Kensington Palace online talk with Lucy Worsley

LIVE on Crowdcast, Wednesday 24 February, 7.00pm (GMT)

LIVE on Crowdcast, Wednesday 24 February, 7.00pm (GMT)

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Wednesday 24 February 7.00pm (GMT)


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The event will be online only, LIVE on Crowdcast. The event is free to join but we ask you to consider making a donation of £10 or whatever you can afford. 

 


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Join Joint Chief Curator Lucy Worsley as she takes you on a whistle-stop tour, exploring everything you ever needed to know about Kensington Palace.

In this one-hour talk, Lucy will be joined by curators Claudia Williams, Joanna Marschner and Lee Prosser as they chart the history of one of Britain’s most famous royal buildings. ‘KP’ – as it is affectionately known - began its life as a countryside retreat for the Stuart monarchy, then went on to be the site glittering Georgian parties in the 18th century.  It was also famously the birthplace of one of Britain’s best-loved monarchs, Queen Victoria. Together, Lucy and guests will chart the evolution of the palace, as well as revealing some of its innermost secrets.

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This event is free to join, but we ask you to consider making a donation of £10 or whatever you can afford. 

Historic Royal Palaces is a self-funding charity.  The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on our finances. Your support for these events helps us to give the palaces a future for everyone.  

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