eld inside its very atmospheric Grade II-listed interior, the spring history lecture series at St Pancras Old Church is already well in its stride.
But there are a couple of events left: next up, on Thurs 7th June, is art historian Alan Powers talking about his new book on artist Enid Marx to coincide with the forthcoming exhibition of her work at the House of Illustration (25th May to 23rd Sept).
Later in the month (20th June), TV personality and director of the Landmark Trust, Anna Keay, speaks on the Duke of Monmouth, the illegitimate son of Charles II and how this Restoration playboy became a man of courage and principle. Go learn something new.
Main image: Dan Hall