The talk focuses on the invasion of Togoland, where British soldiers took part in their first action in the First World War.
The British and French invaded the German colony of Togoland in West Africa in August 1914.
Robert Gladding, who is giving the talk, said: “This is a fascinating part of the very early stages of the Great War and I am excited to tell everyone about it and why it was so important.”
The talk costs £4 and includes entrance to the museum and tea and biscuits.
Booking is essential, call 01244 327617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.