Virtual Bosworth Medieval Festival 2020
THE VIRTUAL BOSWORTH MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL
To commemorate the 535th anniversary of the Battle which changed English history, we put on a Virtual Festival over the anniversary weekend:
Follow the links to see what we put out with the help of our many wonderful contributors. You don’t need a facebook account to watch the content on there and we are also uploading the highlights to the Council’s Youtube Channel here.
We hope you enjoy them.
Saturday 22nd August
10.30 A look back at our Royal Visits
11.00 Click here for The Bosworth Memorial Roselaying Ceremony
11.30 Click here for The Battlefields Trust present – John de Vere, The Earl of Oxford
12.00 Click here for Medieval Music from Maranella
12.30 Click here for Poems from the Battlefields Trust’s Resident Poet Clare Mulley
13.00 Click here for Medieval cookery demonstration with Tastes of History – ‘Black Porray’
1.30 Click here for Medieval cookery demonstration with Tastes of History – ‘Buttered wortes’
14.00 The Winner of the Craft competition is announced
15.00 Click here for the Wars of the Roses Q&A session with Matthew Lewis and Nathen
16.00 Click here for The Bosworth staff present – The Battle of Bosworth reenactment as never
16.30 Click here for Zachary Evans from Destrier presents his talk – Richard III: Did ‘the last
wound’ actually come first?
17.00 Click here for A pictorial celebration of the Bosworth Festival Re-enactors
Sunday 23rd August
10am Click here for Fire Show from the The Fool Monty
10.30 Click here for Bosworth Medieval Festival Staff picture montage
11.30 Click here to see The Battlefields Trust present ‘John Cheyne’
12.00 Click here to see Medieval music demonstrations from Maranella
12.30 Click here to see Professor Anne Curry, Chair of The Battlefields Trust presents ‘Knowing too Much, Knowing too Little’ part 1, in which she investigates the benefits and pitfalls of using contemporary battle sources, with Agincourt and Bosworth as case studies.
13.00 Click here to see Medieval cookery demonstrations with Tastes of History – ‘Meat Fartes’
13.30 Click here Medieval cookery demonstrations with Tastes of History – ‘Payn Perdew’
14.00 Click here to see Fancy Dress competition winner announced
14.30 Click here to see Professor Anne Curry, Chair of The Battlefields Trust, presents ‘Knowing too Much, Knowing too Little’ part 2, in which she investigates the benefits and pitfalls of using contemporary battle sources, with Agincourt and Bosworth as case studies.
15.00 Click here to see William Stanley is Conflicted – from Up an’ at ’em! History
15.30 An update from Destrier, who provide the horses and riders for the Festival.
16.00 Click here to see Julian Humphrys from the Battlefields Trust present the Battle of Bosworth in miniature.
16.30 Click here to see Battlefields Trust present ‘Francis Lord Lovell’
17.00 Click here to see Agnes, a local brewster, regales us with her post-battle tale.