We are a new collective, formed by freelancers with wide experience of working at many of the UK’s leading heritage sites, to create events and performances across the country.

Our team consists of historical researchers, musicians, writers, directors, videographers, performers and educators.

We exist to connect people with the UK’s past, to inspire audiences to feel a fresh sense of identity with the place in which they live and the historical sites they visit.

Our events are ambitious, accessible and inclusive, pushing the boundaries of historical interpretation whilst remaining mindful of the sensitive sites we work in.

Coming Up!

 Events for this Jubilee half-term!

‘Castle of Queens’ at Leeds Castle

Join us as six famous queens are brought to life in a fast-paced, story-led show of romantics, rebels, and custard-tarts! Then join us on our Medieval Jubilee Quest!

June 2nd – 5th

Queen Eleanor at Dover Castle

Meet Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine as she runs the country in her Regency! She may look stern, but she also knows how to have fun! Learn about being in her court and discover the things she likes to do!

May 28th – June 5th

Queen Mary I at Framlingham Castle

Get ready for a right royal knees-up with Mary I, the first Queen of England, in the castle where she was proclaimed queen and discover whether she really deserves her reputation?

May 31st – June 5th

Easter 2022!

 Just finished…

Easter at the Tower of London

Join our Tudor’s for fun and silliness at the Tower of London this Easter. There’s even a rumour some of the animals from the Tower’s menagerie are on the loose…!

April 2nd to 18th

Autumn 2021!

We’re going ‘back to school’ too! We’re now delivering 
the live Education programme for Historic Royal Palaces.

Summer 2021!

 Some things we created over the holidays!

Story-Quest at Dover Castle

Train as a knight then go on a story-quest to battle a mythical beast and save the castle!

August 2nd-13th, 16th-27th & 31st – September 5th

August at the Tower of London

It’s 1563 at the Tower of London, Plague has turned the lives of ordinary Londoners upside down, leaving them counting the cost to their families and livelihoods.

July 31st to August 31st

The Case of the Secret Story Stealer!

Have you ever wondered where all the untold stories from history disappear to? What if they are stolen away?! Welcome to ‘The Case of the Secret Story Stealer!’, a family-led trail-adventure at the Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery.


HistoryRiot Half-term!

In May half-term we were at three of the country’s most amazing sites with three fantastic family events for everyone to enjoy!

Dover at War

Something’s afoot at Dover Castle! Join us for our co-production with Time Will Tell Theatre, meet some of those involved in the war effort and see if you can uncover the secret plan! ( in partnership with Time Will Tell )

Bank Holiday Weekend 29th – 31st May

Stonehenge: The Truth!

English Heritage have decided ‘Kids rule’ at Stonehenge this May half term, so join us for our improvised show where fact meets fantastical fiction as you decide the truth of how and why Stonehenge was built!

29th May to 6th of June

Knight School: The Show

Join us for a fun-filled interactive performance, full of daring deeds, chivalrous conduct and superb swordplay in the legendary moat of the Tower of London. Find out what it takes to become a true knight from the comfort of your own socially-distanced area on the lawn.

29th May to 6th of June

Spring 2021!

We celebrated Spring as our events continued!

Easter at the Castle

As part of English Heritage’s Members’ Week we’ve been asked to bring back the delights of ‘Winter at the Castle’. This time we travel to Kenilworth Castle and Eltham Palace!

April 12-18th

First Sundays continue!

So why not come to the ORNC for some ‘Mischief and Mayhem’!

Tudor Palace Palaver!

Meet Henry VIII’s mother, Elizabeth of York, as she visits her favourite palace at Greenwich to see how the new building work is going. There’s drama in the air with an upcoming Royal Wedding, construction and Henry’s 10th birthday party. Audiences can immerse themselves in Tudor life, get involved in the story and try to impress the queen as they follow this online show. 


First Sundays 
at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

On the first sunday of every month a chance to spot some of the characters who have populated Greenwich’s past!


The 6 Winter at the Castle actors smile and wave from their Zoom boxes

Christmas at the Castle 
An Interactive Zoom Event.

It’s Christmas 1497 and Lady Margaret Beaufort is spending Christmas at the Castle, join her and many other fun characters in this fact-filled interactive Medieval experience.

After hours…

Ghost Stories in the Painted Hall
A Halloween Late at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

Come and be spooked at an after-hours performance of storytelling and music in the Painted Hall on the 30th and 31st October