A Pilgrimage Through Time

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A Pilgrimage Through Time Sunday 3 December – 3pm – 6pm At St Mary’s Priory Church in Conjunction with Tutbury Castle Adults £12.50 – children £7.50 – Refreshments included Society in the Middle Ages lived their lives fully believing in heaven or hell when they died.  The Church was a keystone offering sacraments from marriage, […]

Richard III

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Richard III ‘The Night Before the Battle’ Richard III is one of the most controversial figures in British history, seen by some as a ruthless murderer and by others as the innocent victim of Tudor propaganda. Richard is also one of the many kings and queens directly associated with Tutbury Castle. The last English king […]

Sex & The Tudors

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Thursday 14 December 12 Noon – FESTIVE 2 Course Lunch –  SEX AND THE TUDORS Advance Bookings only – £20 per person (NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OR THOSE WHO SHOCK EASILY OR HAVE A NERVOUS DISPOSITION) Come and join Tutbury Castle for this festive lunch and talk given by the Castle curator Lesley Smith.  This […]

Festive Nell Gwynne

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Nell Gwynne Friday 15 December 2pm Hot Mince Pies and Mulled Wine Nell Gwynne was the mistress of Charles II and for many people they believe that was all she was known for – other than selling oranges!  The real Nell Gwynne is a victory for English womanhood, showing great courage and against all the […]

Boudicca – Autumn Lunch

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Boudicca – Autumn Lunch Friday 24th November 12 noon for 12.30 Lunch Talk at 1.30 £20.00 per person A powerful and evocative presentation of the Celtic Queen in all her terrifying glory. Standing at close to 6ft dressed for battle with commissioned gold and bronze jewellery and a hand woven plaid, Boudicca is a powerful […]