More than just a museum, we have set the bar high with an eclectic series of ‘An Evening With’ lectures and performances running from 21st September until 18th December.
Spanning decades, momentous points in history, intriguing topics, curious characters and of course, the odd horse or two. Palace House will be joined by some of the country’s most well-known historians for a variety of evenings to indulge the mind. Learn from some of the best lecturers, curators, doctors, historians and detectives in the picturesque and historical settings of Kings Charles II palace in the heart of Newmarket.
Upon arrival with each and every talk, you will start your evening with a glass of fizz, and if that wasn't enough, to make the most out of your evening, attendees of the lectures are encouraged to visit the on-site restaurant, The Tack Room, which will be offering 10% off your bill at the end of your talk.
The Tack Room serves delicious delights to cater for everybody featuring locally sourced and organic ingredients. The perfect accompaniment to an evening of learning.
Retired Scotland Yard special branch detective, Trevor Marriot, will re-examine the notorious case of Jack the Ripper through the eyes of a modern-day investigator.
This Suffolk based string quartet, who have performed for HM Queen and HRH Duke of Edinburgh, will play some of classical music’s most famous pieces, from the Baroque to the Romantic.
Professor of International History at Christ College, Cambridge, David Reynolds will give an insight into the special relationship between Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin through the extensive correspondence between the two giants of the 20th Century.
The history of gin is one of murder and mayhem, far from the jolly tipple of today. Dr Annie Gray will discuss its fraught history and why it’s such a favourite of today! You’ll even leave with a recipe for a scrumptious gin punch to take home with you.
David Walsh is an Irish sports writer and chief sports writer for The Sunday Times, he is well known for investigating Lance Armstrong and exposing the illegal use of drugs in professional cycling.
‘An Evening With’ is the perfect opportunity to absorb new and interesting lectures amongst friends, family and others with similar interests. Tickets are £18 per person and include a glass of fizz on arrival.