Christmas choral supper with the Nonsuch Singers. Saturday 11th December and Sunday 12th December.
Kentwell is hosting what it is hoped will be a regular series of Farmers' Markets. The first Market will be open on Sunday 5th December 1999 from 9am to 2pm
Local performers sought for Kentwell Hall's ambitious project to have the most participants ever playing and singing.
Saturday October 30th and Sunday October 31st 1999
During this Re-Creation we shall create a nostalgic look back at Kentwell Hall in 1940.
We will represent the family, their staff, visitors and tradesmen
as well as a small military presence.
During this Re-Creation we shall create a nostalgic look back at Kentwell Hall in 1940. We will represent the family, their staff, visitors and tradesmen as well as a small military presence.
A two day event on October 30th and 31st in the run up to the major week long World War II event in 2001.
This weekend will mark a century of Tudor weekends at Kentwell Hall and it is fitting that we shall be in the year 1520 which saw one of the great events of the Tudor era - The Field of the Cloth of Gold.
The storm-damaged great Cedar of Lebanon, which one of England's sculptors, Colin Wilbourne, has sculptured into his vision of the Tower of Babel is now complete.
Since the Hall opened 25 years ago visitors to Kentwell have been able to view a fine, darkened oak, intricately carved, four poster bed dating from the 16th Century. However the bed lacked hangings, 2 years later and some 2,000 to 3,000 hours of work has restored the bed back to it's true Tudor splendour.
Multi - period Re-Creations at Kentwell Hall, on Saturday August 7th and Sunday August 8th 1999.
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