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'Live Like a Tudor' Immersion Weekend
Enjoy an immersive and memorable Tudor Weekend Away, based at the Old Hall in Norfolk
What is the ‘Live Like a Tudor’ Immersion Weekend?
As Tudor lovers, we LOVE to read about Tudor history. So, imagine what it would be like to experience living like a Tudor!  

The Tudor Travel Guide has created an immersive Tudor experience, held over one weekend, where you will have the chance to enjoy the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Tudor England.  

This event will be run in conjunction with Brigitte and Tom Webster from We will be based at their sumptuous early, sixteenth-century manor house: the Old Hall in Norfolk, the county of Anne Bolyen's birth. From the moment you arrive, you will be able to leave the present behind and escape to the past. Here is our agenda:

Friday 20 August 

Day One: Arrive late afternoon. 

In the evening, relax and enjoy a talk by The Tudor Travel Guide called, ‘Under a Lady's Skirt's’. Learn about all the layers comprising the dress of a Tudor noblewoman as Sarah is dressed from her Tudor undergarmets to the final stunning ensemble! You will then be served with homemade Tudor food for your evening meal, courtesy of our host, Brigitte Webster, whose recipes are regularly featured on The Tudor Travel Guide blog.

Saturday 21 August
Day Two:
Kentwell - The High Summer Tudor Event 

We will be collected and taken by air-conditioned minibus to Kentwell in Suffolk for a full day out. Kentwell's high summer Tudor festival is probably the largest, and certainly most authentic, re-enactment event in the world. The grounds and house are taken over by Tudors as they go about their everyday business, be they merchants, milk-maids, lords or ladies. You will have the fun of being able to talk to the characters of the past. I promise you, this joyous event will make you feel as though you have slipped back in time! After a full day out, we will return to the Old Hall and chat with our fellow Tudorphiles over our Tudor dinner as we share the colourful stories of the day and learn more about Tudor food from our host, Brigitte Webster.

Sunday 22 August 
Day Three: Tudor fun at the Old Hall

On our final day together, we will enjoy a tour of the Old Hall by our host, as well as having the opportunity to watch Tudor dances performed by a Tudor dance group. You will also be able join in and learn some of the easier dances for yourself. There will be more tasty Tudor morsels to eat for lunch, Tudor games to play (including archery if the weather permits) and a chance to try on some Tudor clothing (size dependent). Perhaps you will want to grab your very own Tudor selfie to impress your friends! 

Around 3pm, the event will draw to a close.

Included With Your Ticket

Here are all the wonderful treats you'll get with your admission

  • Tudor dinner on the first and second evenings, including a talk on Tudor food by Brigitte Webster on day two.
  • ​A Tudor lunch on the final day.
  • ​Tea, coffee and Tudor snacks while at the Old Hall.
  • ​A talk by Sarah Morris, entitled, 'Under a Lady's Skirts' on the first evening.
  • ​Tudor dancing and music, including demonstration dancing and a chance to join in and learn some of the simpler Tudor dances for yourself. 
  • Travel to and from Kentwell by minibus.
  • ​Your entry ticket into Kentwell. 
  • ​A tour of the Old Hall by Brigitte Webster.
  • ​The opportunity to play Tudor games, including archery (weather permitting).
  • ​A chance to try on items of Tudor clothing (full costumes will be available to try, although this will be size-dependent. However, everyone will, at the very least, have chance to wear some Tudor headgear.)
Please note that accommodation is not included in the price of this ticket, to allow you to flex your budget as you wish.

COVID: We will do everything we can to stick to our itinerary. However, we are at the mercy of COVID these days and should a flare-up occur, and lockdown is imposed, meaning we have to cancel, our policy will be to refund or offer a roll-over to another date. Similarly, COVID has greatly affected historic sites and should the Kentwell arrangements be changed, with either the event being cancelled or moved to another date, we will endeavour to offer an alternative experience, such as a visit to Blickling Hall, once home of the Boleyns, or lay on more Tudor entertainment at the Old Hall if appropriate, or offer to refund if we feel we cannot fulfill the spirit of the weekend by finding a suitable alternative experience. 

If you are looking to stay at the Old Hall, Brigitte does have a limited number of guest rooms available. These can be booked/paid for directly with her. Please call Brigitte on +44(0)7766 016 523. 

You will also need to cover the costs of drinks or food that you buy during our day out at Kentwell.

Highlights of Your Weekend

  • Immerse yourself in Tudor living: indulge your senses in this highly experiential weekend event in the privacy of a gorgeous early, sixteenth-century manor house.
  • ​Enjoy the world's largest and most authentic Tudor re-enactment event: See all of Tudor society at work in and around the grounds of Kentwell in Suffolk, once home to the Clopton family. A unique chance to learn, first-hand, about Tudor life in the company of fellow Tudor history lovers.
  • Learn about how a Tudor noblewoman of the 1530s would dress: Enjoy a light-hearted look at the many layers making up an aristocratic lady's outfit, and maybe even have a chance to try on various items of Tudor clothing for yourself! 
  • Learn a Tudor dance: Accompanied by live Tudor music, you will have the chance to learn one or two Tudor dances. Incredible fun!
  • Eat authentic Tudor food: Whilst at the Old Hall, you will be enjoying a wide variety of Tudor dishes that have been home cooked by our host, Brigitte Webster. (Note dietary needs can be catered for. Please contact Sarah Morris after booking your place to discuss your needs further via
  • Make new Tudor-loving friends: One of the wonderful things about taking part in a weekend like this is that you will be surrounded by people who love what you love. No need to fear boring anyone with your Tudor talk! You are free to indulge in your passion and make new friends along the way.
Make new Tudor-loving friends as we did here at a Tudor Travel Guide Event in 2019
Meet Your Event Organisers
Dr Sarah Morris
Sarah Morris, also known as The Tudor Travel Guide, lives in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside. She has written two novels about Anne Boleyn, ‘Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, Volumes I and II, plus she has co-authored two non-fiction books; ‘In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn’ and ‘In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII’.  

In 2018, Sarah established The Tudor Travel Guide: 'your visitor’s companion to the houses, castles and manors of sixteenth century'. She has appeared on several TV shows as a Tudor expert and was central in the rediscovery of the ‘Anne of Cleves’ Heraldic Panels’ with Jonathan Foyle. Sarah also produces a monthly podcast, The Tudor Travel Show, exploring Tudor places and artefacts.
Tom and Brigitte Webster
The is the brainchild of Brigitte Webster. Born in Austria, Brigitte trained, and served as a schoolteacher for 25 years. Her qualification was in history and cooking, a combination that has finally come together in her current career as a culinary historian, currently working on a number of publications on international cuisine of the sixteenth century. The is a venture that finally allows her to share her passion for all things Tudor with a wider audience, especially now that she and her husband have at last moved into their dream home, an authentic Tudor manor. 

She is supported in her venture by her husband, Tom who is a long-standing history re-enactor, military adviser and owner of an historic firearms company.
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