Dr Nicola Tallis Events

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Details of 2024 events

Below is my current 2024 programme of forthcoming events. I’ve worked on a number of events in the past – from talks, to presentations, tours, and conferences. Amongst others, I’ve been fortunate enough to speak at the Tower of London, Bradgate Park, Hampton Court Palace, the National Archives, the British Library, the National Portrait Gallery, and for BBC History Festival.

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19th February – Online event with the Tudor Trio. 9am on 19th February with a live session to follow at 9.30pm on 22nd February. The Retrial of Anne Boleyn. For tickets visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-retrial-of-anne-boleyn-tickets-768235933357?aff=erelpanelorg

25th February – Online talk for the Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge. 5pm. All the Queen’s Jewels, 1445-1548. For tickets visit https://www.fosml.org.uk/zoom/

29th February – Southwark Cathedral. 6.30pm. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. For tickets visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/young-elizabeth-a-talk-by-dr-nicola-tallis-tickets-663521579907?aff=ebdssbdestsearch&keep_tld=1

1st March – Theatre Royal, Bath. 12 noon. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. For tickets visit https://www.theatreroyal.org.uk/events/young-elizabeth/

3rd March – Hever Castle. 2pm. Cream Tea with the Six Wives. This event is a fundraiser, and a joint event with Amy Licence, Kate McCaffrey, Elizabeth Norton, Sarah Gristwood and Owen Emmerson. Nicola will be discussing Katherine Parr. Tickets include a cream tea. For tickets visit https://heverfestival.co.uk/index.php/cream-tea-with-the-six-wives/

5th March – Chorleywood Bookshop. 7pm. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. For tickets visit https://chilternbookshops.co.uk/event/an-evening-with-nicola-tallis/

24th March – Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre. 2.30pm. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. For tickets visit https://www.bosworthbattlefield.org.uk/events/dr-nicola-tallis-talk-young-elizabeth-princess-prisoner-queen/

2nd April – Surbiton Local History Society. 7pm. All the Queen’s Jewels, 1445-1548. Booking details to come.

12th April – Gloucester History Festival. 8pm. Elizabeth I and Mary I. For booking visit https://www.gloucesterhistoryfestival.co.uk/events/elizabeth-i-mary-i-princess-prisoner-queen/

29th April-8th May – Alison Weir Tours. Flowers of Scotland. SOLD OUT.

18th May – Richard III Society, Leicester branch. All the Queen’s Jewels, 1445-1548. Booking details to come.

31st May – Dilton Marsh History Society. 7.30pm. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. Booking details to come.

7-9th June – Richard III tour for Travel Editions. For booking visit https://www.traveleditions.co.uk/tour/richardIII-tour-the-last-english-king-to-die-in-battle#availability

10-12th June – Wars of the Roses in Yorkshire tour for Travel Editions. For booking visit https://www.traveleditions.co.uk/tour/the-wars-of-the-roses-in-yorkshire-tour

20th June – The Great Barn, Ruislip. 7pm. Rival Sisters: Mary I and Elizabeth I. Joint event with Dr Alison Weir. Booking details to come.

8th July – Buxton Festival. 3pm. Elizabeth I themed Q & A with Dr Tracy Borman. Booking details to come.

24th July – Harvington Hall History Festival. 1.30pm. What Happened to the Princes in the Tower? Joint event with Matt Lewis and Nathen Amin. For booking visit https://harvingtonhall.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/54870?catID=53517

24-26th July – Great Castles of North Wales tour for Travel Editions. For booking visit https://www.traveleditions.co.uk/tour/great-castles-of-north-wales-tour

27th July – Harvington Hall History Festival. 11am. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. For tickets visit https://harvingtonhall.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/54927?catID=53517

21-23 August – The Story of Cambridge’s Colleges tour for Travel Editions. For booking visit https://www.traveleditions.co.uk/tour/the-story-of-cambridges-colleges

18th September – Winchester Catholic History Society. Time TBC. Young Elizabeth: Princess. Prisoner. Queen. Booking details to come.

20-22 September – Richard III tour for Travel Editions. For booking visit https://www.traveleditions.co.uk/tour/richardIII-tour-the-last-english-king-to-die-in-battle

26th September – The Rise of the Tudors, British History Tours. Nicola will be speaking about Margaret Beaufort. For booking visit https://britishhistorytours.com/history-tours/the-rise-of-the-tudors-september-2024

28th September – Southwark Cathedral. 10-4pm. The Wars of the Roses. Joint event with Dr Alison Weir, Dr Michael Jones and Nathen Amin. For booking visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-wars-of-the-roses-a-day-of-talks-tickets-820139799217

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