Our Zoom Events will continue through 2021 with an amazing line-up. Booking information can be found on our Facebook Page and through Eventbrite. You can also email us directly. We hope you enjoy!

February 25th 2021 “Celebrating St Dwynwen’s Day” by Dr DeAnn Bell, author and Llandudno Museum Community & Education Officer.
Available to watch here on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/505256207

March 29th 2021 at 7pm
“Trained for the Sea, Nautical Ships and Schools in the 18th Century – Women in a Man’s World” by Phil Carradice, historian, BBC Broadcaster, and author of over 40 books including Nautical Training Ships: An Illustrated History.
Available to watch here on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/531693833

April 7th 2021 at 6pm
“Conwy Archives for the Local Historian” by Kate Hallet, Senior Archivist and Records Manager.
Available to watch here on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/535919651

May 10th 2021 at 6pm
“Women and the Great Penrhyn Quarry Strike” by Teleri Owen, Cardiff University Master’s Student, winner of the Avril Rolph Bursary 2020 award, and former Llandudno Museum Digital Placement Student. Available here on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/548507539

June 10th 2021 at 6pm
“Celebrating St Tudno: the Saint, the Church, the Name” by Huw Pritchard. Join us for storytelling of sunken cities, windswept mountaintop churches, mysterious remains, and a name that has been carried around the world. Vimeo coming soon.

June 24th 2021 at 6pm
‘Cross-Channel Lordship across Two Frontiers: The Case of Hugh d’Avranches, Earl of Chester and Viscount of Avranches’ by Osian Elis, University of Oxford Master’s Student and former Llandudno Museum Digital Placement Student. Vimeo coming soon.

July 28th 2021 at 7pm
“A history of the British seaside in 100 objects, with Kathryn Ferry” by Kathryn Ferry a historian interested in architecture, design, and seaside culture. She writes books, articles, and contributes regularly to television and radio. This event was not recorded by the request of the presenter.

August 10th 2021 at 7pm
“Llandudno Seaside Hotel History: St George’s and The Grand” by Karen Averby historian, research consultant, and seaside-loving author of Seaside Hotels. (Seaside Hotel Series Part-1). This event was not recorded by the request of the presenter.

September 7th 2021 at 7pm
“After the Storm: The Wreck of the Rothsay Castle, 1831″ by Robert Hughes-Mullock. Join us as we explore the tragic events of that night and the impact on Llandudno and the surrounding coast, as well as the remnants of the disaster still visible today. Robert Hughes-Mullock is Chief Executive of Maritime Training Cymru, a North Wales-based nautical training organisation dating back to 1877. A naval & maritime historian, Robert has published three naval historical anthologies and over two hundred articles on maritime-related topics.

September 22nd 2021 at 6pm
“Hedgehog Help and Conservation” by Tracy Pierce founder of Hedgehog Help in Prestatyn. Take a tour of the Hedgehop Help rescue center and find out what you can do to helo the hedgehogs. 

Book your tickets here: Hedgehog Help- Eventbrite Link

October 13th 2021 at 7pm
“Faces in the Picture: Black History in Wales” by Peter Alexander, Curator, Heritage Consultant, and the creator of the Black History Stories Wales research website.

November 3rd 2021 6pm
“From Llandudno to Brazil: Charles Henry Driver, the forgotten architect of Llandudno Pier” by Dr Toby Driver FSA

November 18th, 2021 6pm
Wales in the Crusading World by Adam Williams. This presentation will focus on sources originating or relating to Wales during the Crusader period of European history. Alongside the Welsh angle, this discussion will also be giving context to the sources, providing an overview of the First Crusade, the Latin states that formed as a result of that, and then the decline of the Crusader states with the fall of Edessa and the failure of the 2nd Crusade.

December 8th 2021
“Learning the Pantomime Ropes” an interview with Nigel Ellacott, Pantomime Dame extraordinaire, who will guide Panto newbies through the rules of how to be the best pantomime audience.