Village Hall Talks at Wootton-By-Woodstock
 



The project was conceived to raise funds to renovate the village hall in Wootton-by-Woodstock, which was built almost entirely from timber over eighty years ago. Few who have attended the talks would disagree that the evenings have been an engaging mixture of serious insight and comedic observation and we think we are catering for the current thirst for live events in smaller venues.

All proceeds to the Ukraine Humitarian Appeal


The Chris Floyd Talk

7.30 pm Friday October 21st 2022

Chris Floyd's almost 30 year career as a photographer has produced work for some of the world’s most highly respected publications, including Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Esquire, GQ and The Sunday Times Magazine.

Some of his many subjects include Paul McCartney, David Hockney, David Bowie, Cate Blanchett, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iggy Pop, Oasis, Marcus Rashford, Scarlett Johansson and Debbie Harry.

In April 2021 he was commissioned by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to photograph them at Kensington Palace in honour of their tenth wedding anniversary. The resulting photographs were published all over the world to much acclaim and attention.

In 2022 he will be publishing a book, ‘NOT JUST PICTURES’, of his favourite career moments. It will be accompanied by many of the stories, anecdotes and incidents that he often posts on his Instagram account, to the entertainment and amusement of those that follow him there.

To view the publisher's website, describing and illustrating the book go to:

NOT JUST PICTURES - Published October 2022

To see a selection of Chris's wonderful portraits, and other work, go to his website:

The Chris Floyd Website

If you are interested in attending this talk or would like to reserve a ticket please Contact us

(Children over 16 welcome)

Recent risk assessment has shown that the village hall meets all the current government safety standards for indoor community spaces - but we would encourage those attending to wear a face-covering.

 

The Paul Atterbury Talk

7.30 pm Friday November 25th 2022

Paul is a regular member of the team of experts on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, appearing on the nation's screens for over 30 years. He has also taken part in a number of other antiques programmes, as well as presenting a TV series on the great ocean-liners.

Paul started writing guide-books in the late 1960s and later became renowned as a writer on ceramics, with monographs on Moorcroft, Minton, Poole, Ruskin, Cornish Ware, T G Green, and 20th Century Ceramics, as well as books on antiques, design, sculpture and silver.

In the 1990s, he began to write books about canals and railways, with over 20 railway-titles published. In all, he has written or edited over 40 books, including his most recent titles, The First World War in 100 Family Stories and 40 Years of the Antiques Roadshow.






He has also lectured extensively on art, antiques, architecture and design and other subjects to The Arts Society, collectors’ clubs, museums, universities and other academic institutions throughout Britain. He has also enjoyed a long association with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, curating four major exhibitions - Minton, The Doulton Story, A W N Pugin: A Gothic Passion and The Victorian Vision.

He has also curated exhibitions for other British museums and institutions, as well as in the United States, and given over 2,000 lectures to university groups, museums and galleries across Britain and in the Netherlands, Belgium, the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. In addition, Paul leads groups on walking tours of the Somme, exploring various aspects of the WW1 battlefields



If you are interested in attending this talk or would like to reserve a ticket please Contact us

(Children over 16 welcome)

Entry is £8 in cash and includes free food, with wine and soft drinks available for a modest donation

Recent risk assessment has shown that the village hall meets all the current government safety standards for indoor community spaces - but we would encourage those attending to wear a face-covering.

 
 


All Talks Start
At 7:30pm

Tickets Cost
£8 For
Everybody

Max Capacity
100

Postcode
OX20 1DZ


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Local Links

The Killingworth Castle

Adrian Arbib Photography

Robin Laurance Photography

Ashmolean Museum

The Bodleian Library

Woodstock U3A - University Of The Third Age

Woodstock Music Society

Woodstock Literature Society

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