Tracy Borman: talk

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I. Two of the most famous women in British history. Their stories are as familiar as they are compelling. And yet, they have never been told together. Piecing together evidence from original documents and artefacts uncovered while researching her new book, historian and broadcaster Tracy Borman reveals Anne Boleyn's relationship with, and influence over her daughter Elizabeth, the celebrated Virgin Queen. In so doing, she sheds new light on an extraordinary mother and daughter who changed the course of British history forever.

The talk will last approximately one hour, with book signing by Dr Borman afterwards.  Tea, coffee and biscuits will be will be served beforehand, from 4.15pm.

Venue: Middle Temple Hall
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"Outstanding work of historical artistry"

Alison Wier

"Deeply researched and grippingly written "

The Independent


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