The Alfred East Art Gallery hosts monthly Lunchtime and Evening talks.
Lunchtime Talks are from 1pm - 2pm monthly.
Refreshments are available from 12.30pm until the start of the talk.
Ticket Prices: £5 per person, £3.50 with a Kettering Leisure Pass.
The Friends of Kettering Art Gallery & Museum organise monthly Evening Talks, 7.30pm - 9pm.
Ticket Prices: £4 per person, FREE to Friends Members. No advance booking required.
'Alfred East: Monet of the Cotswolds'
by Paul Johnson
Friday 17 March, 1 -2pm
How an oil painting by Alfred East passed as a work by Monet for 60 years before 2010, and why this led to the placing of many of East's works in Upper Swell, near Stow on the Wold.
'The Montagu monuments at Warkton Church'
by Alan Toseland
Wednesday 15 March, 7 - 9pm
Exploring the monuments at Warkton Church, local to the area.
by Delia Thomas
Friday 28 April, 1 - 2pm
Delia looks at the lacemaking industry in one of its heartlands - the East Midlands, in particular Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire.
'We Are Not Alone'
by John Wilson
Wednesday 19 April, 7 - 9pm
Preceded by the Friends Annual General Meeting.
The talk will look at the friends of museums and art galleries around the world.
'Life & Death in Plantagenet England'
by Mike Ingram
Friday 19 May, 1 - 2pm
This talk looks at late medieval English society, the importance of religion in their everyday lives and gives an insight into how they thought, lived and died.
'The Railway comes to Kettering'
by Robin Cullop
Wednesday 17 May, 7 - 9pm
Robin will look back on the history of Kettering railway and its arrival.
'Reel Life - Kettering & District in 1900s'
by Northamptonshire Film Archive
Friday 16 June, 1 - 2pm
From its collection of more than 4,00 reels of film, the Northamptonshire Film Archive Trust are screening two amateur movie films showing scenes from the Kettering area. Including footage of the opening of Wicksteed Park (1921) and the Coronation celebrations.