19-20 MAY – Royal Progress Tudor Feast

19-20 MAY – Royal Progress Tudor Feast

Booking Form Now Available

Details:

19 May FeastSpicer Uniting Church, 44a Fourth Ave St Peters, 5069
Site opens 5pm with Event start 6pm

20 May Rose Tournaments – Balmoral Reserve, 17-29 Balmoral Rd, Dernancourt SA 5075
Event start 11am

Cost:

Adult Member: $70 (Off board $55)
Youth Member (12-16): $60 (Off board $45)
Child Member (5-12): $50 (Off board $35)
Child Member (0-5) $0

Tournament only
Free for members & $5 for non members

All non members add $5

Bookings: Booking Form
Steward: Lady Sorcha le Breton
Contact: mandiwormald@gmail.com
About:

The Illustrious Barony of Innilgard invites one and all to a Royal feast in the Tudor style and Rose tournaments in honour of her Majesty & all other roses.
The feast will be held at Spicers Church, 44a Fourth Ave St Peters on Saturday the 19th May 2018 from 5.00pm onwards and the tournaments will be held at Balmoral Park in Dernancourt on the 20th May from 11.00am.

The feast will be held in the Tudor style, this will include fine and extravagant food, dishes to surprise and delight, period appropriate pageantry and acknowledgement of precedence. Dressing in the Tudor style is encouraged but not compulsory.
The Rose tournaments will be held for those of both the Heavy & Rapier fighting styles and there will be a Joust of sorts for their majesties & the galleries pleasure. To be a part of this joust your jouster can be either male or female and does not need to be a fighter. Each jouster will be provided with a mount (of the hobby pursuation) and will be expected to provide a Herald for announcing (think Chauser from A knights tale), another valuable member of the team will be your squire (makes horsey noises & the battle charge of your mount – consider Patsy from Holy Grail). Points will be available for the display (heraldic) of your team, for each of the team members playing their parts and for the actual joust.

Let the games begin!!!!!!

There will also be a lunch of finger foods to keep up the vigour of the populace.