Volunteer spotlight: Work Experience

Meet work experience student Ellie, who has written a blog about her experience here. Obtaining the opportunity to complete work experience at the Huguenot Museum has been a truly enlightening experience and has widened my passion for History even further as a sixth form student. Over the years I have visited numerous museums across the […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Work Experience

Maddy Clarke, sixth form student from The Rochester Grammar School, describes her work experience placement with the museum. As a student with a love for history, completing my work experience in a museum was an obvious decision, and I have had the opportunity to shadow the employees within the Huguenot Museum for the week. In […]

Book Club Review: The Lodger

Esther Cawte, French and German graduate from UCL and one of our volunteers, writes about the Book Club’s June read ‘The Lodger’ by Charles Nicholl.    In May, we read Charles Nicholl’s The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street, as several visitors to the museum had recommended it. The starting point of the book is in […]

Book Club Review: The Huguenots

In March, our Book Club read The Huguenots by Geoffrey Treasure. Breaking away from reading historical fiction, we got stuck into this in-depth, non-fiction account of the Huguenot experience in France across two centuries. We wanted to have a deeper understanding of political and religious landscape shaping the fiction that we had already been reading, […]