The dictionary defines superstition as a widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially leading to good or bad luck. Why do we avoid walking under a ladder, take extra special care on Friday 13th, or tie boots to wedding cars? Come along and find out the origins of these and some other popular superstitions – but make sure you don’t spill any salt!
The talk begins with a substantial buffet lunch (please inform us of any dietary requirements when booking).
Tickets: £15 (including buffet lunch)