Lady Jane Grey is included in the ‘Tudor Queens: The Hearts and Stomachs of Kings’ day at Southwark Cathedral next March.
Tudor Queens: The Hearts and Stomachs of Kings
Saturday 28th March 2020
‘As the nation celebrates Women’s History Month in March 2020, Southwark Cathedral are delighted to host a day of talks focusing on the Tudor Queens who shaped the history of modern Britain.
Four of the country’s foremost historians on the Tudor period present four different presentations. The day will conclude with a panel discussion with our speakers, who will debate the day’s talks and take questions from the audience.
If you are interested in the Tudor period or women’s history then join us to discover the six wives of Henry VIII, the scandal between Elizabeth I and Thomas Seymour which led to the creation of the Virgin Queen, the intimate feminized world of the Elizabethan court and the moving, human story of Lady Jane Grey.’
Six Wives of Henry VIII by Alison Weir
Crown of Blood: The Deadly Inheritance of Lady Jane Grey by Dr Nicola Tallis
The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor by Dr Elizabeth Norton
Elizabeth’s Bedfellows: An Intimate History of the Queen’s Court by Dr Anna Whitelock
To buy tickets and for further information see: Tudor Queens: The Hearts and Stomachs of Kings