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August 2022

Garden Concert : No Milk Today

Wednesday 17 august 2022 at 19u30

No Milk Today is a 60's cover band and therefore only plays songs from the golden years.

At our garden concert, “No milk today” brings you the music that makes it hard to sit still, that everyone knows and that everyone wants to sing along to!The polyphonic harmony vocals bring you live to the 60s music by : Amen Corner, The Animals, The Beatles, The Byrds, Hermans Hermits, The Hollies, The Kinks, The Lovin’ Spoonfull, Manfred Mann, The Monkees, The Move, The Rolling Stones,…

Together with a tasty 60's hamburger (included in the entrance fee) and a beautiful setting, this is the ideal end to our garden concert series! You can't and should not miss this...

You can register via :
Price : €25
Talbotousians : €20

Story Tour : Pettifers Adventures

Every Wednesday at 15:00 in July & August

Family story tour with Private Pettifer.

Join Pte. Arthur Pettifer MM on a mission in Talbot House. Arthur, a legendary scrounger, was employed at the House during the Great War and gives you a first hand snappy account of his adventures.

Story Tour : Allo Allo 

Every Friday at 15:00 in July & August

Exciting & incredible anecdotes from WW2.

Join us on an exciting, hilarious but at times tragic tour through the stories of the Second World War in Talbot House. Did you know Talbot House was the evacuation hub for British expats during the Dunkirk evacuation? Upon occupation, Belgian Talbotousians hid all of the relics and treasures, preventing them to be destroyed. They kept the spirit alive and once liberated, the allied soldiers received a very warm welcome. The club thrives today thanks to their resilience. 

Story Tour : Nocturne at Talbot House

Every Saturday at 20:00 in July & August

Exciting tales by Padre Tubby Clayton.

Story tour of Talbot House by one of our in-house storytellers. As we make our way through the House, we quote from the memoirs of our founding fathers. Who better to tell you what it was like than the people who were there in their own colourful language?

September 2022