Tudor Workshop

This event is not open to the general public.

This Tudor character has been present at the executions of both Ann Boleyn and Kathryn Howard you can chose if you want him to portray an executioner or a soldier.

This session begins with the death of Richard the III and how the Tudors came to power, it’s a short story and lasts only around ten minutes but helps set the stage for the Tudors.  Although we cover the Henry Tudor we tend to focus on Henry VIII, revolving around a day in his life… what did he eat, what did he do, what was he like?  We try to answer all of the little questions that pupils may have about the King.  We do of course cover his six wives, in particular the deaths of Anne Boleyn and Kathryn Howard and in doing this, we place the future King Edward and Queens Mary and Elizabeth in order and cover briefly their lives, finishing with Elizabeth, but leaving it open for you to carry on. 

If you have a particular area of focus such, not mentioned above, you wish us to concentrate on, please let us know.


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