VIRTUAL talk by Tudor Historian and Broadcaster Sarah Gristwood

Online Event, Nottingham

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Sarah Gristwood is a  best-selling historical biographer, novelist, broadcaster, former film journalist and commentator on royal affairs. Her talk will focus on the research behind Arbella: England’s Lost Queen -  featuring  Bess of Hardwick’s Granddaughter in a story with local links  and dynastic significance. There will be an opportunity to hear about Sarah’s more recent projects too.

Sarah is the headline speaker for Inspire's  History and Imagination programme  - 15 to 19 March 2021 - a week-long celebration highlighting the reasons why we love to read about the past.  

A discounted season ticket giving access to all the events is also available.

Points to note about the booking.

  • Participants are required to book in advance.  A waiting room is enabled to ensure only those who have booked places are admitted.
  • The talk will take place via Zoom. The link to join will be sent out one day in advance of the event by email to the address given on your booking. This will be generated via Eventbrite and, depending on your email settings, may sometimes be found in a junk mail folder.
  • Microphones will be muted and it may be necessary to turn cameras off to prevent problems with video and audio quality.


Online Platform

Zoom (www.zoom.us) is the online platform we will be using to run this session.

  • You do not need to have a Zoom account -  a meeting link will be emailed to the email address you provide when booking.

The recommended equipment needed for online sessions is

  • A PC/Laptop, iPad/tablet or ‘phone that can run Zoom (an app may need to be downloaded if using an iPad/tablet or ‘phone) with a webcam and microphone
  • Good power supply
  • Minimum 2 mbps broadband speed
Photograph of author Sarah Gristwood with text giving details of the event.

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