The St Peter's School Public Lecture programme is a series of lectures, talks, and presentations by a range of expert speakers from many disciplines.
The School organises several of these per term. They are open to the public and usually free to attend. Click below for more information on our upcoming public lectures.
Tickets for our Public Lectures are usually FREE and are available from our Eventbrite page.
Due to the popularity of our lectures, parking on-site can be very limited. The nearest public car park is on Marygate, which is just a few minutes' walk from the school.
Please let us know if you need a disabled parking space, are hard of hearing or need other assistance at the event. If you have any enquiries or access requirements you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01904 527315.
Free refreshments are served after most events. If the speaker is an author, copies of his/her recent books will be on sale with a chance to have them signed.
This Academic Term's Upcoming Science Lectures
York Literature Festival
York Literature Festival will be hosted at St Peter's School. Click here to purchase your tickets. Speakers include:
- SPECIAL DOUBLE EVENT:
Catherine Fox: The Lindchester Chronicles
AND: Anglican Women Novelists: from Charlotte Bronte to P.D. James. With Judith Maltby and Alsion Shell
- Suzannah Lipscomb: Women, Sex and Power in the Sixteenth Century
- Melvyn Bragg: Love without End
- Amanda Owen: An Evening with the Yorkshire Shepherdess
- Kate Humble in Conversation: 'Thinking On My Feet'
- Melanie Reid in Conversation: 'The World I Fell Out Of'
- Kirsty Wark in Conversation: 'The House by the Loch'