Talk – A Review of King Richard III: Murderer or Loyal Brother?
May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| £10
Was Richard III the monster that Shakespeare would have us believe?
Was he the rightful King of England after his brother Edward IV? Not only that… was EDWARD the rightful king? All set against the complexities and horrors of the Wars of the Roses, complete with armour and weapons of the period!
A ‘dark family secret’ is revealed to complicate the matter even further – one that possibly puts the Plantagenet dynasty into question – or not!!
A synopsis of the conflict examines the major battles, detailing the savagery and revenge, which was a hall mark of this troubled time.
Yet, from all this, emerges a king, who had he reigned longer, would have been one of this country’s greatest monarchs.
And- of course – did Richard murder the Princes in the Tower? Did he really usurp the throne from the boy king Edward V?
It’s time to find out!
Join Max Keen at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery as he unpicks the secrets of Richard III
at: Broadway Museum & Art Gallery
on: Thursday 12th May 2022 at 7 pm
Doors open, drinks and nibbles served from 6.15 pm
To book a place:
Call: 01386 859047
Spaces are limited. The talk will also be available as a Webinar.
Tickets and payment for the webinar are via Art Tickets https://broadway-museum-art-gallery.arttickets.org.uk
Webinar tickets £5
Talk kindly sponsored by NFU Mutual (Moreton-in-Marsh)