The Society arranges a series of lectures throughout the year at the LichfieldGarrick Theatre, a venue with excellent facilities for both speakers and audience. The Society’s reputation is such that it can attract speakers respected in their professions from all over the UK and from abroad; surgeons, engineers, biologists, chemists, physicists, archaeologists, medical doctors, in fact anyone with an authoritative view on an interesting subject. In the last season topics included air traffic control, forensic science, the body clock, volcanos and the new Thames sewer. Presentations are always of a high standard and the ensuing discussion period invariably indicates the wide range of interests and experience of the audience.

The meetings are open to non-members, at a small charge. A limited number of tickets can be booked in advance, only by and for members.