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RESCHEDULED: A Regency Walk in Bath

Sunday 8th March 2020

  • Venue The Bookshop, The Paragon, Bath, BA1 5LS
  • Doors open 10am
  • Start time 10.30am
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Due to a predicted storm we are having to reschedule this walk for Sunday 8th March. 
“The Regency is perhaps the most extraordinary decade in all of British history”.
The Regency began on 5 February 1811 when the Prince of Wales replaced his violently insane father George III as the sovereign de facto. It ended on 29 January 1820, when George III died and the Prince Regent became King as George IV. Acclaimed scholar Robert Morrison persuasively shows how this  colourful and chaotic decade marked the emergence of the modern world. Cultural, social, technological and political revolutions of this decade continue both to inspire and haunt our world.
Join us for a walk around Bath and discover the richness of the city’s Regency history. We will meet for coffee and cake in the Bookshop at 10am, and set out at 10.30am. After the walk we reconvene at the Bookshop for refreshments, and you can redeem your voucher against a copy of The Regency Revolution: Jane Austen, Napoleon, Lord Byron and the Making of the Modern World.