Lunchtime Lecture: 'Mad, bad and dangerous to know' – Lord Byron and his women
6 April 2017, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
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George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron
replica by Thomas Phillips
circa 1835, based on a work of 1813
Immerse yourself in history, art and culture at our popular Lunchtime Lectures. Doors open at 12.45. Lectures begin at 13.15 and last approximately one hour.
Author and journalist Alexander Larman discusses the life and loves of Lord Byron, the most notorious of all the Romantic poets, and one whose literary genius was equalled by his passionate affairs.
Alexander Larman has previously written a biography of Lord Rochester, Blazing Star, and a social history of the year 1666, Restoration. His latest book, Byron’s Women, was published by Head of Zeus in September 2016 to critical acclaim.