Fashionable life in Regency London: an online talk by Rachel Knowles

Thursday, 25 March 2021, 7pm to 8pm

Has watching Bridgerton left you with questions about the Regency?

Are you a fan of Jane Austen and want to learn more about the time in which she lived and wrote? 

Was there a London season?

Did ladies go to London to find a husband? 

Did Vauxhall Gardens really exist?

Find out the answers to these questions and discover what fashionable life in Regency London was like in Rachel’s virtual talk.

Rachel Knowles is the author of the Regency History blog and What Regency Women Did For Us. 

She also writes clean, historical romance novels set in the time of Jane Austen.

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The Spoils of War by Christopher Joll

Tuesday, 30 March 2021, 7pm

This talk by Christopher Joll discusses the arguments for and against the current debate around repatriation and restitution taken from his publication of the same name: SPOILS OF WAR – The Treasures, Trophies & Trivia of the British Empire.

“Christopher Joll’s original and entertaining book focuses on some of the remarkable spoils of war seized during the age of empire by British soldiers, sailors and airmen. Each of these tangible , trophies of victory, ranging from the priceless to the valueless, has a story which Joll recounts – and sometimes debunks – with style, humour and insight.”

MICHAEL PORTILLO Broadcaster and former Secretary of State for Defence

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