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May 2021

Informal live chat – 7 May

May 7 @ 11:00 pm - May 8 @ 12:00 am BST

May's informal live chat will be taking place on Friday 7th May. There's no set topic, just Tudor history, so we can start off by having a nice chit-chat about how we all are and where we are, then we can move on to talking Tudor! Our chats last for an hour and are always good fun. They're a great way to get to know other Tudor history lovers from all over the world, and to talk about Tudor history…

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Expert live chat – Lucy Churchill – 15 May

May 15 @ 11:00 pm - May 16 @ 12:00 am BST

Stonecarver Lucy Churchill will be joining us in the Tudor Society chatroom for a Q&A session about her talk on the 1534 Anne Boleyn medal and the King's College Chapel choirscreen. Lucy has done a tremendous amount of research on both of these Anne Boleyn related items, so we will be able to ask her all sorts of questions. Our chats last for an hour and are always interesting and good fun. The chatroom can be found here: https://www.tudorsociety.com/chatroom/ Here…

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Facebook Live – Henry VII and Elizabeth of York – Talk by Claire Ridgway

May 28 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm BST

On Friday 28th May, Tudor Society founder, Claire Ridgway, will be doing a Facebook Live talk and Q&A session on Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. It will take place in the private Members-only Tudor Society Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/tudorsocietymembers. Note: It will be taking place an hour earlier than last time. Here are the times in different time zones. If your time zone isn't listed you can use https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html to convert the London time to your zone. London, UK…

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June 2021

Expert talk – Siobhan Clarke – Dress, Dazzle Display: Tudor Court Dress

June 1

June's expert speaker is historian Siobhan Clarke, co-author of "The Tudors: The Crown, the Dynasty, the Golden Age", "A Tudor Christmas" and "King and Collector: Henry VIII and the Art of Kingship". Siobhan has worked for Historic Royal Palaces for 20 years and is based at Hampton Court Palace, where she trained as a Costumed Interpreter before becoming an HRP Guide Lecturer. Siobhan's talk for us is "Dress, Dazzle Display: Tudor Court Dress".

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July 2021

Expert talk – Dr Owen Emmerson – The Two Annes of Hever

July 1

Historian Dr Owen Emmerson is castle supervisor of Hever Castle which was the Boleyn family home and also a residence of Anne of Cleves. He will be speaking to us on the two Anne's of Hever.

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August 2021

Expert talk – Nathen Amin – Henry VII the Man

August 1

Historian Nathen Amin runs the Henry Tudor Society Facebook page and is the author of "The House of Beaufort", "Tudor Wales" and "Henry VII and the Tudor Pretenders: Simnel, Warbeck, and Warwick". Nathen is always a popular speaker here at the Tudor Society.

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September 2021

Expert talk – Catherine Brooks – The Howards

September 1

Many of you will know Catherine as she is the Tudor Society secretary, and she is also busy working on a book on the Howard family, one of the prominent families of the Tudor period-

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October 2021

Expert talk – Natalie Grueninger – Elizabeth of York’s 1502 progress

October 1

Natalie Grueninger is the author of "In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII", "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn" and "Discovering Tudor London: A Journey Back in Time", as well as running the Talking Tudors podcast. Natalie will be talking about a royal progress taken by Elizabeth of York in 1502 following the death of her eldest son, Prince Arthur.

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November 2021

Expert talk – Gareth Russell – The Men in Catherine Howard’s Life: The Musician, the Pirate, the King, and the Rake

November 1

June's expert speaker is historian Gareth Russell, whose book on Queen Catherine Howard, Young and Damned and Fair, is the very best book on Catherine available. Gareth will be introducing us to the men Catherine was involved with: Henry Manox, Francis Dereham, Henry VIII and Thomas Culpeper, and telling us more about her relationships with them.

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December 2021

Expert Talk – Johanna Strong – Remembering Mary I: Elizabethan and Stuart Reinterpretations

December 1

Our December expert speaker is Johanna Strong who is currently doing a PhD on Mary I's legacy, and how her reputation and legacy have been posthumously created and manipulated.

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