Cliffe Castle Support Group Talk: Richard III – The Northern King

Cliffe Castle Museum

Sat 29 Feb 2020

Please note, this is now fully booked



Join us on the 29th February at 1.30pm for a free talk arranged by the Cliffe Castle Support Group.

Did Shakespeare get it wrong?

Was Richard III an out and out rogue or a ‘Good King’ wrongly accused?

Graham Mitchell is passionate in his belief that Richard III has suffered over 500 years of gross misrepresentation.

In an illustrated talk Graham will demonstrate that the man who is alleged to have stolen the Crown of England and murdered his own nephews actually governed the North of England justly, humanely and successfully for over a decade. Also that he was the most Northern, the most Yorkshire, of all English Monarchs. 

Places are limited so booking is essential -  you can book your seat by calling in person at Cliffe Castle Museum; by telephoning 01535 618231 or sending an email to [email protected]

 

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