What if… the Gunpowder Plot had Succeeded

Tuesday 5th November, 7:00 pm.

What if... the Gunpowder Plot had Succeeded

As dawn breaks on 6th November 1605, crowds gather to look at the devastation from the evening before. Hundreds of yards around the Houses of Parliament have been destroyed.Hundreds, including the King lay dead,England is in chaos. Fawkes had been successful in his plot.

Eddie Smallwood presents, What if? Join in the debate to discuss what the likely impact on England would have been if the Gunpowder had exploded.

Doors open 6.30 pm. Refreshments available

Tickets are £6 per person 

They can be purchased by calling 01455 290429  between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm 

OR  at the house Thursday to Sunday 10.30 am to 3.00 pm until the end of October 

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