|21st October 2021|
The Queens Hall Edinburgh
85 - 89 Clerk Street, Edinburgh South EH8 9JG
From £25 + bf
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Dan will use his accessible interview style to talk to some of our best historians about the biggest stories from the past as well as hear the history of Edinburgh. VIP Packages to gain backstage access and meet Dan after the show are also available.
Interviews and show content will also be broadcast on the UK's number 1 history podcast, 'Dan Snow's History Hit', which is now a daily show and receives over a million listens every week.
Dan Snow is a BAFTA award winning broadcaster, having made TV shows that have been watched by tens of millions of people worldwide. His most recent book, ‘On This Day in History’ was a Sunday Times Bestseller.
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