Radlett - Other Events
There are many other things that go on in Radlett that are open to U3A members. These include the following societies and their events are listed below
Radlett Art Society
Tuesday 10th March at 12:30 for 13:00 - The Radlett Centre ‘The Stunners’ Pre-Raphaelites their women and their Art - FREE FOR ALL
Come along after this months regular U3A meeting and hear about The Pre-Raphaelite Stunners. The Pre-Raphaelites occupied a unique position in 19th century art, representing a major turning point in Victorian culture. They were a precocious brotherhood of artists, including William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. However, a lot of their success was due to the powerful beauty of their female models and muses or ‘The Stunners’ as they were known at the time.
For further details contact Gary Harding or see http://www.radlett-art-society.co.uk/
A short 4 day trip is being planned for Summer 2020 to Shrewsbury - details to follow
Radlett Horticultural Society
Short trips are being planned for Summer 2020 - details to follow
Radlett Music Club
Tuesday 17th March 8pm - The Radlett Centre
DUO ANTIPODES - Manus Noble - classical guitar and Jehanne Bastoni - cello
Manus Nobel make a welcome return to Radlett - this time with New Zealand cellist Jehanne Bastoni. The music to be played will include popular items by composers such as Luigi Boccherini, Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados and Arvo Pärt.
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|RADLETT AND DISTRICT MUSEUM OPEN MORNING|
Sat 25th April and Sun 26th April - 10.00am to 1pm
Please come along to see our brand new Museum. This will be the first opportunity for you, the public, to view the Museum. There will be guides on hand to show you around and the opportunity to ask questions and have a cuppa too!
There is a wonderful collection of a large variety of archive material as well as a more current collection.
The collection includes fascinating photos of Old Radlett plus numerous map, books, and local stories.
The museum is sited behind the Village Institute, with ample parking.
Anyone wishing to get involved in volunteering in any way whatsoever, please contact Stuart Nagler at firstname.lastname@example.org