Tracy Borman - Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I - The Mother and Daughter Who Changed History
Anne Boleyn, the most famous of Henry VIII’s six wives, is a subject of enduring fascination and a focus of debate 500 years after her violent death. Her daughter, the future Elizabeth I, was barely three years old at the time of the execution but Anne exerted more influence over her than is generally known. Tracy Borman tells the story of the mother daughter relationship and sheds new light on two of the most famous women in history.
An illustrated talkIntroduced by Sally Laverack
|When: Wednesday 8th November 2023 @ 12 noon|
|Where: The Bull Ballroom|
|Sponsored by: Sue Robinson|