The 2022 General Membership Meeting of the American Branch is now open for Registration.  Three exciting speakers will give talks:  Carol Ann Lloyd, Dr Kelly DeVries, and Dr Compton Reeves, and there will be a special musical performance by Hesperus Trio Nova following Saturday’s medieval banquet.  You can attend in person or by Zoom — but sign up soon, as space is limited!  All events are to be held

From our partners at the Wallace Collection The Wallace Collection has announced a series of talks to coincide with its ongoing exhibit The Lost King: Imagining Richard III.  Talks will feature special guests Philippa Langley, Dan Jones, and Tobias Capwell, and take place in person at the museum. American Branch members will receive a discounted admission price of 10GBP (must present membership card or #) for in-person talks.  (The talks

  Coming to Mailboxes Soon; Read It Online Now The latest issue of the “Ricardian Register” is online for American Branch members to read now.  (Member password required to read current issues.)   The print edition, along with important Branch voting ballots and bylaws, will be shipping out very soon.  Look to receive them in the next few weeks and please, don’t forget to vote!   Inside This Issue  

  Old chums reunite for an album and a song about Richard III UK rock group The Blintz Band has written a song about Richard’s last battle, death, and rediscovery called ‘Ambion Hill,’ which features on their EP ‘God’s Golfball.’ The group features Kevin Bainbridge (vocals, rhythm guitar), Colin Barratt (vocals, Bass guitar) and Ian ‘Ted’ Hay (Drums & percussion.) The band’s members all grew up and met in Seaham,

Richard III film to play at Woodstock & Aspen fests While there is as yet no US wide release date for “The Lost King,” Ricardians will have a chance to see it at a few select festivals across the country.  The film, a fictionalized account of Philippa Langley’s 2012 discovery of the remains of Richard III, is a featured selection at the Woodstock Film Festival in NY and the Aspen