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The Wagner Society Zoom Events July 2021

The Wagner Society Zoom Events July 2021

• 7th July: Richard Jones in conversation with Christopher Cook
• 14th July: The Met Database, with Jeffery McMillan

Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for
non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s.

Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org

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