Thu, 23 Jul | The Hall at the Royal Porcelain Works

Professor Ronald Hutton: Oliver Cromwell. Saint or Serpent?

Another one bites the dust!! The Events Manager at the Royal Porceoain Works has advised us that their Hall will not be available until mid September so we have had to postpone this talk until a date to be fixed next year.
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Professor Ronald Hutton: Oliver Cromwell. Saint or Serpent?

Time & Location

23 Jul 2020, 19:00
The Hall at the Royal Porcelain Works, Royal Porcelain Works, Severn St, Worcester WR1 2NE

About the Event

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TALK TAKES PLACE AT THE HENRY SANDON HALL.

Oliver Cromwell, the only commoner ever to become supreme head of a British state, has always produced deep divisions of opinion, between those who view him as one of the greatest of Britons, to those who see him as a usurper, tyrant and fanatic. This lecture is designed to show why Cromwell is such a complex figure and to provide its own assessment of his character.

Professor Hutton is a leading authority on history of the British Isles in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, on ancient and medieval paganism and magic, and on the global context of witchcraft beliefs. Also the leading historian of the ritual year in Britain and of modern paganism. He is a member of the 'Medieval and Early Modern Cluster' at Bristol. He is also a Patron of the Battle of Worcester Society. 

Members of the Battle of Worcester Society, Cromwell Association or the Battlefield's Trust are able to purchase the discounted £5 tickets (normally £7). 

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  • Adult Ticket (Non Member)
    £7
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  • Adult Ticket (Member's Ticket)
    £5
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  • Student Ticket
    £3
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