We thought you may be interested in a few exciting local historical events:
Tracy Borman ‘How to Be a Good Monarch’
To coincide with The Coronation of Charles III.
The British monarchy has survived rebellion, revolution, and war. Royal Historian, broadcaster and Chief Curator of Hampton Court and The Tower of London, Tracy Borman takes will take you on a gripping, entertaining and informative audio-visual tour of 1000 years of the twists and turns of the British monarchy from William the Conqueror to Charles III in a show packed with the good, the bad, the great and the mad along with birth, romance, beheading, coronation, abdication, marriage, divorce, disaster and triumph.
Saturday 22 April
Webinar organised by Tudor Times on the subject of Robert Dudley and the Beauchamp chapel, at 4pm.
The speakers are Joanne Paul, Nicola Tallis, and Tim Clarke.
Tickets are available from: Tudor Times Shop.
History 900 Events
Thursday 4 May – Nigel Saul: The Secret Messages of Tombs
Thursday 11 May – Andrew Hopper: Warwick Castle in the Civil Wars
Thursday 25 May – Andrew Graham-Dixon: British medieval art, including an appreciation of the Beauchamp Chapel
Information about how to get tickets is at www.faireandgoodlybuilt.org.uk