Opening Hours: Tue-Sat: 10am-12midnight, Sun-Mon: Closed

2024 Alexander Thomson Lecture

Alexander Thomson Lecture: Emma Rose Berry

Thu 30 May 2024

Tickets no longer available
Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

Left: a pastel drawing of a bearded man in a tweed jacket and bowtie. Right: A black and white photo of a smiling woman.

(left) Alexander Thomson (right) Emma Rose Berry

This year's speaker, Emma Rose Berry, is a partner with LDN Architects of Edinburgh, and Advanced Conservation Architect and a Trustee of the Heritage Trust Network in Scotland.

In Edinburgh, she has been involved in the transformation of Edinburgh’s Georgian Assembly Rooms, the conversion of Riddle’s Court into the Patrick Geddes Centre for Learning and Conservation, and of a medieval townhouse on the Royal Mile.

Fabric repair projects in which she has been involved include Aberlady Parish Church in East Lothian, Sir Walter Scott’s Courthouse, and restoration of the Newhailes doocot and ha-ha.

More recently, she has worked on the re-ordering of St Michael le Belfrey, a 16th century Church located beside York Minster and Killin Church, an octagonal plan Georgian church within the Loch Lomond National Park.




Event Type

Talks & Events




6:30pm — 8:30pm

Doors open: 5:30pm




Tickets: In Person: £5
Online: £3.00, Free for Alexander Thomson Society members


Wheelchair accessible

Tickets no longer available