There’s Been a Murder!
As we return to the heart of the City for this year's delayed Melluish Lecture we are delighted to welcome Manuel Eisner, Wolfson Professor of Criminology at the Institute of Criminology of the University of Cambridge and also Director of its Violence Research Centre.
Following research into the 14th century Coroners' Rolls for the City, Professor Eisner will be talking about some of the medieval murders that took place in the City of London There will be a few surprises along the way!
Refreshments will be served after the lecture and are included in the ticket price.
For Covid safety reasons numbers are limited and tickets must be booked in advance.
In addition, you can visit some of the City's delightful gardens, while in the evening take a stroll along the river to admire London's bridges, now beautifully lit thanks to the Illuminated River Project.
Note: We try to make our walks as inclusive and accessible as possible.
If you would like to organise your own walk, lecture or a virtual tour, then please use our Find a Guide section. If you're a member of an Arts Society or a U3A group we'd love to take you on a tour of the City. And if you're a company based in the City who would like to organise a social event for your work colleagues, why not book an evening walk with us? As guides we know where all the good pubs are!