Virtual Talk: Dickens and Christmas by Lucinda Dickens Hawksley

£8 per person/ device 

Duration: Approx. 60 minutes

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You will be emailed joining and access instructions to the Zoom session the day before the event. Should you have any difficulties or questions, please email the Events team on events@dickensmuseum.com 

 Virtual Event

Join Lucinda Dickens Hawksley and discover what Christmas was really like in the 19th century. Find out how Charles Dickens and his own family celebrated Christmas, and how Dickens’s stories helped to influence the way we celebrate today.

Using the research for her book, Dickens and Christmas, Lucinda will talk about the ways in which the festive season changed during her great-great-great-grandfather's lifetime – from 1812-1870 – and how his Christmas writing captured the public imagination, and began a renewed fervour for all things Christmas.

 

This is a live event and you can ask questions throughout the tour via a chat window as well as in a Q&A session at the end. 

Zoom is required to take part in this tour and discussion. A link to the Zoom session will be emailed to registrants the day before the session.

Book now or for further enquiries please contact events@dickensmuseum.com


Don't forget, you can purchase a copy ahead of the event from our Online Curiosity Shop here!



Dickens and ChristmasVIRTUAL EVENT

Sunday 13th December
17:30 

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