Talk at Preston Historical Society – December

On Monday 3rd December at Lune Street Methodist Church I will be giving my first public lecture on Will Onda. After over 4 years of digging in archives and reading old newspapers with the help of Peter Vickers, I will give a short but hopefully fascinating insight into an early pioneer in the cinema and film industry from his time as a acrobat to his development as a ‘recorder of our modern age’ and film distributor.

More details can be found on Preston Historical Society website

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About Emma Heslewood

I am a historian and museum curator with broad interests including early topical films, social and industrial history, numismatics, archaeology and WW1. I am an expert on the life and work of the Victorian acrobat and topical film maker - Will Onda.
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One Response to Talk at Preston Historical Society – December

  1. Heather says:

    Looking forward to the talk !

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