Presented by Lesley Smith (Curator of Tutbury Castle and Elizabethan Historian)
Mary Queen of Scots was held prisoner at Tutbury Castle on four occasions and it was her first English prison. She left Tutbury for the last time in 1585 when she was moved to Chartley. From there she was sent to Fotheringhay Castle in Northamptonshire where she was executed in 1586.
Here is a chance to meet Mary Queen of Scots in full authentic costume during her imprisonment at Tutbury where she spent a lot of time reading, writing letters and doing embroidery.
Learn about Mary's three marriages and about life in general in Tudor times in this fascinating and emotive presentation and Q&A.
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