A theatrical production, set in the year 1544, in which King Henry recounts the nature and events of his long life and reign.....telling of his wives and of his children. Filled with historic insights and drama!
Ticket price includes a complimentary medieval buffet.
Mulled wine and Cornish mead sold separately.
Audience age guidance: 12+ : some moderate swearing and mention of ‘adult themes’
Show website: www.kinghenry8th.com
Presented by: ‘Select Society’ - a company which, for in excess of 20 years, has provided historical performance 'services' to the UK heritage industry - English Heritage, National Trust, Historic Scotland, and museums, castles and associated venues etc, in the UK and the USA; and to educational, corporate, social, and theatrical venues; as well as Film, TV, Theatre, and Radio productions.
3. Written by: John White - who has considerable experience, over many years, in writing a wide range of historically-themed productions
John White performs as ‘Jack Abbot’.
More about John..
BA(Hons)- History and War Studies (Wolverhampton)
MA – Heritage Management (Birmingham)
Fulbright Fellow (University of South Carolina)
Holder of a ‘Performers Contract’, issued by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Virginia, USA - a frequent performer at various of their properties, theatres etc.
Contractor to ‘Discover Jamestown’, Virginia, USA - portraying significant historical characters in various programmes offered by the APVA (The Association of the Preservation Of Virginia Antiquities’).
Holder of a ‘Performers Contract’, issued by The Royal Collections Trust, on behalf of The Royal Household – performing within Windsor Castle – the ONLY performer to hold such a contract.