Where We Perform

WHERE & WHEN WE PERFORM

Our Performance Dates

May

26th - 28th

Robin Hood at Warkworth Castle

We are performing ‘Will the real Robin Hood please stand up?’ at Warkworth Castle over the late May Bank Holiday.

29th - 31st

The Keeper of the Keys - at Tintagel Castle

Florence Nightingale Richards is appearing once more with the wonderful Peterkin (Foolscap Productions) for a half-term of fun and frolics.

29th May - 3rd June

Norman Knight training at Lincoln Castle

A half-term of Norman knight school.

June

3rd June

Deeds Not Words at Royal Holloway University, Egham

We are performing our suffragette play as part of the Universities Festival of History.

8th - 10th June

Opening Event - St Albans

We are to be involved in the opening of a new museum in St Albans. Our Georgian characters will be populating the court room and cells of this exciting new venture.

23rd & 24th

Gertrude Bell at Mount Grace Priory

We have been commissioned to write and produce a play about the ‘Queen of the Desert’, Gertrude Bell to be performed at Mount Grace Priory, owned by her father and step mother.

23rd & 24th

Clash of Steel at Lincoln Castle

Commentating for this rather exciting gathering of men at arms.

30th June & 1st July

Victorian Mounted Falconry at Audley End House

We are returning to join Raphael Historic Falconry for a display of mounted falconry.

July

7th & 8th

Deeds Not Words at the Museum of Lincolnshire life

On the 7th we will be performing our play about the suffragette movement at the museum, and on the 8th there will be talks by a suffragette.

7th & 8th

Richard III at Middleham Castle

We return to Middleham’s Richard III festival to portray the King and Queen at the Castle for English Heritage.

7th & 8th

Captain Cook at Whitby Abbey

We have been commissioned to write a play about Captain Cook for Whitby Abbey and this will be the first weekend of performances.

9th - 25th

Hands on History training

Training for English Heritage across the North and West regions

14th July

Cowper and Newton Museum

We are taking part in this exciting Georgian event providing talks and demonstrations on 18thC food and recipes.

14th July

The Festival of Thetford and the Punjab

We have been commissioned to produce and perform a piece of street theatre as part of this festival celebrating the connection of Thetford and the Punjab through the story of the Maharaja Duleep Singh and his family. This is a project we are honoured to be involved in and the festival as a whole looks really exciting.

21st & 22nd

Captain Cook at Whitby Abbey

Our new play about Captain Cook returns to Whitby Abbey

23rd July - 27th July

Letters Home at Alnwick Castle

We are performing our play about the achievements of the post office during WWI at Alnwick Castle.

26th

Summer of Victorian fun at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life

We will be providing some of the Victorian fun at this lovely (free) museum.

28th & 29th

Robin Hood at Lincoln Castle

We are performing ‘Will the real Robin Hood please stand up?’ in the grounds of the Victorian prison.

28th & 29th

Captain Cook at Whitby Abbey

Our new play about Captain Cook returns to Whitby Abbey

31st July - 2nd Aug

The Wholly Island at Lindisfarne Priory

Our popular play about the history of Lindisfarne returns to this beautiful island.

August

9th

Summer of Victorian fun at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life

We will be providing some of the Victorian fun at this lovely (free) museum.

11th & 12th

Tales of King Arthur at Lincoln Castle

Our short plays based around the stories of Merlin are Arthur are performed in the grounds of the Victorian Prison.

11th & 12th

King John at Framlingham Castle

We return to Framlingham to play King John as part of English Heritage’s Siege event.

21st

Summer of Victorian fun at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life

We will be providing some of the Victorian fun at this lovely (free) museum.

28th - 30th

The Wholly Island at Lindisfarne Priory

Our popular play about the history of Lindisfarne returns to this beautiful island.

30th

Summer of Victorian fun at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life

We will be providing some of the Victorian fun at this lovely (free) museum.

September

1st & 2nd

St George at Lincoln Castle

We have been commisioned to write a play about St George to be performed in the grounds of the Victorian Prison.

October

2nd Oct

Letters Home - Kings Lynn

We are performing our play about the post office during WWI at Stories of Lynn, Kings Lynn.

2nd - 5th

Letters Home at Ely Cathedral

We have been asked to perform Letters Home as part of a week of schools days at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire.

6th Oct

Issac Newton - The Palace House and Museum, Newmarket

As part of their family fun day we will be presenting Issac Newton and his theory of Alchemy.

13th & 14th

1066 - Battle Royal at Battle Abbey

We are returning with our play about the year 1066 for English Heritage’s famous Battle of Hastings event.

20th - 28th

Victorian Spooks and Smells at Lincoln Prison

We return to the Prison within the ground of Lincoln Castle for another eventful half-term.

26th - 31st Oct

Illuminated Abbey - Whitby Abbey

We are returning to Whitby Abbey this Halloween to not only take part in our production of Dracula, but also provide a number of unnerving and rather spooky elements to this very dramatic event.