Christmas Quacks: the making of BBC2’s ‘Quacks’

Christmas Quacks: the making of BBC2’s ‘Quacks’

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 15th Dec 2017

Meet the team behind BBC TV's hit series 'Quacks' over mince pies and mulled wine to discover how they brought the gruesome realities of Victorian medicine to the screen.

From dead moles to modesty dolls, ether and mesmerism, Quacks is a romp through nineteenth century London’s medical world. Created and written by James Woods (also writer and creator of Rev), produced by Imogen Cooper(maker of Horrible Histories) and with history consulting by Richard Barnett (author of the The Sick Rose and many more).

The series follows a physician, a surgeon, a dentist and an 'alienist' as they navigate a time of incredible change in medicine.
Come face to face with the show's creators, ask the panel your questions about making history into television and hear how the Royal College of Physician’s own archives.

Entrance includes mince pies and mulled wine.

Cost: £9.57


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

Reserve tickets at this website or send an email to history@rcplondon.ac.uk or telephone 02030751543.

Europe/London Christmas Quacks: the making of BBC2’s ‘Quacks’ Meet the team behind BBC TV's hit series 'Quacks' over mince pies and mulled wine to discover how they brought the gruesome realities of Dickensian medicine to the screen. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/12/15/christmas-quacks-the-making-of-bbc2s-quacks-159020 Royal College of Physicians Museum,11 St Andrews Place, London, London,England

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11 St Andrews Place, London,
London,
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