“We are primarily a tudor reenactment group but also cover earlier and later periods. We specialise in portraying the domestic pastimes of the period - particularly the music and dance.
We practice and perform the social and court dances of the Renaissance covering the 15th century, 16th century and 17th century, more specifically the period between 1450 and 1650. The group was started in 1991 by people from a number of historical recreation societies (English Civil War Society, White Company, Sealed Knot, etc.) who were interested in learning the dances of the periods in history which those societies portrayed. The group has a wealth of experience putting on domestic living history events covering a wide variety of activities including our core specialities of music, dance, period costume and period cooking and dining. Our dancers and reenactors mainly participate in living history events covering the Tudor period, both Henrician and Elizabethan, but also cover the medieval, Jacobean and Stuart periods up to the English civil war. …”
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Category: Early Dance
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