The Naval Gala

Saturday 27th September (Feast and Revel), TOC H Hall, 30a Delaine Ave, Edwardstown
Hall opens 6pm for a 6:30 start

Sunday 28th September (Rapier Melee) Western Avenue Reserve, cnr Duncan Ave & Hendrie St Park Holme
Setup 10 am, Lists open 11am for an 11:30 start

A celebration of the commission of Scott de Gloucester to the rank of Commodore.

Gather all, family and friends as we come to celebrate and honour the esteemed Scott de Gloucester’s baronial commission to the rank of Commodore.

Join us as we feast, dance and rejoice throughout the evening, celebrating the prowess and good fortune of the fleet of Innilgard. Come and celebrate or sign up for the Innilgard navy.

There will be a competition held on the night, the criteria being "Something that would have been given as a gift". 

A display of skill at arms will be held the following day in the form of a naval rapier melee as Commodore de Gloucester and his men demonstrate their skill for the entertainment of the populace to conclude the previous night’s dramatic tensions. 

Feast Bookings: Elena le Breustere (Kathryn Bird) Ph: 0410403718 or email: 
Feast Cost:  $20 for SCA members and $25 for non-members.
Tourney Steward: Kit Hackforth Ph: 0488 027 657 Email:
(No cost to members for Sunday, the usual $5 insurance surcharge applies for non-members)

Baroness' Championship

Sunday, 19th October, Brand St Reserve, Brand street, Beulah Park
Setup 10 am, Lists open 11am for an 11:30 start

A Tokens Challenge Heavy Tournament.
Come fight for the honour to be the next Baronesses Champion. Impress Baroness Eva and the populace of Innilgard with your prowess on the list field and you courtesy and chivalry off it.

This will be a tokens tourney where you will challenge combatants, with the winner gaining both the tokens. The winner of the tournament will be the combatant with the most tokens at the end of the day. Baroness Eva will choose her champion having watched the combatants on and off the field.

Steward: Cullan of Innilgard, Email:

Great Southern Gathering

This Annual event cycles between Innilgard, Krae Glas and Ynys Fawr. This year it is on the 3rd to 6th of October in Ynys Fawr (Tasmania).

Ynys Fawr's website has a booking form and some details of the event for 2014. The Great Southern Gathering website has pages on the GSG Charter, the Joint A&S Competition, and previous GSG events.

Baroness Ingerith writes:

Greetings all,

Now that you are back from Festival, Suth Moot or just getting over a surfeit of chocolate it is time to start thinking about the next big event on your calendar this year.

Great Southern Gathering VI is being held this year in the fair Barony of Ynys Fawr from Friday October 3rd to Monday October 6th.

I am coordinating the A&S schedule this year and Don Everard Sefar is coordinating the combat streams.  We can be reached at:
Ingerith -
Everard -

So this is a call for all of you A&S exponents to consider teaching a class at GSG.  Think you have nothing to offer? Think again.  Have you recently overcome an A&S project that you thought you could never achieve?  Have you looked at a painting and worked out how a garment was sewn or footwear made or anything else for that matter? Do you know how to do research? Then you have something to offer all of us who have not.

In particular Ynys Fawr offered an entertainment stream back in 2011 and this is being planned for again by popular demand.

What I need from you is the following information:

Your name (SCA)
Your class subject
Is there a cost for materials?
Level of teaching:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced How long do you want for you class:  30 min, 1 hour, 2 hours, all morning, all day?
Do you prefer morning or afternoon, Saturday or Sunday?  A&S classes can run in opposition to the traditional Sunday tourneys and there can be many streams.

So go to it.  If you need anything clarified please let me know.

Ingerith (for the GSG VI Team)


Saturday 18th October, North Adelaide Community Hall, Tynte St North Adelaide
Hall opens 6pm for a 7pm start. Event ends 10pm.

Where All Hallows Break Loose

A masked evening to entertain and be entertained.

All Hallows Day is nigh and as our thoughts turn to our great ancestors you are all invited to a supper. There we shall don masks, memento mori and share entertainments such as stories and songs, music and poetry recitals and dancing. Bring or join friends in games on tables and about the room where you can play your best tricks while sharing favourite treats from our kitchens.

Those wishing to perform any piece (music, songs, poetry or story telling) or any games played off the table are enthusiastically encouraged to do so and are asked to contact the steward in advance to ensure space and time during the event are made available for you.

The two Arts and Sciences competitions are for the best masks and best performance of a period piece.

Steward: Gregory Tortouse de Sloleye (Greg Lott)
Booking: Elena le Breustere (Kathryn Bird) Ph: 0410403718 or email: 
Cost: $25 for SCA members (for families and children younger than 16 contact the Steward)
All non-members will need to add $5 per person to their event price.

Feast of Blessed Herman

Friday 24th October, Church of Trinity, 318 Goodwood Rd, Clarence Park.
Doors open 7pm. Post revel in North Adelaide.

This is not an SCA event, but part of the University Clubs and Associations

Contact Sebastian (Ethan) for bookings or details.


Note that Tourneys and other outdoor events are likely to be cancelled if the forecast temperature is over 35 degrees celsius.