Queen Victoria expert to give talk at Garden Rooms at Tennnats

Lucy Worsley. Photo: Historic Royal Palaces/Bloomsbury/Ben Turner.

Queen Victoria: a little old lady, spherical in shape, dressed in black, perpetually grumpy.

Right? Historian Lucy Worsley wants to make you think again.

Meet a complex, contradictory woman, who had a traumatic childhood, who loved dancing, who suffered calamity and bereavement, before coming out the other side as an eccentric, powerful and really rather magnificent old lady.

Lucy’s illustrated talk takes you into the life, the palaces, and the rich colourful age of this woman who ruled a quarter of the globe.

Lucy Worsley is a historian, author, chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces, and presenter for the BBC.

She has presented numerous programmes including The First Georgians: The German Kings Who Made Britain, A Very British Romance and co-presented Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History Of Dance.

Lucy Worsley will be speaking at The Garden Rooms at Tennants on Thursday, October 24 at 7pm, tickets from £18.

To find out more visit tennantsgardenrooms.com or call 01969 621146