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Oxford during the Civil War by Diane Purkiss

During the tumultuous 1640s, Oxford was the capital of England – if you were a Royalist, that is. The whole royal court squeezed into the colleges, and the town was so overwhelmed that the drains blocked up, and disease spread. But Henrietta Maria and her ladies knew how to party, even with the Parliamentarian army drawing in…

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Event Details

Court Room, Town Hall
Event Date:
Thursday 6th December, 2018
18:00 PM - 19:00 PM