Events

Forthcoming Events

26 Sept 18 – Wellington Museum, Apsley House, Mayfair – Geraldine will discuss her book The Angel and the Cad, focusing on the Duke of Wellington’s involvement in the story. Q&A and book signing.

22 Nov 18 – Women’s Town’s Guild – A Perfect Regency Woman’ – A talk about women’s rights and redefining the role of women in society.

10 Dec 18 – Woodford National Trust – Geraldine will discuss her book The Angel and the Cad, with a Q&A and book signing.

Previous Events

21 Feb 18 – Coppersale Women’s Group – ‘A Perfect Regency Woman’ – A talk about women’s rights and redefining the role of women in society.

16 November 17 – Wanstead WI – ‘A Perfect Regency Woman’ – A talk about women’s rights and redefining the role of women in society.

13 Sept 17 – Wanstead Fringe Festival – ’50 Shades of Wanstead’ – A slideshow of crude caricatures from the Georgian period.

28 July 17 – Wanstead Golf Club – After Dinner Talk about The Angel and the Cad, with Q&A and book signing

13 May 17  – Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre – ‘Catherine Tylney Long – a Wiltshire heroine’

4 Dec 16 – Epping Forest Visitors Centre – ‘Meet the Author’ – The Angel and the Cad, a talk and book signing. 

17 April 16 – The Temple in Wanstead Park -‘Meet the Author’ – The Angel and the Cad, a talk and book signing. 

15 April 16 – London Live – Geraldine was interviewed on live TV about her book The Angel and the Cad

10 March 16 – Kensal Green Cemetry – ‘Wicked William Wellesley, 4th Earl of Mornington’ – Discover the shocking exploits of one of the cemetery’s most notorious inhabitants.

20 Nov 15 – Hampton Court Palace – Richmond Literature Festival – ‘Writing About Forgotten Women of History’ – Panel discussion with fellow authors Catherine Hewitt and Joanne Limburg.

19 Nov 15 – Wanstead Historical Society – over 100 people attended Geraldine’s talk about ‘Catherine Tylney Long and celebrity culture in the Regency period’

6 Oct 15 – Essex Record Office Lecture Theatre – ‘Catherine: The Heiress of Wanstead House’.

6 Sept 15 – Wanstead Fringe Festival – Geraldine wrote a short play entitled ‘The Trial of William Long-Wellesley’ which was enacted on the Christchurch Green in Wanstead.  Watch it here

8 July 2015 – Hale End Library Family History Group – Geraldine discussed methods of research in writing The Angel and the Cad, including advice on how to get started for budding family historians.

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7 July 15 – Music Room, Royal Pavilion in Brighton – Geraldine shared a platform with Stephen Bates in a discussion entitled ‘Wealth, Poverty and Scandal in Regency England’.

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3 July 15 – Wanstead Library – Book Launch with Q&A and book-signing. Over 120 people attended, with record sales for Newham Books.

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26 June 2015 – Radio London’s Nikki Bedi Show – Geraldine was interviewed live on air about her new book, The Angel and the Cad

24 June 2015 – Book launch for The Angel and the Cad was held at Daunt Bookshop in Marylebone. It was a memorable evening, thanks so much to all who came along. Ace photographer Geoff Wilkinson has produced this blog report with some great pictures.

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21 April 15 – Harrow College Creative Writing Workshop – Geraldine discussed writing techniques with a group of undergraduates.

 

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  1. Hi Geraldine, I am the Lady captain at Wanstead Golf Club and our club house is actually in the Stables of the old Wanstead House. I understand things are pretty hectic for you at the moment, but I was wondering if you could come to our Golf Club and give a talk on your findings and hopefully sell a few books. I produce a newsletter for the Ladies section, in which I have been serealising (sic) a potted history of Catherine and the scoundrel William over the last few months and would very much like to publicise your new book….The Angel and the cad. I have tried to tweet you, but I am not very tweet savvy. Please could you email me on: marymac40@btopenworld.com as I would be fascinated to hear you talk and hopefully come along to our club as there are many members who are fascinated by Wanstead House and its history.. it would be so great if this could happen. With kind regards, Mary Mcportland (Wanstead Golf Club.

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