Such was the emotion Anne Boleyn inspired in Henry VIII. But before long that scalding love had turned to a brutalising hatred of his second wife, culminating in her bloody beheading
The history of the magnificent Thames-side palace, with its outrageous shenanigans spanning five centuries, is vividly brought to life by Gareth Russell
Apart from glorying in a memorable name, Lettice Knollys has chiefly been known for her connections — with her second…
Nigel Jones reviews the first five titles to appear in a new series on British monarchs
Three things you might not expect of the RSC’s adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Tudor novels. First, Mike Poulton’s plays have…
Why was the queen executed with a sword, rather than an axe?