Black Life in Georgian Britain

Tuesday 2 April

The Georgian period was one which saw an increase of African people living in Britain. Learn about who they were and how they found themselves on the British Isles. How were they perceived and what would their experiences have been at a time when African enslavement was rife in the New World?

In this talk Nadia Denton will present the narratives of individuals who lived in the UK at this time showing how they were to pave the way for a modern day multi-cultural Britain. Nadia Denton is a V&A Europe 16001815 African Heritage Guide. She has a BA in Modern History from St Hilda’s College, Oxford.

When
Tuesday 2 April
Time
19:00 - 20:30
Where
Gunnersbury Park Museum, Gunnersbury Park House, Popes Lane, London. W5 4NH
Booking
Essential via the 'I want to go' tab on this page
Price
  • £10, including welcome drink