An Evening with

Tracy Borman

HOW TO BE A GOOD MONARCH ‘1000 years of Kings and Queens’*

*The good, the bad, the great and the mad!

To coincide with The Coronation of Charles III

The British monarchy has survived rebellion, revolution, and war. Royal Historian, broadcaster and Chief Curator of Hampton Court and The Tower of London, Tracy Borman takes us on a gripping, entertaining and informative audio-visual tour of 1000 years of the twists and turns of the British monarchy from William the Conqueror to Charles III, in a show packed with the good, the bad, the great and the mad along with birth, romance, beheading, coronation, abdication, marriage, divorce, disaster, and triumph.

Tracy Borman is a best-selling author, historian, and broadcaster. Tracy is Chief Executive of the Heritage Education Trust, that encourages children to visit and learn from historic properties. Tracy regularly appears on television, including presenting The Private Lives of the Monarchs on Yesterday, and Channel 5’s Inside the Tower of London and is often invited to give public talks and lectures across the country. She also regularly contributes to a wide range of national newspapers and history magazines, notably BBC History.


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