Huguenot History - Tessa Murdoch in Conversation with Dan Cruickshank and Julian Woodford
Wednesday 10th October 17:30 - 18:30 at London - Leadenhall Market
As part of the 2018 Huguenot Festival, we are delighted to host Dr Tessa Murdoch, Deputy Keeper of the Victoria & Albert Museum, in conversation with Dan Cruikshank and Julian Woodford for what promises to be a stimulating discussion about Huguenots, Spitalfields, weavers, wives and widows.
Dan Cruickshank is a television presenter and author of books on historical architecture. His most recent book, Spitalfields, was published in 2016 to great acclaim.
Julian Woodford graduated from the University of York, and has since combined a City career with a passion for London's history. 'The Boss of Bethnal Green' is his first book.
Tessa Murdoch is Deputy Keeper at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass.
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