What’s on

 

Fantabulous Felixstowe Museum is now closed for the winter

 

After a busy and successful season, the museum doors are now closed to the general public while we work behind the scenes to develop new displays for next year as well as catching up with essential museum work and maintenance.

 

The office continues to be open four days a week for enquiries and research.  Contact us by email or phone.

 

Our evening talks evenings (held in conjunction with the Felixstowe Family History Society) have returned to our normal venue, Broadway House in Orwell Rd, Felixstowe, meeting on the second Wednesday of the month.  All welcome.  We may soon be able to offer the option of attending by Zoom too.   Find details below.

(to be reviewed November 2021)

 

Dec
8
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Charlie Haylock will give us his new talk ‘Charlie and The Dig’

This is a talk about his experience of coaching the actors in the nuances of the Suffolk dialect during the making of the recently released film on Netflix.

 

Bookings are required for this talk.  Email fxfhs@hotmail.com with the subject line ‘Charlie Haylock – talk’.   Please email as soon as possible as we’ve already had a good response.                       (updated 17 Nov)

Doors open at 7pm.  Come early as Mr Haylock is a very popular speaker!  

 

 

Jan
12
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Jan 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Gill Blanchard – behind the scenes at ‘Who do you think you are?’

In this talk, Gill relates her experiences of working on this popular programme.  She will focus on her research for and appearances on the Jonnie Peacock and Mary Berry episodes.

 

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm.

 

 

Mar
9
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Mar 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Brian Nichols & Charles Wright on ‘The History of Radio Caroline’

Radio enthusiasts Brian Nicols and Charles Wright, whose ongoing display in the Felgate Room attracts many visitors to the museum, will take us back to the 60s as they outline the history of offshore pirate radio and Felixstowe’s part in the story.

 

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm.