This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 29th Nov 2018
King Henry VIII is well known for his tumultuous relationships with women, and he is often defined by his many marriages. But what do we see if we take a different look? When we see Henry through the men in his life, a new perspective on this famous king emerges.
Henry's relationships with the men who surrounded him reveal much about his beliefs, behaviour and character. They show him to be capable of fierce, but seldom abiding loyalty; of raising men only to destroy them later. His cruelty and ruthlessness would become ever more apparent as his reign progressed, but the tenderness that he displayed towards those he trusted proves that he was never the one-dimensional monster that he is often portrayed as.
In this fascinating and often surprising new biography, Tracy Borman reveals Henry's personality in all its multi-faceted, contradictory glory.
Doors will open at 19:00, talk commences at 19:30.
This author talk has been organised as part of Richmond Literature Festival.
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Reserve tickets at this website2018-11-29 2018-11-29 Europe/London Henry VIII and the men who made him King Henry VIII is well known for his tumultuous relationships with women, but what do we see if we take a different look? When we see Henry through the men in his life. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/11/29/henry-viii-and-the-men-who-made-him-183258 The National Archives,Bessant Dr,,London
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