contact us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right.

           

123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789

email@address.com

 

You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.

Hampton_Court_Astrological_Clock_Detail.jpg

Events

 

2018 Events

26 February & 19 March, 1.30pm, The National Archives, Kew.  Tracy will give a talk on Thomas Cromwell as part of an A Level study day on the Reformation. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/

7 March, 6pm, Berkhamsted School. Tracy will give a talk on her book, The Private Lives of the Tudors, at this special memorial event for a former teacher at the school. 

10 March, 2.30pm, Sheffield.  Tracy will give a talk on The Private Lives of the Tudors for the Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge. http://www.fosml.org.uk

30 April, 6pm,Wycliffe College, Gloucestershire.  Tracy will give a talk on The Private Lives of the Tudors.

19 May, 9.30am, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon.  Tracy will give the keynote lecture at the Historical Association's Annual Conference. 

19 May, 3pm, Bath.  Tracy will take part in a panel discussion about historical fiction, for her debut novel, The King's Witch.  https://bathfestivals.org.uk/the-bath-festival/

31 May, 7.30pm, Bishop Grosseteste University Lincoln.  Tracy will give a Tudor-themed talk to help raise funds for the university.  www.bishopg.ac.uk

18 June, 6.30pm, Tower of London.  Tracy will be launching her debut novel, The King's Witch, at this special event for members of Historic Royal Palaces. https://www.hrp.org.uk/membership/

23 June, 6pm, Wimpole Hall. Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the Wimpole History Festival. www.wimpolehistoryfestival.com

27 June, Chalke Valley.  Tracy will give a talk based on the English Witch Craze at the schools festival at 2.35pm, and on her debut novel, entitled: 'The King’s Witch: persecution, betrayal and Gunpowder in the reign of James I', at the main festival, 5pm. https://cvhf.org.uk

4 July, 7.30pm, Dunottar School, Reigate, Surrey.  Tracy will give a talk on The Private Lives of the Tudors.

7 July, 2.30pm, Lavenham Village Hall.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at this special fundraising event for The Friends of Lavenham Library.

11 July, 8pm, Christ Church Junior School, New Malden.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at this special fundraising event for the school.

18 & 19 July, Russell Square, London & Museum of Architecture, Bath.  Tracy will be giving a talk as part of the Open Palace Programme. http://openpalace.co

19 September, 7pm, Windsor Guildhall.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch at the Windsor Festival. https://windsorfestival.com

20 September, 6.30pm, Bramall Hall, Stockport.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch.

25 September, 7.30pm, Hillingdon.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the Culture Bite Festival. 

29 September, 6.30pm, The Drill Hall, Lincoln.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the Lincoln Book Festival. https://www.lincolndrillhall.com/shows/lincoln-book-festival-tracy-borman-the-kings-witch/

1 October, 2pm, Warwick.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, as part of the Warwick Words History Festival.  At 4.15pm, she will take part in an 'A' level history debate with Alison Weir.  http://warwickwords.co.uk

3 October, 12.15pm, V&A Museum, London.  Tracy will give a talk on her book, The Story of the Tower of London, as part of the V&A's History of London course. https://www.vam.ac.uk/whatson/programmes/course

4 October, 4.30pm, Phyllis Court, Henley-on-Thames.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the Henley Literary Festival. https://henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk

5 October, 7.30pm, The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, Havant. Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch. http://thespring.co.uk

6 October, 12 noon, Althorp. Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel at the Althorp Literary Festival.  http://spencerofalthorp.com/the-althorp-literary-festival-2018/

6 October, 7.30pm, Winchester.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the BBC History Weekend.  

13 October (time TBC).  Tracy will give a talk (subject TBC) at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival. http://isleofwightliteraryfestival.com

18 October, 7.30pm, Battle.  Tracy will give a talk on her book, The Private Lives of the Tudors, for the Battle & District Historical Society. http://battlehistorysociety.btck.co.uk

20 October, 2pm, York.  Tracy will be giving a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII  at the BBC History Weekend.  

27 October (time TBC), Wantage.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII at the Wantage Literary Festival.

29 October, 6.30pm, Hampton Court Palace.  Tracy will launch her new biography of Henry VIII to Members of Historic Royal Palaces at this special event in Henry's Great Hall. 

30 October (evening, time TBC), The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII. http://www.cccw.org.uk/welcome-to-christ-church/the-junction/

1 November (evening - time TBC), The Charterhouse, London.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII on the day of publication.

6 November (evening - time TBC), The Great Hall, Alleyn's School, Dulwich.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII at this special event organised by Dulwich Books. https://dulwichbooks.co.uk

9 November, 7.30pm, Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick. Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII as part of the Warwick Words winter festival.

14 November, 7.30pm, University of Bristol.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII for the Bristol Historical Association.

15 November (time TBC), St Mary's Church Hall, Hampton.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII for the Hampton Society.

29 November (evening, time TBC), The National Archives, Kew.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/visit-us/whats-on/events/

2019 EVENTS

24 January, 5.45pm, Gray's Inn, London.  Tracy will give a talk on her biography of Thomas Cromwell for the History Society at Gray's Inn.

25 January, 2.30pm, Trinity Hall, Sutton. Tracy will give a talk on her new book, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, for the Sutton U3A. http://www.suttonu3a.org.uk/index.html

6 February, 2pm, Claygate Village Hall, Surrey. Tracy will give a talk on her biography of Thomas Cromwell for the Elmbridge U3A.

11 February & 4 March (time TBC), The National Archives, Kew.  Tracy will give a talk on Thomas Cromwell as part of an A Level study day on the Tudors. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/

21 February, 7.30pm, Danish Church, Hull.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII for the Hull and East Riding Branch of the Historical Association. https://www.history.org.uk/student/resource/1373/hull-east-riding-branch-programme

8 March (evening - time TBC), Parish Hall, Westbourne, Sussex.  Tracy will give a talk as part of the Westbourne History series.

13 May, 6.30pm, Goldsmiths' Hall, London.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII for the Goldsmiths' Company History Group. https://www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk/

20-22 May, Scotland (various locations).  Tracy will be a guest speaker on Alison Weir's Caledonia tour, giving talks on James I and the witch hunts, and Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots.  Please note that the tour has sold out. http://www.alisonweirtours.com

29 June (lunchtime - TBC), Doncaster.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography of Henry VIII for the Friends of Doncaster Museums.

12 September (afternoon - TBC), Berkeley Castle.  Tracy will give a talk on her first book, Henrietta Howard: King's Mistress, Queen's Servant, at this special event for the Friends of Berkeley Castle, where Henrietta is buried. http://www.berkeley-castle.com/friends.html

28 November, 7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Bath.  Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him for the Bath branch of the Historical Association. https://www.history.org.uk/student/resource/1202/bath-branch-programme