Updated: Mar 10, 2020
Lots of events have been added to our site as we have an exciting few months coming up!
Our open days and history talks have been planned up to July and are as follows:
Sat March 7th (talk: 20th century crime detection)
Sat April 4th (talk: Jack the Ripper: Chief Inspector Swanson and Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect)
Sat May 2nd (talk: Retired DS James McManus's: policing from 1960s to 1990s)
Tues May 26th: School holiday open day
Sat June 6th (talk: Capital Punishment by Kay Hunter)
Sat July 4th (talk: Policing the Peakies: the Victorian bobbies who confronted one of the most notorious Birmingham gangs)
We also have an Autism/Anxiety friendly open day planned for April 14th during the Easter school holidays.
There is a second chance to catch the Jack the Ripper talk by author Adam Wood - he returns on June 13th.
Carl Chinn is confirmed to return to deliver his sell-out Peaky Blinders: The Real Story on June 11th.
Tickets for all of these events are available from the Lock-up Events page on our website.