The Mayflower 400 London Lectures commemorate the sailing of the ship in 1620 and offer an unmissable opportunity to discover her secrets, background, voyage and legacy, and to compare the themes and issues of 400 years ago with those of the world today.
They bring together a group of well-known and highly-regarded authors who have written about The Mayflower, the Leiden Congregation and the settlement of the people who became known as “The Pilgrims” in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Each of the six illustrated Wednesday evening talks is designed to be enjoyed either individually or as part of the series and takes place at Canada Water Theatre in Rotherhithe, the home port and final resting place of The Mayflower and her master.
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Only £3 (members free) including a glass of wine at the interval, unless indicated as free.
All lectures at Canada Water Theatre, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, London SE16 7AR.
Canada Water tube (Jubilee, London Overground) is next door.
Buses 1, 47, 188, 199, 225, 381, C10, P12 stop outside.