When and Where to Hear our Members

Members of Quatuor Coronati Lodge are available to give lectures nationally and internationally and can be contacted through the Lodge at secretary@quatuorcoronati.com. Arrangements for accommodation and travel expenses etc. should be agreed in advance with the individual speaker. Many speakers have been Prestonian Lecturers and all have a broad range of interests and expertise.

Speaking engagements for the remainder of 2018 include the following lectures and seminars:

13-14 October: Ric Berman, Keynote Lecture, Masonic Symposium, Grand Lodge of Colorado, Denver, CO.

18 October:  Mike Kearsley, An Introduction to English Freemasonry, The Newark Group, Pyrford, Surrey.
Booking contact: Peter Austin peterjaustin53@gmail.com

23 October:  Mike Kearsley, The meaning of the Royal Arch ritual, Jersey Chapter of Installed Principals No. 8383, Masonic Temple, Stopford Road, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands JE2 4LB
Booking contact: Matthew Viney matthewdviney@hotmail.co.uk

29 October: John Wade, Sheffield Masonic Study Circle: A History of Craft Freemasonry in Sheffield 1761–2017.

1 November: Paul Calderwood, Freemasonry and the Royal Family, Royal Cumberland Lodge No. 41, Bath Masonic Hall, Old Orchard Street, Bath BA1 1JU.
Booking contact: MartinDCox@hotmail.co.uk.

1 November:  Mike Kearsley, An introduction to English Freemasonry, Metropolitan New Members seminar, FMH, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ
Booking contact: Robert Grant  rwgrant@hotmail.com

2 November:  Hugh O’Neill, Unravelling the Craft Installation, St Peter’s Lodge No. 9182, Masonic Centre, Windsor Road, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 3ER
Booking contact: Peter James  p.k.james@btinternet.com

7 November: John Wade, Stafford Installed First Principals: The Royal Arch: Beginnings and Changes in Layout & Ritual over 250 years.

10th November: Christopher Powell, Nil nisi clavis deest – Only the key remains, Bristol Installed First Principals’ Chapter No. 8168, Freemasons’ Hall, 31 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5NH

22 November: David Peck, 940s – Hitler, the greatest threat to English Freemasonry, Leeds & District Lodge of Installed Masters No. 7918, Masonic Hall, 18/20 Castle Grove Drive, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 4BP.
Booking Contact: John Duncalf at johnduncalf@btinternet.com.

27 November: Hugh O’Neill, ‘Unravelling the Craft Installation’, Fairway Lodge No. 7611, Jerrom Hall, 16 Seaview Road, Peacehaven, East Sussex BN10 8PX
Booking contact: Tony Cox at tonycox100@ntlworld.com

5 December: Hugh O’Neill, Unravelling the Craft Installation, Sussex Lodge No. 17 (H.F.A.F.), Lewes Freemasons’ Hall, 148 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1XT
Booking contact: Maxine Priestley maxbee44@icloud.com  Please note that a ‘White Table’ dinner will follow this meeting.

Speaking engagements for 2019 include the following lectures and seminars:

21 February: Mike Kearsley, Four Years on the Square – the musings of a Masonic editor, East Surrey First Principals No. 5888, Croydon & District Masonic hall, 73 Oakfield Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 2UX
Booking contact: Peter McCarthy 07722 480436

25 February: Paul Calderwood, Unlawful Societies Act, Maesteg Lodge No. 6805, 5 Castle Street, Maesteg CF34 9UN.
Booking contact: MartinDCox@hotmail.co.uk.

27 March: Christopher Powell,  Thoughts on the early history of the Royal Order of Scotland, Manchester Association for Masonic Research, Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge Street, Manchester M3  3BT

30 March: Christopher Powell,  Let’s Talk Masonry Conference 2019, Province of East Lancashire, Hemsley House, 41-42 The Crescent, Salford M5 4PE

7-9 June: ICOM, Bordeaux, France. QC Speakers include Ric Berman, John Belton, John Acaster, Arturo de Hoyos and Brent Morris.

21 November: Christopher Powell,  The Indissoluble Link – the Craft and the Royal Arch, East Lancashire Provincial Meeting,  King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire  BB2 1AA

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