The 18th century royal kitchens at Kew; a story of architecture, food and etiquette

When Queen Charlotte died at Kew Palace in 1818, the Royal Kitchens were locked and used for storage for the next two centuries. A restoraton project was completed in 2011 and Lee Prosser will explain how the kitchens were brought back to life, and what they can tell us about the food and drink at Kew Palace.

Lecturer: Lee Prosser

Lecture date and time: 18th April 2024 at 8pm

Location: St Mary’s Barnes