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Piracy and the West Country

RSS
26 May 2010

Join E.T. Fox, author of Pirates of the West Country, as he reveals the stories behind the most notorious pirates of the age and how they put the West Country centre-stage in the annals of piracy.

Date: 26th May 2010
Time: 6.30pm
Location: Lecture Theatre

From the exploits of the last of Elizabeth I’s privateers to the virtual eradication of English pirates from the seas in the 1720s, Devon and Cornwall played a key role in one of the most interesting periods of pirate history.

Join E.T. Fox, author of Pirates of the West Country, as he reveals the stories behind the most notorious pirates of the age and how they put the West Country centre-stage in the annals of piracy.

Lecture £7, with two-course buffet £16.

Please call 01326 214546 for bookings. Doors & bar open from 6pm.