Lucy Worsley - Friday 11 October 2019, 7:30pm
Bestselling author, historian and Chief Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces Lucy Worsley is also one of the BBC’s most exuberant TV presenters. She brings history alive with her enthusiasm and eye for the quirky both of which have led to hugely inspiring programmes from the wives of Henry VIII to American history’s ‘biggest fibs’. As well as being much loved for her historical fiction for children she has also written books on Jane Austen and Queen Victoria. With 2019 the bicentenary of Queen Victoria's birth, she comes to Godolphin to talk about her book which examines 24 days of her life scrupulously, allowing the real character behind the title to bound forward.
This talk is open to the public.
Tickets for Lucy Worsley's talk can be found here.
Photo - credit Historic Royal Palaces, Bloomsbury, Ben Turner