When Iceni king Prasutagus died, Boudicca rebelled with such ferocity her name was heard throughout the Empire.
That story is well known, but did Boudicca and her tribe act alone? Or was her destruction of Colchester at the fore of a nation-wide plot to evict the Romans for good?
Join historian and honorary fellow of the Department of History at The University of Essex, David Grocott, to explore the Celtic World, and how Boudicca and the tribes of Britain may have acted together.
All tickets £6.00