Waterstones Bookshop, Kings Road, Tuesday 31st May 2022 at 5.50 for 6pm
Andrew Roberts will be interviewed by Michael Stephen, Vice-chairman of the Chelsea Society, on his new book about King George III
George III is notorious for losing America and going mad. Acclaimed historian Andrew Roberts provides a fresh account of both occurrences. His book portrays a different analysis to the generally held view that George III was one of England’s most disastrous kings. Roberts argues that, far from being a tyrant or incompetent, George III was one of the most admirable monarchs.
|Waterstones bookshop will remain open but there will be a private area downstairs reserved for Chelsea Society Members and guests. NB There is a flight of stairs and no lift, so please have a look before you book if you have any difficulty with stairs.
Tickets £ 28 per person to include a hardback copy of the book (normally priced at £35) and Wine & Canapés.
Members may bring guests. Non-members who are not guests should visit “Join Us” on our website and join before attending. Tickets are available from the Box Office of the Cadogan Hall, 3 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ in person, or by post with cheque payable to Cadogan Hall, or by phone 0207-730-4500 (booking not available online). A charge is made by Cadogan Hall for card payments