Historian, author and TV presenter, Lucy Worsley, has become queen in her own right, having brought history to the masses in entertaining but educational documentaries such as Six Wives and Nights At The Opera as well as best selling books, including Jane Austen At Home and Courtiers: The Secret History of the Georgian Court.
She graces the stage at Richmond Theatre on 9 September to talk about Queen Victoria. Not only was Victoria a monarch but a daughter, wife, mother and finally, a widow. At a time when few women had much power, Victoria oversaw a time of great change in Britain and Lucy examines the different roles she played throughout her reign.
Tickets from £22.90 from Richmond Theatre
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