A new immersive tour exploring 700 years of LGBT+ history at Kensington Palace
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Unfortunately 'Queer Lives at the Palace' has been cancelled, with plans to reschedule for a later date. If you have already purchased tickets, we will be in contact to issue a refund.
Queer Lives at the Palace is part of Historic Royal Palaces’ dedicated programme of LGBT+ events in 2020 sharing the intriguing and little known stories of the royal courts.
Join us to explore untold stories of Kensington Palace through an immersive after-hours tour.
Share your experience on social media with #Queerlives
Queer Lives at the Tower will run at the Tower of London on selected dates in February. Hampton Court Palace will run their own series of tours at Queer Lives at Court, in April and May.
Queer Lives at the Palace is written by Chris Bush and directed by Tom Latter.
Originally the childhood home of Queen Victoria, later home to Princess Margaret and Princess Diana and now the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kensington Palace is one of the more fashionable and stylish of our palaces.
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