The Peasant’s Revolt

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 24th Nov 2016

Sophie Ambler interviews acclaimed historian Juliet Barker about the Peasant's Revolt - its causes, climax and legacy.

How pivotal was Richard II’s role in the events? What was life like in medieval England, for both its rulers and the ruled? How much do the grievances of the people in 1381 resonant today? Join us for a fascinating discussion.

Cost: £5


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Kensington Central Library,

Phillimore Walk, London, W8 7RX

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