A new club for over 55s
Meeting monthly at Leeds City Museum, the Sociable History club offers monthly talks and the chance to meet fellow history lovers.
We hold a diverse range of talks, from stories of celebrated Leeds residents to the fascinating histories of Leeds institutions.
Sociable History is the sister group to the 1152 Club at Kirkstall Abbey Museum.
For all history lovers who like a bit of socialising too!
Dates for your diaries
All Sociable History Club events are free and do not require advance booking.
Each session runs on a Friday, from 10.30am - 12pm, unless otherwise stated. You'll find more information about each talk on our What's On website.
10 Feb - 'Contemporary Collecting for Leeds Museums & Galleries'
10 Mar - 'The Leeds Mechanics Institute'
7 April - ‘The Victoria Cross Holders of Leeds’
5 May - 'Armley Mills, Enterprising Mill and Museum', with John McGoldrick, Curator of Industrial History
2 June - 'Victorian Folk Funerary Customs', with Helen Frisby (University of the West of England).
7 July - '500 Years of the Kirkstall Missal', with Philip Wilde Philip Wilde