Record2720
Visits to the Website790

www.edinburghgeolsoc.org/l_home.html

Overview'Our varied programme of illustrated lectures runs from October to Easter. Speakers and topics are carefully chosen to provide interest for both the amateur and professional geologist. These meetings also provide an informal opportunity to chat to other members, and to gain advice from local experts on visiting geological localities. Each year, a celebrity lecture is given by a geologist of international repute, who is invited jointly by the Society and the Geological Society of Glasgow. At the annual Fellows' Night, members can give accounts of their own geological interests, specimens or travels. Lectures are usually on Wednesday evenings at 7.30 pm ... These meetings are open to the public, there is no charge, and visitors are most welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record1244
Visits to the Website976

www.word-power.co.uk

OverviewUsually held late October.
Also indexedThe Alternative Book Festival
Views of 'Full' Record1677
Visits to the Website682

www.edbookfest.co.uk

OverviewUsually held second half of August.
Named Lectures & TalksDonald Dewar Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record980
Visits to the Website668

www.sciencefestival.co.uk

OverviewUsually held late March/early April.
Views of 'Full' Record1051
Visits to the Website1201

www.thetvfestival.com

Category:The Media
Overview

‘The Edinburgh TV Festival is one of the most prestigious media events in the UK. We bring together all parts of the television and digital world to celebrate the creativity, diversity and inspirational talent in our field, and to debate the major issues facing us as an industry. The Festival draws around 2000 delegates from the major networks and production companies internationally.‘

Views of 'Full' Record1123
Visits to the Website777

www.ejls.org

Overview'Founded in 1888 with the purpose of bringing British culture to the Jewish immigrant population of Edinburgh. In the 117 years since then it has broadened its aims and become a discussion forum for a wide variety of topics covering every area of culture and history with a Jewish connection.'
Views of 'Full' Record2100
Visits to the Website921

edinburghlectures.wordpress.com

Overview'The Edinburgh Lectures were launched in 1992 as part of a programme of events celebrating the UK’s Presidency of the European Union which culminated in the European Summit held in Edinburgh in December that year.'
Also indexedTalking Cities
Views of 'Full' Record1571
Visits to the Website913

www.edinburghnaturalhistorysociety.org.uk/lectures.html

Overview'Monthly indoor meetings between September and April.'
Views of 'Full' Record1640
Visits to the Website748

edinphil.wordpress.com

Overview

'We meet on alternate Tuesdays; the Hall is open from 7.00 pm and the meeting begins at 7.30 pm.'

Views of 'Full' Record1266
Visits to the Website694

www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/whats-on/

Category:Arts & Crafts
Overview'We love printmaking and know you will too, you don’t have to be an artist to get involved, so join us, there’s lots for visitors in our programme, you can come and see our latest exhibition or take a course in printmaking, you can come to an art lecture or artist talk or simply visit our gallery shop for an unparalleled choice of original fine art prints and artist multiples.'
Views of 'Full' Record1020
Visits to the Website725

www.eswsc.com/WalterScottClub/Events.htm

Overview'The Annual Dinner of the Club is held in March each year at which the President delivers a toast to the memory of Sir Walter. Among other meetings there is a Joint Lecture with the University of Edinburgh English Dept. From time to time members also enjoy the privilege of a visit to Abbotsford ... Membership shall be open to any individual or organisation.'
Views of 'Full' Record1756
Visits to the Website749

www.edinburghtransportgroup.org

Overview'Winter season indoor events ... Meetings start at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1742
Visits to the Website746

www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/whatson/

OverviewRange of talks and related events.
Also indexedRoyal Zoological Society of Scotland
Views of 'Full' Record1147
Visits to the Website1409

elgar.org/elgarsoc/branches/scottish

Category:Elgar Society
Overview'The meetings normally run from 2 pm to 5 pm on Saturday or Sunday.'
Views of 'Full' Record1697
Visits to the Website578

www.embroiderersguild.com

OverviewMeet '1st Tuesday of each month @ 7.15 pm, coffee available from 6.30 pm'.
Views of 'Full' Record1620
Visits to the Website508

www.heraldry-scotland.co.uk

Category:Heraldry
Overview'The Society runs various events throughout the year, here at home in the UK and overseas. They range through illustrated talks, lectures, visits to heraldic locations and various other events and activities ... Ordinary Membership is open to all people interested in matters falling within the main aims and objects of the Society.'
Named Lectures & TalksSaint Andrew Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record923
Visits to the Website610

www.ifecosse.org.uk

Category:France
Overview'The Institut français exists to promote French language and culture in Scotland, by providing French courses and organising events (film screenings, talks, exhibitions, concerts, etc.).'
Also indexedFrench Institute in Scotland
Views of 'Full' Record1082
Visits to the Website690

www.just-festival.org

Overview

Just Festival 'celebrates that peace is not just an absence of conflict; it is a presence . It is not a fixed goal to be acheived and forgotten about; it is a complex and continuous process carried on by individuals, communities and nations. We explore how faith acts as a catalyst and sometimes a barrier for this process ...' Held During August.

