Road To Agincourt
June 20th & June 21st 2015
2.30pm to 4.30pm
To commemorate the 600th anniversary of the English victory at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, Greyladyes Arts Foundation will be holding an exhibition of crafts created as part of their Road To Agincourt workshops at which visitors were encouraged to design and make everything from medieval pennants and tunics to battle weaponry such as longbows, shields and helmets.
There will also be homemade cakes, teas & coffees on sale.
Road To Agincourt
Greyladyes Arts Foundation, School Road, Old Bursledon SO31 8BX
Join members of the Greyladyes Arts Foundation for this wonderful exhibition of hand-crafted weapons and armour by members of the public to commemorate the Battle of Agincourt.
This exhibition is hosted by Greyladyes Arts Foundation.
For more details, email email@example.com or call 023 8040 4649.
Road To Agincourt – Augmented Reality Exhibition
Location: See Across The Dark Water venues & In Henry’s Footsteps
July 21st to August 2nd 2015
Road To Agincourt – An Augmented Exhibition tells the story of Henry V’s journey to the Battle of Agincourt and the impact it had on Hampshire both then and now.
Curated by Dr Cheryl Butler, the exhibition has been created by Blue Donut Studios with the support of Heritage Lottery Fund in association with Agincourt 600.
Using the latest technology, exhibits are brought to life with a click of a button. Watch as images transform before your eyes, and tales from another age are revealed by characters from the past.
The exhibition will travel with Road To Agincourt events including The Berry Theatre’s exciting new play, Across The Dark Water, being performed at: Portchester Castle (July 21 to 23), Peartree Church (July 24 and 25), Royal Victoria Country Park (July 26), Hamble Priory Church (July 28 and 29) and St Julian’s Chapel (July 30 and 31 and August 1); as well as Living History family-fun weekend In Henry’s Footseps at Medieval Merchant’s House in Old Town Southampton (August 1 and 2).
Road To Agincourt - Augmented Reality Exhibition
Road To Agincourt – Augmented Reality Exhibition is supported by Heritage Lottery Fund
As part of Agincourt 600, this exhibition will travel with events including The Berry Theatre’s new play Across The Dark Water for performances at: Portchester Castle, Peartree Church, Royal Victoria Country Park, Hamble Priory Church, and St Julien’s Chapel, plus Living History family-fun weekend In Henry’s Footsteps at Medieval Merchant’s House in Old Southampton.