Murder at Reading Gaol

Angela Buckley presents a talk on the stories of some of Victorian Reading's prison inmates, inclduing the henous acts of baby farmer, Amelia Dyer, and the story of Charles Wooldridge, whose death by hanging in 1896 inspired Oscar Wilde, himself and inmate at that time, to write 'The Ballad of Readng Gaol'.

Talk 3 in a Series of 5. Tickets £5 (BFHS Members £4)

Book online at (see Events), by phone 01189 509553, or in person at the Centre for Heritage and Family History.

Saturday, 9 November 2019 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Event location: 
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square
United Kingdom