Pontefract Museum: Georgian Food and Satire with Dr Annie Gray - Thursday 1...

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An exciting talk by food historian Dr Annie Gray about food and its links to Georgian Satire. Dr Annie Gray is a regular on screen and radio including, Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet, and BBC 2’s the Victorian Bakers.

Part of our Golden Age of Satire exhibition in partnership with the British Museum, part of their Spotlight tour loan.


Image Credit: James Gillray (1756-1815), A voluptuary under the horrors of digestion, 1792, hand-coloured etching © The Trustees of The British Museum.


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Pontefract

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WF8 1BA

United Kingdom

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