Norman Moore Lodge, No. 7976 – Talk – “The Father of Electricity”

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Wednesday 22nd November at 4.30 p.m. – Harrow

Norman Moore Lodge, No. 7976 are delighted to present:-

“The Father of Electricity”

Imagine, if you can, a world without electricity.

Sparks will fly as you meet the great Victorian scientist, Michael Faraday, the man from humble beginnings who changed the world with his discoveries.

Faraday takes you back to the days when electricity was just a scientific wonder.

He’ll show you his cutting-edge experiments that transformed electricity and magnetism into something a little more practical. Changing the world he lived in into the electrical wonderland we all know today.

W. Bro. Darryl Boot PProvAGReg
A presentation from W. Bro. Darryl Boot PProvAGReg

Darryl Boot is an actor with 30 years of experience,

He has worked in theatre, television, in adverts, voice-overs, talking books and radio plays.

He has worked extensively in educational theatre.

For seven years he toured with Johnny Ball in various educational shows around Britain.

He has worked with Molecule Theatre of Science, and for over ten years has worked with Spectrum Drama and Theatre Projects recreating historical characters at venues including the Science Museum, The National Maritime Museum, The Brunel Museum, The London Transport Museum and The Royal Albert Hall

Harrow District Masonic Centre,
Northwick Circle, Kenton,
Harrow, Middlesex, HA3 0EL

This will prove to be a very popular meeting and early booking is strongly recommended.

Dining Fee £30

All applications to:
Peter Hyde

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