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10th September 2023
Dear Fellow History Lover!
Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester - tell me what you think…
The Tudors Online History Festival - Talk Titles Released
Dr Jonathan Foyle talks about the quest for undiscovered Tudor artefacts and the resistance he encounters!
As you read this I am heading The Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots Tour alongside our tour historian, Gareth Russell. Over the next 5 days we will be visiting:
Lord Leycester Hospital
The tour includes a number of evening talks, which will be made available over the coming months in the British History Patreon club - join for £5 per month, click here.
Here’s another opportunity for you to hear from Tudor Historians. I am very excited to be hosting the third British History Online History Festival at which you can hear 7 eminent Tudor historians speak as well as ask them questions at our live Q & A session on the final evening, after which you can test your newly found knowledge in our end of event, just-for-fun quiz.
This Autumn’s British History Online History Festival
The Tudors Online History Festival - Talks
Eleri Lynn - Tudor Fashion: The Evolution of Style at the Royal Tudor Court
Estelle Paranque - The Pursuit of a Mother-Daughter relationship: Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici
Gareth Russell - Edward VI’s Best Friend: The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Barnaby Fitzpatrick
Tracy Borman - Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I
Kat Marchant - Shakespeare vs the Puritans
Joanne Paul - The House of Dudley: Just the Women
James Clark - Henry VIII and the Dissolution of the Monasteries
(to qualify for a 10% discount on all online event tickets, join the British History Patreon for only £5 per month)
Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
Tea Time History Chat Live | 6th September 2023
This week fell the anniversaries of Elizabeth I's birth and Robert Dudley's death, also in this week falls the death date of Robert Dudley's first wife, Amy Robsart. These events are the inspiration for this week's topic on Tea Time History Chat Live - "Elizabeth and Dudley".
Finding Tudor Treasures with Dr Jonathan Foyle
Set a reminder for this brilliant interview with art and architectural historian Dr Jonathan Foyle, which will be available on Youtube and the British history Podcast on Sunday 17th September.
Get the extended, ad-free Patreon episode TODAY by clicking here. Paying Substack members have access to the podcast today also.
You can follow The Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots Tour on Instagram - click here to follow.
Next week I’ll give you a review of where we went and what we did on tour! If you’d like to join us next year, go to www.britishhistorytours.com to see the tours available in 2024!
Until then, take care