Join us for an evening with popular historian and bestselling novelist Alison Weir as she talks about her new tudor novel Henry VIII: The Heart and the Crown.
Alison Weir is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling Six Tudor Queens series. Now she returns with an enthralling retelling of the life of one of Britain’s most infamous monarchs – Henry VIII, the king who changed England forever.
A second son, not born to rule, becomes a man, and a king…
In grand royal palaces, Prince Harry grows up dreaming of knights and chivalry – and the golden age of kings that awaits his older brother. But Arthur’s untimely death sees Harry crowned King Henry of England. As his power and influence extends, so commences a lifelong battle between head and heart, love and duty. Henry rules by divine right, yet his prayers for a son go unanswered. The future of his great dynasty depends on an heir. And the crown weighs heavy on a king with all but his one true desire.
Six wives. One King. You know their stories. Now it’s time to hear his.
Alison Weir is the biggest-selling female historian in the United Kingdom. She has published more than thirty books, including many leading works of non-fiction, and has sold over three million copies worldwide. Henry VIII: The Heart and the Crown is her most ambitious tudor novel yet. We’re delighted to welcome her to Oswestry.
Tickets: £10 without book (Admits One, ticket redeemable against a signed copy of Henry VIII: The Heart & the Crown) or £25 with book (Admits One, includes a signed copy of Henry VIII: The Heart & The Crown)