Sarah E Doig

BMus (Hons), DipLib




Below is a list of my speaking engagements  in the next few months. Most events are open to the general public for which they charge a modest entrance fee. However, before you make plans to attend, please contact the relevant organisation to check. If you are unable to contact the organisation, please contact me.

Since the lifting of national Coronavirus restrictions, I am pleased to say that some groups

are now having face-to-face meetings again. I therefore have a few bookings for the coming months.

Wednesday 15th September at 7.30pm

Burwell History Society, Cambridgeshire

Daniel Defoe’s Tour of the Eastern Counties in 1722: an eighteenth-century writer’s view of the region

Link to the society’s Facebook page  

Thursday 30th September at 7.00pm by ZOOM

Norfolk Family History Society

The A to Z of Curious Suffolk: strange stories of mysteries, crimes and eccentrics

Link to the society’s website page  

Thursday 21st October at 7.30pm

Halstead & District Local History Society, Essex

Celebrating Suffolk women: a pot-pourri of stories about the county’s famous and not so well-known women

Link to the society’s website page  

Monday 25th October at 2.00pm

East Suffolk U3A, Kesgrave, Suffolk

A Sign of the Times: local history told through East Anglian village signs

Link to the group’s website page  

Wednesday 27th October at 7.30pm by ZOOM

East of London Family History Society - Newham & Redbridge branch

We Will Remember Them: the lives and deaths of British men who fought in the First World War

Link to the society’s website

Monday 1st November at 7.30pm

Bury Past and Present Society, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Basil Brown: the archaeologist who discovered the Sutton Hoo ship burial

Link to the society’s website

Thursday 11th November at 2.30pm

Saxmundham History Society, Suffolk

We Will Remember Them: the lives and deaths of British men who fought in the First World War


To find out where I will be performing as a member of the early music trio, Hexachordia, please visit the group’s website page SEE US.

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