Views of 'Full' Record1197
Visits to the Website694

www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/Venues/Lauriston-Castle

Overview'Over the year there are more than 30 different lectures to choose from. These lectures offer a rare opportunity to listen to some of Scotland’s foremost experts ... A tour of the Castle with coffee and cakes is included in the price, with the opportunity to meet the lecturer and visit parts of the building not usually open to the public. The lectures themselves last two to two and a half hours ... Our workshops and lectures are hugely popular. Pre-booking and advance payment (where applicable) are essential ...'
Also indexedEdinburgh Museums & Galleries
Views of 'Full' Record2009
Visits to the Website744

www.leithlocalhistorysociety.org.uk

Overview'We meet at 7.30 pm on the third Tuesday in the month from September to May except in December when the meeting normally takes place on the second Tuesday of the month.'
Views of 'Full' Record1541
Visits to the Website673

www.word-power.co.uk

Overview

'We are an independent general bookshop in Edinburgh – left leaning and politically engaged, we are a shelter for bibliophiles, an oasis for curious minds and a platform for open discourse.'

Views of 'Full' Record269
Visits to the Website166

themurielsparksociety.blogspot.com

Overview'In November the annual Muriel Spark Society Lecture is given at the National Library of Scotland. These lectures always sell out weeks before the event because it is open to the public but Spark Society members have priority booking. Speakers are always prestigious writers or academics and have included Martin Stannard, Alan Taylor, Denise Mina and Toby Litt.' Also: 'The committee organises a varied programme of events, including talks by eminent speakers, and an annual lunch in January or February to commemorate Dame Muriel's birthday.'
Views of 'Full' Record2045
Visits to the Website628

www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/

OverviewRegular lunchtime talks and related events. (Can search Events Calendar by Type 'Adults' and Strand 'Lectures & Talks'.)
Views of 'Full' Record1324
Visits to the Website1206

www.nls.uk/events/index.html

OverviewRegular talks, usually mid-week early evenings. Most events free of charge, but should book in advance.
Named Lectures & TalksDonald Dewar Lectures | John Murray Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1700
Visits to the Website1066

www.ntscentres.org.uk

Overview'Winter and spring meetings ... usually involve an illustrated talk on a wide range of topics related to National Trust for Scotland interests. Non-members are welcome to the lectures for a donation of £2 per person.'
Views of 'Full' Record867
Visits to the Website495

www.oldedinburghclub.org.uk

Overview'Each year The Old Edinburgh Club organises a programme of activities for members. Lectures are given by guest speakers each month from October to March (the Winter Programme). They cover a wide variety of topics relating to Edinburgh's history and development ... Lectures are free to members and open to non-members paying a small fee (currently £2.00).'
Views of 'Full' Record2247
Visits to the Website1004

www.aog.ed.ac.uk

Overview

'Our public sessions raise and debate issues of common concern to policy researchers, policy makers, professionals and practitioners as well as the general public, and are usually led by one or more guest speakers. Registration is usually free, but must be made in advance.' However, the Network seems no longer to exist, as such.

Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record894
Visits to the Website549

www.rcts.org.uk/branches/scotland/events.htm

OverviewMonthly meetings, Friday evenings - and occasionally at other times.
Views of 'Full' Record824
Visits to the Website619

www.rbge.org.uk

Overview

Occasional lectures and talks.

