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October

1st – Manchester Legal Walk. Click here for more information.
1st – ‘Robbers, Rebels, and Royals‘ University of Nottingham, 19.30. Performed by Joglaresa. Click here for more information.
2nd – Warwick Words Autumn Festival. Magna Carta 800th Chairman Sir Robert Worcester, Speaker. Click here for more information.
3rd‘Magna Carta: Foundation of Freedom’.Dr Emm Johnstone, Speaker. Tickets £5/£7. Click here for more information.
3th – 4th – Graham Clarke (author of Starta Magna Carta Thearta), studio open days. Click here for more information.
4th October – 7th NovemberMagna Carta Canada at Fort York Visitor Centre, Toronto.
Until the 6th October: The touring exhibition, ‘Magna Carta Rediscovered‘, will be on display at Sandwich. This event will be particularly special as it will be the first time that Sandwich’s Magna Carta and its sister document the Charter of the Forest will be displayed together to the public.
6th – ‘Robbers, Rebels, and Royals‘, Leamington Music Festival, 19.30. Performed by Joglaresa. Click here for more information.
7th – ‘David Starkey: Magna Carta‘ at the Northcott Theatre, Exeter. Click here for more information.
8th – Liverpool/Cardiff/Swansea Legal Walk. Click here for more information.
8th – ‘Magna Carta and the Siege of Rochester Castle‘, Medway Archives, Rochester, 19.30. Sir Robert Worcester, Speaker. Click here for more information.
10th October – 6th December – ‘Magna Carta Rediscovered‘, Rochester Cathedral. Click here for more information.
10th – ‘Magna Carta Books‘, Sir Robert Worcester, Rochester Literature Festival.
11th – ‘Magna Carta and Justice‘, Rochester Cathedral. High Sheriff William Alexander, Speaker.
12th – Glasgow/Edinburgh Legal Walk. Click here for more information.
13th – 25th – Magna Carta Embroidery Panels at the American Museum, Bath. Click here for more information.
14th – ‘Magna Carta and its importance to our legal system‘, University of Kent, Keith Tucker Memorial Lecture, 18.00. Sir Robert Worcester, Speaker. More information.
15th – The final of the English – Speaking Union’s ‘My Magna Carta‘ essay competition.
15th – Magna Carta Seminar at the University of Trieste, Italy.
17th – 31st – Canterbury Festival. Magna Carta theme throughout. ‘1215: Runnymede Revisited‘, at St Peter’s Church, Oare
17, 18, 24, 25, 31 Oct at 11:00 AM. Click here for more information.
19th‘Magna Carta – Did She Die in Vain?’, Gray’s Inn. Baroness Hale, Speaker.
19th – Oxford Legal Walk. Click here for more information.
22nd – ‘Magna Carta and Parliament’ closes at Kent History and Library Centre, Maidstone.
22nd – 7th November: ‘Magna Carta Plays’, Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury.
23rd – ‘Festival of Freedoms’ programme ends, hosted by UK Parliament.
23rd – ‘Textus Roffensus (c. 604) on the road to Magna Carta’, Rochester Guild Breakfast. Sir Robert Worcester, Speaker.
24th – ‘Magna Carta Women‘ closes at Sarum College, Salisbury. Click here for more information.
24th – Knights of Wessex and Mercia Magna Carta Feast, Queensland, Australia.
26th – Magna Carta Moot between the English – Speaking Union, and Inner Temple.
27th – ‘Magna Carta, Scotland and the Continent: Historical Perspectives’: a roundtable event, hosted by Dr Gianluca Raccagni. Tickets are free but registration required. Click here for tickets and more information.
28th – Graham Clarke’s ‘Starta Magna Carta Thearta‘, at Rochester Library.

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