The Richard Lancelyn Green Memorial Lecture 2018
October 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
FOLLOWING THE DEATH in March 2004 of Richard Lancelyn Green, the distinguished former Chairman of The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, the Council of the Society agreed that one of the Society’s regular meetings in each year would carry the name “The Richard Lancelyn Green Memorial Lecture.” This would give leading experts in matters connected with subjects that interested Richard an opportunity to address members.
The first RLG Lecturer, in 2005, was Owen Dudley Edwards, a leading authority on the life and work of Arthur Conan Doyle, and an outstanding personality – characteristics that he shared with Richard Green. The high standard that Owen set has been maintained by his successors, who include Andrew Lycett, Jack Klaff, David Timson, Dr Marina Stajic, Sir Christopher Frayling, Dr John McNabb and Michael Dirda.
This year's lecture will be on the 12th October. Look out for details!