Heritage Workshops & Lectures; Spring 2013
Did the Reformation End?
MON 4 MARCH, 7PM
Part of a series of 6 illustrated lectures ‘The Great Matter’ and Beyond: The English Reformation
The English Reformation ended with the reign of Elizabeth I and the creation of the Church of England. Or did it? In the conclusion to this series, Don Chiswell explores the longer-term impact on politics in Stuart England and beyond. Could it be argued that some of the biggest national watersheds of this period (the Gunpowder Plot, the English Civil War, and the Glorious Revolution) signify religious dissatisfaction born out of the English Reformation?
All workshops and lectures can be booked through Peterborough Museum on 01733 864663 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Booking is essential for all workshops and strongly recommended for lectures.
Long-term effects of religious dissatisfaction
Did the Reformation End? Performances
|Mon 4 Mar||7:00pm||Series of 6 lectures: £30 Adults, £20 Concessions (individual lectures: £6 Adults, £4 Concession||For Sale|
- Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1LF