Join Peter Liddle for this talk in the Tithe Barn at the 1620s House & Garden, which is one of the many events taking place during The Festival of British Archaeology (15th to 30th July).
Peter will talk about the 1620s House & Garden, once thought to be a lone example of a surviving medieval manor house. It is now realised that many more survive, often hidden within later buildings. The talk will look at some of these as well as those that have disappeared and been revealed by excavation and the sites of manor houses indicated by earthworks.
Tickets £6 – Pre booking recommended by calling 01455 290429
Lutenists and the Stage around 1600 Talk
Sunday 31st October, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Nick Gravestock, our resident lutenist will give an illuminating talk with musical examples about the involvement of prominent lutenist composers with the stage in the Elizabethan and Jacobean period.
The Elixirs of Life: Medieval Spirits and Botanicals Talk with Tasting
Friday 3rd December, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join Locksley Distilling Co. Ltd. on a tasting tour around the spirits and remedies of medieval Europe, made from and inspired by ingredients grown in the 1620s House and Garden. Finish off the night with delicious craft spirit samples made by Locksley Distilling and an opportunity to stock up on drinks for Christmas!
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