Views of 'Full' Record943
Visits to the Website1395

www.rchs.co.uk

OverviewFortnightly Winter Lecture Meetings normally held in Edinburgh. Additional Meetings occasionally also in Glasgow or elsewhere in Scotland.
Views of 'Full' Record866
Visits to the Website669

www.rcahms.gov.uk/rcahms-lunchtime-lectures.html

Overview'Come and find out more about Scotland’s architecture, archaeology and industry in our series of monthly lunchtime lectures. Open to all, these lectures are presented by experts in their field on a wide range of subjects. Held in the RCAHMS Conference Room, the lectures start at 1 pm and last for up to 1 hour including time for questions ... All talks are free of charge but must be booked in advance.'
Views of 'Full' Record997
Visits to the Website697

www.roe.ac.uk/vc/public-events/winter-talks.html

Category:Astronomy
OverviewWinter Talks 'Talks will run on Monday evenings from 7.30 pm - 8.30 pm, in the Royal Observatory Edinburgh Lecture Theatre. Booking is not required for the talks, and tickets can be bought on the door. Season tickets will be available from the start of the programme.'
Named Lectures & TalksCrawford Lecture Series
Also indexedInstitute for Astronomy [Edinburgh] | UK Astronomy Technology Centre
Views of 'Full' Record1969
Visits to the Website762

www.royalscottishacademy.org

Category:Art Galleries
Overview'To complement the ongoing programme of exhibitions, the Royal Scottish Academy and Friends of the RSA Organisation host a number of exciting events which are open to the public. From gallery talks and evening lectures by artists and art specialists to evenings of poetry and music in the galleries - there is something for everyone! Please note that some events are only available to RSA Friends Members.'
Views of 'Full' Record929
Visits to the Website549

rsgs.org/discoveringrsgs/local-groups/

OverviewMonthly meetings, Wednesday afternoons.
Views of 'Full' Record2972
Visits to the Website817

www.rssa.org.uk/meetings.shtml

Overview'Our meeting programme is based on lectures given by expert and often distinguished speakers. The lectures cover a wide range of scientific and technical topics.'
Views of 'Full' Record806
Visits to the Website629

www.royalsoced.org.uk/events/index.htm

Overview'We organise a varied programme of public lectures and discussion fora which aim to enhance the knowledge and understanding of participants. These events are free to attend. We also organise conferences which facilitate wider input and discussion on specific topics. These conferences are more relevant to participants directly involved in the topic being considered and there is normally a cost to attend.'
Views of 'Full' Record957
Visits to the Website574

www.rspb.org.uk/groups/edinburgh/events/

Overview'We have a monthly programe of indoor meetings running from September to April alternating between a Tuesday and Wednesday evening.'
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds
Views of 'Full' Record903
Visits to the Website753

www.inf.ed.ac.uk/events/

OverviewDistinguished Lectures 'A series of distinguished lectures which aims to present excellent speakers describing intriguing topics in an engaging style. The talks address a broad audience. All members of Informatics are encouraged to attend, and members of the university and the general public are welcome.'
Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1008
Visits to the Website624

www.law.ed.ac.uk/events/

Category:Schools of Law
OverviewWide range of lectures: enquire about attendance.
Also indexedUniversity of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record893
Visits to the Website965

www.scotsgenealogy.com

OverviewMonthly evening meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record864
Visits to the Website587

www.the-soc.org.uk

OverviewWinter Meetings Programme.
Views of 'Full' Record822
Visits to the Website464

www.scottishphilatelicsociety.co.uk

Overview'Meetings are held every second Tuesday from September to April at 7.00 pm ... The first half hour (FHH) is when newer members are encouraged to display and then at 7.30 pm an invited guest, or other society, will normally present the main display / talk for the evening.'
Views of 'Full' Record833
Visits to the Website499

www.srps.org.uk/srps/meetings.htm

Category:Railway History
Overview'Each year since its formation the Scottish Railway Preservation Society has held a series of winter meetings ... The meetings cover diverse topics, from historical reviews of Scotland's railway heritage and studies of the contemporary railway scene, to examining practices abroad. The broad range of topics are bound to appeal no matter what anyone's individual interest, and are highly recommended to anybody in the area ... Admission to all meetings is free and is open to all, whether members or non-members. A collection is made to help defray room hire costs.'
Views of 'Full' Record976
Visits to the Website613

www.srgc.net/site/index.php/extensions/local-groups

Overview

Monthly evening meetings.

Views of 'Full' Record1936
Visits to the Website492

www.edinburghskeptics.co.uk

Category:Skepticism
Overview

'Coming along to a Skeptics in the Pub social is free though on the nights of guest speakers we appreciate a donation of £3.00 to cover speaker expenses.' Usually third Thursday in the month, 7.30 pm.

Also indexedEdinburgh Skeptics
Views of 'Full' Record974
Visits to the Website1039

sesfs.co.uk

Overview

‘Our members range from experienced growers and showers to complete beginners. We have our meetings ... on the last Sunday of the month in October, November and January through to May.  Our meetings consist of a varied programme - from fuchsia specialists to slide shows, any gardening related topics, discussions and hands on workshops from our own experienced members.’

