Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2014

Who  Do You Think You Are? Live will take place at Olympia from Thursday 20 February to Friday 22 February 2014

Show tickets 2 for 26 (and single tickets at £14) are available for purchase over the counter in the SoG bookshop (through 19 February).

 

The Society of Genealogists' Family History Show remains at the heart of the world's largest genealogy event along with the Society' Ask the Experts Area and the SoG programme of talks.

Show Theme

2014 sees the commemoration of the outbreak of the First World War and this will be the theme of Who Do You Think You Are? Live  2014. The Society's talks programme includes a full stream of related workshops along with  the usual variety of topics covered by our expert speakers. The full timetable of talks for each day can be found on the Who Do You Think You Are? Live website.

Tickets for the talks are free to collect on the day from the Workshop ticket desk, located in the upstairs gallery. Alternatively you can guarantee a seat by buying your ticket in advance at a cost of £2 when you book your ticket for the show through the Who Do You Think You Are? Live  Website.

Ask the Experts

The Society of Genealogists' Ask the Experts Area provides an opportunity to get some one-to-one guidance on your family history research. Whether you are stuck finding an elusive ancestor or just need some help to start, this is the perfect chance to pose specific questions to an expert who can provide invaluable advice.

Twenty minute appointments can be booked on the day by simply visiting the reception desk in the Ask the Experts Area  on the gallery level. You will be asked to fill in a pre-booking form so you can be matched to the appropriate expert.

Please note Ask the Expert sessions are not bookable in advance unless you purchase an ANCESTRY VIP ticket to the show through the Who Do You Think You Are? Live website.

Visit Our Stand

The Society's trustees, staff and volunteers will be manning our large stand in the Society of Genealogists' Family History Show. Do come along to say hello.