Museum talks will be free
PLYMOUTH City Museum and Art Gallery will host a series of talks looking at interesting historical characters and their links to the area.
The first event on Wednesday, January 3, will be an illustrated talk by Dr Pamela Gerrish Nunn, featuring historic and contemporary art inspired by the Cornish fishing village of Newlyn.
Artist Samuel John Birch, who painted thousands of pictures of the Cornish landscape, will then be the subject of a talk on January 8.
The life of Edgar Evans, one of Captain Scott's most loyal followers, will be discussed by author Isobel Williams on January 15.
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The talk on January 22 will focus on Parisian courtesan Eliza Emma Crouch, otherwise known as Cora Pearl.
The final talk of the month, on January 29, will then highlight the life and career of pioneering female photographer Ida Kar.
All events start at 1.10pm and last for about 45 minutes.
Admission is free but tickets are required.
They can be collected in person from the museum's welcome desk during normal opening hours or booked by calling 01752 304774.