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Thank you to all who came to the Conference!

This is pretty much the final post (rather than the last post…) on the conference – which passed very successfully!  Thank you to all speakers and to all those who contributed (often volubly and very profitably) from the floor.  Key … Continue reading

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Revels Booking now closed – but Conference still open today!

If you would like to make a last minute booking for the conference tomorrow and Saturday, please follow the link below.  All delegates should now have received the final schedule for the day, and maps for Birkbeck School of Arts … Continue reading

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Warning – registration closing soon…

There are still a few places for the conference available, but we’re delighted to say we’re almost full! Registration for the Revels will remain open until 4pm on Wednesday 30th January.

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Groups welcome!

After requests, we’ve updated the booking link at https://www2.bbk.ac.uk/english/middletemple so that you can book multiple tickets for the Revels and bring your friends, without having to pay for them all separately!  Sorry for not having done that from the beginning…

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Happy New Year!

More information on the Candlemas Revels… A new page added today shows the menu for Saturday 2nd February.  The Press Release for the Revels is also there – so you can see more about the evening’s entertainments. To book a … Continue reading

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Draft Programme now available…

The programme for the two days of the conference is now available via the tab above.  As you can see, it’s busy – reflecting the large number of excellent proposals submitted.  The programme also gives keynote speakers’ titles to whet … Continue reading

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Middle Temple Library – access for researchers

Middle Temple library have approximately 9000 early printed books and 300 manuscripts, including 4000 books left by Robert Ashley (1565-1641) at the time of his death.  We’re liaising with their librarian at the moment to see if we can hear about/see … Continue reading

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