Interested in historical writing? Don't miss out on this brilliant event with an exclusive saving for Writers & Artists members...
On Wednesday 15th November, The Bloomsbury Institute will be hosting popular historian Deborah Cadbury and the fascinating, untold story of Queen Victoria's vain attempt to thwart true love, forge political unions, and bind the royal families of Europe together.
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Deborah Cadbury and Queen Victoria's (ruthless) Matchmaking…
Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, London
Wednesday, November 15th
From 6:30pm to 8pm with drinks served from 6pm
In an exclusive presentation, Emmy award-winning writer and former BBC producer, Deborah Cadbury shares the inspiration and research that led her to writing Queen Victoria's Matchmaking: The Royal Marriages that Shaped Europe. The fascinating, untold story of Queen Victoria’s vain attempt to bind the royal families of Europe together against anarchy, socialism, and, above all, Russia. Bloomsbury are delighted to present this entertaining and enriching evening with one of the country's beloved historians.
“[An] absorbing book ... The fall of the Romanovs occupies the superb last pages of Cadbury's book ... Dynastic mergers, we may deduce from Deborah Cadbury's account, offer no defence against the whims of history. This catastrophe-laced slice of royal history offers a ripping read” – Miranda Seymour, Observer