Views of 'Full' Record1578
Visits to the Website561

www.rcsed.ac.uk

OverviewOccasional talks and related events.
Also indexedRoyal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Views of 'Full' Record1249
Visits to the Website645

www.ed.ac.uk/news/events

Overview'The University presents a wide range of events throughout the year.'
Views of 'Full' Record789
Visits to the Website816

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  328. North Lanarkshire
  329. Northallerton
  330. Northampton
  331. Northwich
  332. Norwich
  333. Nottingham
  334. Nuneaton
  335. Oakham
  336. Oban
  337. Okehampton
  338. Oldham
  339. Olney
  340. Orkney
  341. Ormskirk
  342. Orpington
  343. Oswestry
  344. Otley
  345. Oundle
  346. Oxford
  347. Paignton
  348. Peebles
  349. Pembrokeshire
  350. Penrith
  351. Penzance
  352. Perth
  353. Peterborough
  354. Petersfield
  355. Pitlochry
  356. Plymouth
  357. Pontefract
  358. Poole
  359. Portsmouth
  360. Preston
  361. Prestwich
  362. Rayleigh
  363. Reading
  364. Redbridge
  365. Redcar
  366. Redditch
  367. Reigate
  368. Renfrewshire
  369. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  370. Rhyl
  371. Richmond (North Yorks)
  372. Richmond-upon-Thames
  373. Rickmansworth
  374. Ripon
  375. Rochdale
  376. Romsey
  377. Ross-on-Wye
  378. Rotherham
  379. Royal Leamington Spa
  380. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  381. Rugby
  382. Ruthin
  383. Sale
  384. Salford
  385. Salisbury
  386. Saltash
  387. Sandbach
  388. Scarborough
  389. Scunthorpe
  390. Selby
  391. Selly Oak
  392. Sevenoaks
  393. Sheffield
  394. Sherborne
  395. Shetland Islands
  396. Shrewsbury
  397. Sidmouth
  398. Skipton
  399. Solihull
  400. South Ayrshire
  401. South Lanarkshire
  402. South Shields
  403. Southampton
  404. Southend-on-Sea
  405. Southport
  406. Southwark
  407. Southwell
  408. Spalding
  409. St Albans
  410. St Andrews
  411. St Austell
  412. St Helens
  413. St Ives
  414. Stafford
  415. Staines-upon-Thames
  416. Stamford
  417. Stevenage
  418. Stirling
  419. Stockport
  420. Stockton-on-Tees
  421. Stoke-on-Trent
  422. Stow-on-the-Wold
  423. Stowmarket
  424. Stratford-on-Avon
  425. Stroud
  426. Sudbury
  427. Sunderland
  428. Sutton (London)
  429. Sutton Coldfield
  430. Swaffham
  431. Swanage
  432. Swansea
  433. Swindon
  434. Tamworth
  435. Taunton
  436. Tavistock
  437. Teignmouth
  438. Telford
  439. Tenterden
  440. Tewkesbury
  441. Thame (Oxon)
  442. Thornbury
  443. Tiverton
  444. Torfaen
  445. Torquay
  446. Totnes
  447. Towcester
  448. Tower Hamlets
  449. Trowbridge
  450. Truro
  451. Ullapool
  452. Ulverston
  453. Uppingham
  454. Vale of Glamorgan
  455. Wadebridge
  456. Wakefield
  457. Wallasey
  458. Wallsend
  459. Walsall
  460. Waltham Forest
  461. Walton-on-Thames
  462. Wandsworth
  463. Warrington
  464. Warwick
  465. Watford
  466. Wellingborough
  467. Wells (City)
  468. Welwyn Garden City
  469. West Bridgford
  470. West Bromwich
  471. West Lothian
  472. Westminster
  473. Weston-Super-Mare
  474. Weymouth
  475. Whitchurch
  476. Whitehaven
  477. Wick (Highland)
  478. Wigan
  479. Wigston
  480. Wilmslow
  481. Wimborne Minster
  482. Winchester
  483. Windermere
  484. Windsor
  485. Wisbech
  486. Witney
  487. Woking
  488. Wolverhampton
  489. Woodbridge
  490. Worcester
  491. Workington
  492. Worksop
  493. Worthing
  494. Wrexham
  495. Yate
  496. Yeovil
  497. York (City)