Heritage Workshops & Lectures; Spring 2013
The Marian Reaction
MON 18 FEB, 7PM
Part of a series of 6 illustrated lectures ‘The Great Matter’ and Beyond: The English Reformation
Daughter of Katherine of Aragon, Henry VIII’s first wife, Mary Tudor was a devout Catholic. Her accession to the English throne began a long campaign attempting to return the country to Rome. She forged links in Europe, notably her marriage to Phillip of Spain, and abolished Edward’s laws in England. Famously called Bloody Mary her reign is perhaps best remembered for the burning of nearly 300 Protestant dissenters.
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.
Bloody Mary burnt nearly 300 Protestant dissenters
The Marian Reaction Performances
|Mon 18 Feb||7:00pm||Series of 6 lectures: £30 Adults, £20 Concessions (individual lectures: £6 Adults, £4 Concession||For Sale|
- Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1LF