In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, I take a tour of Sutton house in Hackney. Joined by our tour guide, Jo Nightingale, we look around the house once owned by aspiring Tudor courtier, Sir Ralph Sadler. Sutton House was built for Sir Ralph and his family as his fortunes were on the rise. Described as a ‘small gentry house’ and one that has ‘no direct parallels’, Sutton House is utterly unique.
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guest: Jo Nightingale
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions