sat16sep8:00 pmsat9:00 pmHampton Court: From the Tudors to the WindsorsTracy Borman and Gareth Russell


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“If walls could gossip, this is the book that Hampton Court would whisper” (Philippa Gregory)

For 500 years Hampton Court has been a place of power, scandal and intrigue:  a stage for events that have shaped the nation.  From the kitchens of Henry VII and the dreams of Anne Boleyn to Elizabeth I’s brush with death, and from Charles II’s mistresses and the feuds of Georgian aristocrats to the era of the Windsors where the Palace hosted Elizabeth II’s coronation ball and hid the last Tsar’s sister.  Bestselling Tudor historian Tracy Borman, joint Chief Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces including Hampton Court, joins Gareth Russell, author of a compelling new history of the building to explore the personal tragedy and political importance of this magical royal residence.

“Gareth Russell is a born storyteller” (Dan Jones)

“A stunning tour-de-force” (Tracy Borman)


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