Anthony Inglis is an experienced lecturer and has a number of presentations available. He has given talks onboard Cunard and Celebrity ships, Warner Hotels, Kempinski Hotels, and prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was scheduled to host a dinner talk at The RAF Club in Piccadilly and give a talk at the Battle-of Britain Memorial site in Capel-le-Ferne.
All lectures come with a PowerPoint presentation on his own laptop, and there are images, movies and sound. So he will require an external screen and speakers connected by HDMI cable. Each talk lasts between 45 and 60 minutes and he is very experienced at Q&A's. The cost is by agreement, and in some cases for no fee!
“The Story of The Maestro”
This talk narrates how the art of conducting orchestras actually started. From the moment a man stood and beat time to modern-day conducting, discover the musical journey through 400 years.
“And the Bands Played On”
This talk charts the rise of music on board the Cunard ships from the very beginning to the current day. There is a detour to the White Star Line and the heroism of the musicians on board RMS Titanic.
"The Life and Times of Elizabeth Fry"
Anthony talks about his great-great-great-great Grandmother the English social reformer Elizabeth Fry. From her idyllic childhood in a very large family to her support for the welfare of female prisoners.