The Society for Court Studies will be hosting a lecture by Professor Jane Ridley of the University of Buckingham on Wednesday 17 April. Her talk is entitled: ‘Alexandra, consort of Edward VII: The Forgotten Queen?’ Jane Ridley is a distinguished scholar and an acclaimed biographer, whose most recent book, Bertie: A Life of Edward VII, was published by Chatto & Windus in 2012. Her previous works include The Young Disraeli and The Architect And His Wife: A Life Of Edwin Lutyens.
The lecture will be held at the Paul Mellon Centre, 16 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3JA at 6pm. Tickets are £12 for members (£16 for non-members) and can be booked at: http://scsspringlecture.eventbrite.com/#
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