Friday 18th Nov 2016 ‘The Real Macbeth’ by Cameron Taylor.
7.30pm (doors open 7pm)
- Entry £3.00
- Members £2.00
- Students £1.50
About Cameron Taylor
Cameron Taylor is co-author (with Alistair Murray) of On the Trail of the Real Macbeth. Born in Orkney, he studied history at Aberdeen University and embarked on a career in the Civil Service before returning to his native Orkney as Director of Tourism. He became a freeland heritage and tourism consultant in 1999.
Lived and worked in places as diverse as the East End of London and Forres, the home of The Real King Macbeth. Now lives in his native Orkney again.
Cameron Taylor’s Website (camerontaylor.info)
About Elgin Museum
The Museum’s collections are housed in a Category A listed building at the east end of Elgin High Street, Moray, in the North East of Scotland. Here you can see objects from all over the world, with a special focus on Moray, and from all periods of history and prehistory from before the dinosaurs to the present day.
Elgin Museum Website (elginmuseum.org.uk)