‘Mary Queen of Scots’ beheading and medical history’ by Lesley Smith, sixteenth-century medical historian.
Saturday 2nd March 2019
Arrive from 1.30pm for start time of 2pm
Hot drinks and biscuits included
£10.50 per person.
Mary Stuart was a remarkable woman not only because she was queen of France and Scotland, but also because of her extraordinary presence. This talk by medical historian Lesley Smith explores the physical and psychological state of Mary Stuart from childhood through captivity to her tragic end. You will find courage, dignity and strength, as well as some surprises.
If any of the Spring Lectures are affected by snow, we will arrange an alternative date.
This event is suitable for 16+ only.
- ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ beheading and medical history’ by Lesley Smith, sixteenth-century medical historian.
March 2, 2019