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February 2023

Athenaeum Club Library Lunchtime Talk: The 'Madness' of George III Revisited

08/02/2023 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

A talk by Professor Arthur Burns. Club members only


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September 2022

Beckenham and Bromley Branch of the Historical Association: 'The "Madness" of George III Revisited

15/09/2022 @ 7:45 pm

A talk by Professor Arthur Burns. The talk will be delivered on zoom. Members of the Central London branch of the HA will be able to attend on zoom. Entry to meetings is free for HA members and £2 for visitors.  

Norfolk Club: The Madness of George III Revisited. A talk by Arthur Burns

08/09/2022 @ 11:30 am

A talk to the History Group at the Norfolk Club. Members only

Identity, Imagination and George IV in Edinburgh, 1822

01/09/2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Identity, Imagination and George IV in Edinburgh, 1822 public lecture, 1 september 2022 Sir David Wilkie (1785-1841), The Honours of Scotland Being Shown to George IV, 1822, watercolour and pencil on paper, National Galleries of Scotland. George IV’s visit to Edinburgh in August 1822 has received a remarkably consistent interpretation by historians. It […]

August 2022

Then I play'd upon a Harpsichord: a Musical Evening with Queen Charlotte

20/08/2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

An immersive experience Join Ensemble Hesperi for a musical evening celebrating Queen Charlotte of England, wife of George III, and her deep love of music. Arrive at our unique Georgian venue, Six, Fitzroy Square, and settle in for an informal evening of the sort Queen Charlotte loved to organise for her family and friends. While […]

June 2022

Lucy Worsley Investigates: The Madness of George III

17/06/2022 - 18/06/2022 @ 11:05 pm - 12:05 am

Repeat showing of the BBC documentary, eaturing GPP Academic Director Arthur Burns and Sir Simon Wessely, and drawing on much research conducted by the project. Arthur Burns was historical advisor. Also available on BBC player to stream from 1 June. To be shown on BBC 2.


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