Off with her head! HRP’s popular online talks continue

painting of Anne Boleyn in a cell in the Tower

Anne Boleyn awaits her fate in the Tower.

Historic Royal Palaces, the organisation which looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kew Palace, Hillsborough Castle, Kew Palace and the Banqueting House, is continuing its successful online curator talks with Chief Curator Lucy Worsley.

Presenter Lucy Worsley against historic building backdrop

A new series begins on 7th October, with the first broadcast focusing on the last days of Anne Boleyn.

Joint Chief Curators Tracy Borman and Lucy Worsley will explore the last days of arguably the most famous of Henry VIII’s wives – a woman for whom he changed the religion of England, executed many faithful servants and friends, wrecked the happiness and future prospects of his heir, and then murdered after only three years of marriage.

There will also be an opportunity to ask the experts your questions in a Q&A session. Weekly updates about the rest of the series will be available on HRP’s website. Access to these talks are by registration only and donations are optional, but greatly appreciated!

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