mon12jun6:30 pmYG Lecture: How to write a 'Georgian’ book with Alice LoxtonIn-person talk by Alice Loxton6:30 pm The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Square, FitzroviaBook Now

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Young Georgian Members & Members £10/ Non-Members £15

Join Alice as she delves into the delights of UPROAR!: Satire, Scandal and Printmakers in Georgian London – a brilliant new history of Georgian Britain through the eyes of the artists who immortalised it. Set against a backdrop of royal madness, political intrigue, the birth of modern celebrity, French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, UPROAR! follows the satirists as they lampoon those in power, from George III and Napoleon, to the Prince Regent and Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. In this talk, Alice will discuss the challenges of writing a history book, and provide an insight into the world of history publishing and programming today.

Alice Loxton is a 27-year-old historian, writer and presenter. She is passionate about bringing history to mainstream audiences and has worked with History Hit, NBC, Channel 4, Call of Duty, LadBible, Minecraft, Xbox, BBC Bitesize, The National Trust and many other charities and organisations. She shares her love of history via her social media channels, where she has over a million followers (@history_alice).

The talks starts at 6.30pm, doors open from 6.15pm.

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(Monday) 6:30 pm


The Georgian Group

6 Fitzroy Square, Fitzrovia

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