Tudor Event: Henry VIII - Single and sick of it

First there was Catherine, the jewel of Spain. Then there was Anne, better forgotten and Jane, the mother of the beloved Edward. Then there was Anne, the Flanders mare, and we know how that turned out. After being single for almost a whole month, Henry VIII cannot bear to be without a wife for much longer. The court welcomes one and all to a display their skills in music, costume, dance, poetry, conversation and all forms of entertainment, especially those with an eye to be the next Queen of England. Join us for dancing, singing, feasting, games, mulled wine and various other entertainments as well as the delightful company of the Tudor Court . Who knows, you may entertain the court and win Henry's heart.

Date: Saturday, August 18, 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Location: Graceville Hall, 215 Oxley Road, Graceville, QLD. See Map.
Price: $20 members, $25 non-members
Children under 6 free, Children 6-14 half price

If you can play a medieval instrument or would like to show off your skill in singing, dancing, or any other performing arts, or if you have done any other art that you would like to show off, please let the steward know as we would love to have your skills shown to the rest of the Tudor Court at the ball. The more entertainment, the better.

Bookings can be made to:
Liza Leibbrandt
When booking, please provide your mundane name, sca name, membership number (if member) and any special dietary requirements.


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