Monday 23 October 7 p.m.
£25.50 per person
For centuries, Anne Boleyn has been portrayed as a cunning and manipulative woman, responsible for causing the bloody aspects of the Reformation. In truth, Anne was a highly educated and profoundly religious person who cared deeply about her moral standing.
In this portrayal of Anne she will appear in her execution gown during the last 45 minutes of her life in the tower. You will travel in time with this woman and stand guard as she leaves to join the King of Kings
A Hot Buffet will be served in our Pretty Tea Room followed by the presentation in the Great Hall at 8.00 p.m.
Not suitable for those under the age of 16.
A selection will be available of:
Served with Salad and Crusty Bread
Selection of desserts on the night
This event must be booked in advance and tickets are non-refundable.
Please bring your ticket or Unique Ticket reference with you to the event
We ask that guests are ready to be seated at 8.30 pm for presentation in the Great Hall to which there are steep steps.
Guest should not arrive before 7.00 p.m. as they will not be able to access the castle grounds or building before this time.
Tickets for this event are sold out.