The Royal Kitchens at Kew

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 Starts at 7:00 pm
 £5

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In 1818, when Queen Charlotte died at Kew Palace, the Clerk of the Royal Kitchens locked the doors and never came back. The spaces were used as residences and storage for the next two centuries until Historic Royal Palaces completed a restoration project in 2011. Lee Prosser, Buildings Curator at Historic Royal Palaces will explain how these spaces were brought back to life and what they can tell us about food and drink at Kew Palace.

Lee Prosser is curator – historic buildings at Historic Royal Palaces, responsible for Kew Palace, Kensington Palace State Apartments and Hillsborough Castle in Belfast. He was part of the team which re-presented and conserved Kew Palace in 2006, and latterly was curatorial lead on both the restoration of the royal kitchens in 2011 and the Great Pagoda at Kew in 2018.


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2022-11-02 19:00 2022-11-02 19:00 Europe/London The Royal Kitchens at Kew Lee Prosser, Buildings Curator at Historic Royal Palaces will explain how these spaces were brought back to life and what they can tell us about food and drink at Kew Palace. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2022/11/02/the-royal-kitchens-at-kew-302170 ,,,

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