Inside History, the UK's newest history magazine, is to begin producing live events centred around its magazine with the first of many live events coming to the historic city of Chester.
The Chester based magazine, which launched only a few weeks ago, is different to other titles on the market deciding to focus on an individual theme for each issue.
Editor and founder Nick Kevern, revealed why Inside History has a different feel to others on the the magazine shelves. He said that: "Most magazines have a very general approach to history opting to fill their content with as much varied articles as possible. It works for them and we didn't feel the need to repeat what they were doing. Instead we opted to theme each issue to make our content more concise and focused. Our aim is to bring something new and fresh as a history magazine."
"We were so lucky to get Dr Lindsey Fitzharris on board. She is an amazing historian whose book, "The Butchering Art", is an international hit. For her to donate her time and influence behind this project shows that we were onto something but it also shows her incredible generosity."
Each Inside History Live! event will have a stellar historian involved. For the first edition Inside History will be joined by Dr John Woolf. Woolf is the author of "The Wonders" which focuses on the Victorian Freak Show entertainers. Dr John Woolf also contributed to the first issue of the magazine.
Kevern is certainly excited to present his first guest, saying: "To have John on board for the first Inside History Live! is brilliant. Having met John I know he will engage the audience and bringing his subject to life. He is a wonderful storyteller with energy and charisma."
For those that loved the hit movie, "The Greatest Showman" John Woolf will tell you more about the figures that featured in the film plus reveal more about those that graced the boards.
The event will be held in the Tudor Lounge in Mecca Bingo, Chester on the 23rd November. Tickets are priced at £8 and include a free edition of Inside History.