Portrait of a Lady? Ruin and Reputation in the Georgian Era
A lady’s reputation was a fragile thing in the 18th century. However, contrary to popular belief, a woman could scale the heights or acquire personal freedom if she was prepared to shed hers. A talk by author and historian Hallie Rubenhold, the curator of No. 1 Royal Crescent’s exhibition, Portrait of a Lady? explores the precarious lives of Georgian women who dared.
Tickets: £8 (to be booked through Bath Box Office) – tickets are selling out fast!