Heritage Workshops & Lectures; Spring 2013
Edward VI and the Protestant Revolution
MON 11 FEB, 7PM
Part of a series of 6 illustrated lectures ‘The Great Matter’ and Beyond: The English Reformation
On the death of his father, Edward VI came to the throne at the tender age of nine. England’s first monarch to be raised a Protestant, he took great interest in religious matters, and it was during his reign that Protestantism was
established in England for the first time. Catholic practices were further quashed with the dissolution of the chantries, while the Acts of Uniformity and the English Book of Common Prayer embedded Protestant values in the Anglican Church.
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.
Protestantism was established and Catholic practices quashed
Edward VI and the Protestant Revolution Performances
|Mon 11 Feb||7:00pm||Series of 6 lectures: £30 Adults, £20 Concessions (individual lectures: £6 Adults, £4 Concession||For Sale|
- Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1LF