This season's events

The Household attends a variety of events throughout the year. Below you will find all the events we will be attending in the coming year. You can also see our past events here

Events for 2020
Name Date Event Description Location
The Jorvik Viking Festival 22 February 2020 The Household will provide a contingent of 10th-century viking warriors to attend the finale of the largest viking festival in Europe. York, North Yorkshire
Saxon Rebellions 23-24 May 2020 As guests of Regia Anglorum, The Household will provide William the Conqueror's ruthless knights and soliders at this event reenacting the Anglo-Saxon rebellions in the years immediately following the Norman Conquest in 1066. Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire
An Audience with William the Conqueror 27-28 June 2020 The Household will provide a large royal encampment as well as knights, soldiers, attendants, cooks and craftspeoplefor this event representing William the Conqueror's only known visit to Wales in 1081 as well as providing King William himself and English and Welsh lords. Fonmon Castle, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
Knights of Hedingham Castle 18-19 July 2020 The Household will provide combatants for a competitive tournament showcasing the discipline and ferocity of early 13th century knights alongside our good friends The Conroi who are providing mounted Anglo-Norman cavalry. Hedingham Castle, Essex
The Battle of Evesham 1-2 August 2020 The Household will provide Simon de Montfort's household troops for this reenactment of the defining battle of the Second Barons War. Crown Meadow, Evesham, Worcestershire
William Marshal: The Greatest Knight 29-31 August 2020 The Household will provide a living history encampment with knights and civilians from the entourage of William Marshal alongside our good friends The Conroi and Chanz des Reis. Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, South Wales
The Battle of Hastings 10-11 October 2020 The Household will provide Norman knights and soldiers at this reenactment of The Battle of Hastings in 1066, one of the most important dates in British history. Battle Abbey, East Sussex