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The Rest Is History: The Tudors

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An exciting summer line-up of incredible open air live entertainment in the spectacular and iconic Tudor courtyard!

This year, the festival will also present a live podcast for the very first time, with The Rest Is History podcast taking to the stage to fittingly host a show on Henry VIII and the Tudor period. Hosted by esteemed historians Dominic Sandbrook and Tom Holland, The Rest Is History podcast is the highest-ranked UK history podcast on both Spotify and Apple.  In a festival first, Dominic and Tom will be The Rest Is History Live Presents The Tudors, a special live edition of the popular show within the historic palace on Sunday 16 June, bringing history to life in the stunning 500-year-old courtyard.

 

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The Rest Is History: The Tudors

Type:Music Festival

Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, London, KT8 9AU

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Season (16 June 2024)

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