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Medieval and/or Renaissance Faires and Festivals, and the people who make them what they are:  producers, promoters, location providers, actors, reenactors and other entertainers, jousters, merchants/vendors, craftspersons, costumers, patrons, dedicated becostumed repeat participants and first-time visitors.

 

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A photographic journey to the NY Renaissance Faire in Sterling Forest with links to help you put together your own renfaire or medieval period costume.
   Scottish Patterns - historically accurate patterns Preview Go
Historically researched Scottish National Highland wear patterns for dolls, men, women and children in both ancient(Renaissance period correct)and modern.
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In 1258 Simon de Montfort founded England's Parliament - and created modern democracy. This site opens a window on Simon's life and times, provides a blog for discussions, and supports Katherine Ashe's four-part novelized history 'Montfort'. Katherine regularly attends Renaissance Faires and conferences all over the Northeast to discuss Montfort's impact on 13th century Europe and his lasting legacy.


   Rae Faire Designs Preview Go
Custom made garb from the Renaissance, Tudor and Elizabethan periods from court dresses to wench garb and everything in between.
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A Troupe By Any other Name would act just as (fill in the blank)! We are a Ren Faire Troupe with Pirates, Gypsies, Fairies, and More!
   Mordred: (Independent film & Arthurian stage show, UK) Preview Go
A gritty, dark tale, Mordred is an Arthurian-era drama, heavily influenced by the earliest legends of Mordred, who is traditionally seen as King Arthur's arch-nemesis, and illegitimate son. In the earlier legends, Mordred is much more of an ambiguous character, and not pure evil, as in modern re-tellings, this film tells of the legends, from Mordred's point of view. This drama is set in the 530s, against the backdrop of the Saxon invasions, heavily influenced by Celtic legends and Druidic traditions, and the earliest tales of Arthur, and his followers. The film will be made across South West England, with as much use as possible of actual Arthurian locations, and ancient sites, in Devon and Cornwall. The theatre shows will be performed in South Devon (as a certainty) and we will also be looking to perform in Cornwall,
   The Kings Musketeers Showteam Preview Go
A lively, family-friendly showteam inspired by Alexandre Dumas's classic "Three Musketeers" stories. Available for bookings for events, parties, film, etc, and based in Devon in the Southwest of England.
   Lady Christine's Renaissance Page Preview Go
Pictures and links to my home Renaissance Festival in Arizona as well as some of my favorite sites.
   Renaissance Faire Fanlisting Preview Go
A place where fans of Renaissance Faire Fans can join the list so they can meet other fans.
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