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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

26 January, 7.30pm, John Clare Theatre, Peterborough Central Library. Tracy will give a talk on her new book, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, at the Katherine of Aragon Festival. http://www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/events.aspx

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, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him for the Hull and East Riding Branch of the Historical Association. https://www.history.org.uk/student/resource/1373/hull-east-riding-branch-programme

5 March (evening - time TBC), Gunnersbury Museum. Tracy will give a talk on her first book, Henrietta Howard: King’s Mistress, Queen’s Servant. http://www.visitgunnersbury.org

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

16 March, 3pm, Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow. Tracy will give a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, at the Aye Write! Glasgow Literary Festival. https://www.ayewrite.com/pages/event-details.aspx?event=1/tracy-borman&utm_source=Tracy%20Borman%20personal&utm_campaign=Aye%20Write%202019

19 March, 7.30pm, Hodder & Stoughton, Carmelite House, Blackfriars, London. Tracy will take part in a panel debate about historical fiction at this H is for History event. Further details to be released. https://hforhistory.co.uk/books/

23 March, 10am, York. Tracy will be giving a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, at this teachers’ event for the Historical Association. https://www.history.org.uk/secondary/categories/628/news/3674/historian-tracy-borman-at-ha-tudors-free-cpd-event

26 March (evening - time TBC), The Dog at Wingham, Kent. Tracy will give a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, at this special event - with themed menu included! http://thedog.co.uk/book/

30 March (time TBC), Sage, Gateshead. Tracy will take part in Radio 3’s Free Thinking Festival. Further details to be announced. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p036y2hb

27 April, 3.30pm, Hexham. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Hexham Book Festival. http://hexhambookfestival.co.uk

4 May, 2pm, Stratford Playhouse.  Tracy will give a talk on her debut novel, The King's Witch, at the Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival. http://www.stratfordliteraryfestival.co.uk

5 May, 2pm, Chiddingstone Castle. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Chiddingstone Literary Festival. https://www.sevenwonders.org.uk/chiddingstone-castle-literary-festival-bank-holiday-weekend-4-7th-may-2019/ Twitter: @chiddlitfest

7 May, 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

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

15 May, 5pm, Woburn Abbey. Tracy will give a talk on Elizabeth’s Women: The Hidden Story of the Virgin Queen, for the guides volunteers at Woburn Abbey. (NB this is not a public event) http://www.woburnabbey.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

30 May, 7.30pm, Bishop Grosseteste University Lincoln.  Tracy will give a talk on her book, The Story of the Tower of London, at this fundraising event for the university. Book tickets here: https://ecommerce.bishopg.ac.uk/product-catalogue/events-and-alumni-department

31 May, 12 noon, QUAD, Derby. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Derby Book Festival. http://www.derbybookfestival.co.uk

6 June, 7pm, Westminster Abbey. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at this event for Members of the abbey. westminster-abbey.org/association

8 June, 10am, York, Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him as part of the Festival of Ideas. http://yorkfestivalofideas.com/2018/

13 June, 8pm, Christ Church New Malden. To celebrate the publication of The Devil’s Slave, the sequel to her debut novel The King’s Witch, Tracy will give a talk on both books entitled: Gunpowder, Treason and Plot, at this special event to raise funds for Christ Church School. https://ccnm.org

17 June, 6.30pm, Tower of London. Tracy will launch her new novel, The Devil’s Slave, to Members of Historic Royal Palaces at this special event, staged in the place where much of the narrative takes place. https://www.hrp.org.uk/membership/

18 June, 8pm. Tracy will give a talk on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave for the Working Women’s Network.

26 June, 1.40pm and 5pm, Chalke Valley History Festival. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the school’s and main festival. https://cvhf.org.uk

27 June, 6.30pm, Bramall Hall, Stockport. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him. https://www.stockport.gov.uk/topic/bramall-hall

28 June, 9.30-1pm, Chalke Valley History Festival. Tracy will chair a morning of talks on the theme of Fashioning the Tudors, with talks from Nicola Tallis, Eleri Lynn and Charles Farris, together with a costume demonstration from Past Pleasures. https://cvhf.org.uk

29 June, 11am, CAST, Doncaster.  Tracy will give a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him for the Friends of Doncaster Museums.

