Royal Oak announces spring season of British culture-themed events in the US

Entertain in style: Nancy Astor and Nancy Lancaster
friday april 22 to 6 p.m. EST in New York City (also available to rent Zoom recording)
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Two American-born wives and cousins, politician Nancy Astor and interior designer Nancy Lancaster transformed 20andBritish culture of the century with their inspiration in creating the English country house style, as well as their graceful and sophisticated method of entertaining. Their descendants, creators Jeanne Churchill and photographer Emily Astor discuss loved ones and show never-before-seen family photos of Cliveden, by Nancy Astor country house as well as several houses belonging to Nancy Lancaster.

The spirit of England: The intoxicating story of Gin
tuesday 26 april to 2 p.m. EST. Zoom webinar available live and for rental
Ian Coxlecturer and historian

Since by James Bond Vesper Martini at the classic summer G&T, Gin is no doubt England the most famous spirit, now transformed with modern mixology and small batch gin distilleries. The story of the drink is a thrilling story involving the British aristocracy and Parliament, class warfare, the consumption of millions of barrels, the deaths of thousands, and more!

Other upcoming events include:

Noble Ambition: The Fall and Rise of the English Country House after World War II
Tuesday, May 3 to 2 p.m. EST. Zoom webinar available live and for rental
Adrian Tinniswood OBE, noted author

Spitalfields: from huguenots to hipsters
Online walking tour led by Mark Rowland, London historian and tourist guide
Wednesday May 11 to 2 p.m. EST. Zoom webinar available live and for rental

A paradise on earth: by William Morris Kelmscott Manor Revisited
tuesday 24 may at 2 o’clock pm IS. Zoom webinar available live and for rental
Jeremy MussonFSA, historian and author

isle of wight: England in miniature
Online walking tour led by Robert SmithTouristic guide
Wednesday, June 1 to 5 p.m. EST. Zoom webinar available live and for rental

For ticket prices and other upcoming events, visit

SOURCE The Royal Oak Foundation

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