Whilst principally built with concert performances in mind, lectures have formed an integral part of The Menuhin Hall's programme of events from the outset, with Surrey U3A Network, Claremont Arts Society, Art Fund Surrey Fundraising Committee and The Arts Society East Surrey Area all holding regular lectures here.

The auditorium's acoustic is particularly well-suited to lectures offering two different screens for accompanying DVD/video footage, slide shows, presentations, etc. We also provide hearing loops to assist the hard of hearing.

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Please contact Alice Benzing, Hall Manager to discuss your individual requirements on 01932 584408 or email alice.benzing@menuhinschool.co.uk

Spring / Summer 2019 Lectures

Claremont Arts Society

Claremont Arts Society meets nine times a year at the Menuhin Hall for lectures on a wide variety of subjects. All lectures are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except August).

Doors open 7.30pm
Lecture 8-9.15pm

Contact Christine Pockson
Tel 01372 467621
Email capockson@aol.com

Visit http://www.claremontdfas.org.uk/ for more information.

Wednesday 6 March 2019

The Queen, Prince Albert and the artists (including Osborne House)

Karin Fitzgerald

Wednesday 3 April 2019

James Whistler: The Gentle Art of Making Enemies

Douglas Skeggs

Wednesday 1 May 2019

Dunguang and the Silk Road

Dr Susan Whitfield

Wednesday 5 June 2019

Palladio's Legacy: The Palladian Houses in England

Caroline Knight

Wednesday 3 July 2019

How the European Art Market developed from the Renaissance to the Present

Dr Tom Flynn

Surrey Universities of the Third Age

Universities of the Third Age (U3A) are educational self-help organisations for the retired or semi-retired. There are twenty four in Surrey with around 20000 members. The U3As draw on the wealth of knowledge and experience of their members to set up study groups and common interest groups and to organise recreational activities. U3A activities take place in their own locality but study days for members across Surrey are held at the Menuhin Hall once a month (except for January, July, August and December). The study days are held on the third Friday of the month and are full day events.

Contact John Kennedy
Telephone - 01372 273561
Email - surreyu3astudyday@btinternet.com

Study days run from 9.30am (for registration) to 4pm

Visit www.u3asites.org.uk/surreyu3anetwork for details of the future programme.

Friday 15 March 2019

Medieval Times - The Bayeux Tapestry & Other Topics

Imogen Corrigan

Friday 12 April 2019

The Aztec - The Eagle Warriors of the Sun

Maria Chester

Friday 17 May 2019

People and Places of Surrey

Speakers from Guildford Cathedral, Watts Gallery & Surrey History Centre

Friday 21 June 2019

Mathematics in Action

Dr Roger Luther

Art Fund Surrey Fundraising Committee

For over 110 years Art Fund Surrey have supported museums and galleries, and helped them to buy and display great works of art for everyone to enjoy. Lectures are held once a month at the Menuhin Hall (except December, June and July).

Contact Diana Geering
Tel 01252 790422
Email surrey@artfund.org.uk

Visit www.artfund.org/surrey

Coffee is served at 10am

Lecture 10.30am - 12pm concluding with a glass of wine.

Tuesday 19 March 2019

Changing Images of Black People in Art

Peter Scott

Wednesday 17 April 2019

The Aesthetic Movement and Japanese Art

Anne Haworth

Thursday 16 May 2019

Sunflowers et Lumiere: The Life and Paintings of Vincent Van Gogh

Christopher Herbert

The Arts Society East Surrey Area

The Arts Society East Surrey Area is a leading arts charity widely acknowledged for its valuable contribution to arts education and heritage conservation. Members enjoy high quality and wide-ranging lectures, special events and volunteering activities. Special Interest Mornings are held at the Menuhin Hall twice a year.

Contact Jo Edna Corbyn
Tel 07758 097003
Email ciao2005@hotmail.co.uk

Website: http://theartssocietyeastsurreyarea.org.uk/Special...

Friday 8 March 2019

10 am to 1 pm

Special Interest Morning:

Hans Christian Andersen: Wit, Artist, Traveller

Karin Fernald