12 July, 2pm, Wade Street Church, Lichfield. Tracy will give a talk entitled ‘Gunpowder, Treason and Plot’, based on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave, at the Lichfield Festival. https://www.lichfieldfestival.org

22 August, 12 noon, Melton Mowbray Library. Tracy will give a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, to mark the launch of the paperback.

3 September, 7.30pm, Brigg Heritage Centre. Tracy will give a talk on her new biography, Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him as part of the Buttercross anniversary celebrations. https://www.briggheritage.org

12 September, 6pm, 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

17 September, 4.30pm, Gloucester History Festival. Tracy will be in conversation with Alison Weir about the varying fortunes of Henry VIII’s wives and men. https://gloucesterhistoryfestival.co.uk

21 September, 10am, Pebbles, 16 Fore Street, Budleigh. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival. https://www.budlitfest.org.uk

25 September, 12.30pm, 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/info/learn

1 October, 2pm, Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick. Tracy will give a talk on her latest novel, The Devil’s Slave, as part of the Warwick Words festival. http://warwickwords.co.uk

3 October, 12 noon, Henley-upon-Thames. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Henley Literary Festival. https://henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk

5 October, 3.3opm, Ilkley. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Ilkley Literary Festival. http://www.ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.uk/whats-on/festival

12 October, 12.40pm, Isle of Wight. Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival. https://isleofwightliteraryfestival.com

13-18 October. Tracy will be on a lecture tour of the USA with Historic Royal Palaces, including venues in Chicago and New York.

20 October, 12 noon, Harrogate. Tracy will give a talk entitled ‘Gunpowder, Treason and Plot’, based on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave, at the Harrogate Literature Festival. https://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com

25 October, 7pm, Chester. Tracy will give a talk entitled ‘Gunpowder, Treason and Plot’, based on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave, at the BBC History Weekend. https://www.historyextra.com/events/

26 October, 2.30pm, Wantage. Tracy will give a talk on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave as part of the Wantage Literary Festival. http://www.wantageliteraryfestival.co.uk

2 November, 4.40pm, Winchester. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the BBC History Weekend. https://www.historyextra.com/events/

6 November (evening - time and venue TBC), Kew.  Tracy will give a talk on The Private Life of Elizabeth I for the Kew Society. http://kewsociety.org

14 November, 7.30pm, The National Archives, Kew. Tracy will give a talk on her new novel, The Devil’s Slave. http://nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/visit-us/whats-on/events/

16 November (time TBC), Village Hall, Lavenham, Suffolk.  Tracy will Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him at the Lavenham Literary Festival.   http://www.lavenhamliteraryfestival.co.uk

19 November, 1pm, Department for Transport, London. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him.

21 November, 7.30pm, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Queen Square, 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

2 December, 8pm, St Mary’s Church Hall, Twickenham. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him for the Borough of Twickenham Local History Society. http://botlhs.co.uk

14 December (evening - time TBC), Scothern Village Hall, Lincolnshire. Tracy will give a talk entitled ‘Gunpowder, Treason and Plot’, based on her novels, The King’s Witch and The Devil’s Slave, at this special fundraising event for her home village.

2020 EVENTS

11 February (evening - time TBC), The Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula, The Tower of London. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him as part of the 500th anniversary celebrations of the Chapel. https://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/whats-on/chapel-royal-of-st-peter-ad-vincula/#gs.kd4h6g

18 February, 7.30pm, Royal Hotel, Hull. Tracy will give a talk on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him for the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society. https://www.hull-litandphil.org.uk/

20 February, lunchtime. The Lincoln Hotel, Lincoln. Tracy will give a talk for the Contemporary Club (topic TBC).

24 April, 7.30pm, The Theatre, Ryde School. Tracy will give a talk on The Real Wolf Hall: the rise and fall of Thomas Cromwell to the Isle of Wight branch of the Historical Association. https://www.history.org.uk/branches/resource/1134/isle-of-wight-branch-programme

10-13 May & 11-14 October, Wulfhall Tour. Tracy will give talks on Thomas Cromwell and other subjects as part of the Alison Weir Tour http://www.alisonweirtours.com

29 May, 7.30pm, Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln. Tracy will give a talk on the final instalment of her historical fiction trilogy based around the Gunpowder Plot, at this fundraising event for the university. www.bishopg.ac.uk