Alastair Bruce Hosts a Special WXXI Luncheon

Alastair Bruce Hosts a Special WXXI Luncheon

Tue, 11/26/2013 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Join historical advisor to Downton AbbeyThe King’s Speech and Young Victoria for a special luncheon.

WXXI is pleased to bring Alastair Bruce, OBE to Rochester for a special luncheon on ď»żTuesday, November 26, 2013 at The Hyatt Regency Rochester (125 East Main Street). As the keynote speaker, Bruce will share his experience on the show and what it's like working with the cast. 

A VIP reception will be held prior to the lunch at 11 a.m. The lunch begins at 12 p.m. Pricing for the VIP reception and/or lunch is as follows:Tickets for the luncheon are $60 each. Tickets for the luncheon and VIP Reception are $100 each. Reserved luncheon Tables of 10 are $800 each. (Table price includes 2 VIP Reception tickets and priority placement)

This event is now sold out.

WXXI's Elissa Orlando had the opportunity to talk with Alastair Bruce in a special "1370 Connection" recorded on Thursday, October 31 at 1 p.m. on AM 1370. To hear the interview, click here.

Alastair Bruce is the Royal, Constitutional and Religious Commentator for Sky News, the UK’s premier 24hr satellite news channel. He was appointed 16 years ago and has covered all Britain’s great occasions, including the Golden Jubilee of the Queen, and the funerals of both the Queen Mother and Diana, Princess of Wales: the latter to a worldwide audience of 87.5million viewers. He described events in London during the recent General Election and Pope Benedict’s historic visit to the UK. Alastair contributes to FOX News, ABC and the BBC giving an insight to modern events with a historical perspective.

Alastair has written many books, including Days of Majesty, Keepers of the Kingdom and The Oldest, which gathers together all the oldest things in Britain. He likes to tell history in an entertaining way, in order to open the rich culture of the United Kingdom, its style and romance to as wide an audience as he can reach. He has worked with many independent production companies in the preparation of TV documentaries, many of which are regularly aired on PBS. Among these are Nicholas and Alexandra, Victoria and Albert and Days of Majesty.  Most recently, Alastair was involved with the multiple Oscar-winning hit movie The King's Speech, the award-winning film Young Victoria, and the Masterpiece Classic TV series Downton Abbey.

This event is made possible with support from:

Downton Abbey