Sarah E Doig

BMus (Hons), DipLib

writer  

speaker

researcher  

musician

Below is a list of my speaking commitments 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.


2018


Tuesday 4th December at 2.30pm

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

Southwold & District Historical Society, Suffolk


Saturday 8th December at  10.00am

Welcome, my lord Sir Christemas!

Bury St Edmunds Record Office, Suffolk (phone 01284 741212 to book)


2019


Saturday 26th January at 10.00am

“To relieve need and distress”: the Story of East Anglian Almshouses

Bury St Edmunds Record Office, Suffolk (phone 01284 741212 to book)


Saturday 26th January at 2.00pm

Curious Suffolk: Fire!

Bury St Edmunds Guildhall, Suffolk


Thursday 7th February at 10.45am

The rise and decline of the Victorian Reading Room in East Anglia

Probus, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk


Thursday 14th February at 7.30pm

“To relieve need and distress”: the Story of East Anglian Almshouses

Elmswell Millennium History Group, Suffolk


Monday 4th March at 7.30pm

To have and to hold: wedding photographs in the Spanton Jarman collection

Bury Past & Present Society, Suffolk


Tuesday 5th March at 7.30pm

"There is no such thing as a good tax": government revenue-earning schemes through the centuries

Debenham History Society, Suffolk


Monday 11th March at 11.00am

The rise and decline of the Victorian Reading Room in East Anglia

Probus, Fakenham, Norfolk


Wednesday 20th March at 7.30pm

“To relieve need and distress”: the Story of East Anglian Almshouses

Little Waldingfield History Society, Suffolk


Saturday 23rd March at 10.00am

The rise and decline of the Victorian Reading Room in East Anglia

Bury St Edmunds Record Office, Suffolk (phone 01284 741212 to book)


Wednesday 27th March at 7.30pm

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

Heritage Circle, Rickinghall, Suffolk




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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 LIVE.