On Tuesday 26th April, London's Banqueting House is offering 'An Audience With King James...'
'The year is 1625... James I, son of Mary, Queen of Scots, is granting an audience in his recently completed Banqueting House...
'A firm believer in the divine right to rule, and consequently often in dispute with Parliament, James is a man of firm opinions...
'A pretentious academic but an able theologian, James ordered a new translation of the Bible - which came to be known as The King James Version.'
Whatever your thoughts of the King, this event is billed as your chance to ask everything you ever wanted to know. Audience members will be asked to pen their questions, which will be put to King James by HRP's resident experts.
Following a drinks reception, the event's Past Pleasures Costumed Interpreter will explain how he created his James persona. Full event 6:30pm - 8pm. Ticket only.
All Tyndale Society Members and friends are warmly invited to attend.
Cost: £12 / £10 HRP Members. To book online visit: HRP Online Booking or to book by phone telephone Historic Royal Palaces on 0844 482 7799 (£2 transaction charge for all telephone bookings).