Online Events at Royal Museums Greenwich 

March 2021
Throughout March 2021, Royal Museums Greenwich are releasing a series of online events to celebrate Women’s History Month. The main event will be a discussion between Joy C. Mitchell, one of the writers of Netflix hit drama Bridgerton and Historian and author Hallie Rubenhold on Women Writing Historical Fiction for Television. The Queen’s House, in Greenwich was where Bridgerton was partly filmed, aptly positioning RMG to host an event celebrating women writers. The discussion will take place on 4th March 2021 from 7-8pm.

There will also be a series of talks over March on the topic of ‘Rebel Women- Female Pirates’. There will be three talks with panellists that will celebrate and discover more about piratical women who broke the rules and rebelled against a patriarchy society to obtain their desire of freedom. The first talk, Bonny and Read will take place on 2nd March and will explore the fascinating lives of notorious pirates of the 18th century, Anne Bonny and Mary Read. Pirate Queen/Breading the Rules will be the next talk on 9th March, revealing he achievements of Grace O’Malley and women in combat. The last taking place on 15th March will discuss Women of Pirate Radio, featuring women who were central to the pirate radio scene of the 1980s and 90s. 
Go to the following link to book tickets for the upcoming events now,

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