The 1649 execution of Charles I demonstrates the astonishing dissenting power of Parliament in their successful plot to overthrow the monarchy. Steven Gale talks to Charles Spencer (To Catch A King) and Linda Porter (Royal Renegades) about what this meant. "
"Venue: Town Hall, Baillie Gifford Stage "
"Tickets £9 plus transaction fee* "
"Gold & Silver Members - 10% off
Town Hall Baillie Gifford Stage
09/10/2017 1:45 PM
09/10/2017 2:45 PM
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Linda Porter has a doctorate in History from the University of York, where she studied early modern English and French history under the late Professor Gwyn Williams. She was the winner of the 2004 Biographers Club/Daily Mail Prize, which helped launch her on a new career as an author. Her first book, Mary Tudor, The First Queen, was published to critical acclaim by Portrait in 2007. She is a regular contributor to BBC History Magazine and History Today. She lives in Kent.