AN HISTORIAN will tell the story of how life as a soldier changed from the age of the musket to machine gun.
Michael Forrest, a member of the Artillery Volunteers at Fort Nelson, dresses in uniforms of 1880s artillery men and performs gun drills.
Now he will kick start a series of talks at the Royal Armouries museum at Fort Nelson on January 30.
It starts at 7.30pm and ends at 9pm. Tickets cost £5 with refreshments included.
Nigel Hosier, operations manager, said: ‘These fascinating presentations will appeal to both those with an interest in our local history and wider military history.’