"I fought. I lost. Now I rest. But you, Lord Snow… you'll be fighting their battles forever."
Albert Edwards addressing another standing room only investment conference crowd*From Medievalists.net:
Making the Castle a Home: Creating an Immersive Medieval World Using Live Costumed Interpreters
...What is Live Costumed Interpretation?Because you can.
Historical interpretation is an unscripted, adaptive method of presenting historical figures that uses first person characters to keep the public actively engaged at heritage sites. Live interpretation isn’t quite the same as reenactment or museum theatre, although it shares some commonalities....
Stories also shift according to the seasons. There are “winter stories” for the medieval palace that connect with visitors in more low key ways. During the winter season, actors float around with more downtime and interaction with each other while visitors can just watch the scene, ask questions or move on. At the Tower of London, the winter stories focus on Edward I....
Why Do This?
Also at Medievalists.net:
Merry Medieval! Christmas – Part I*Société Générale's Albert Edwards: Winter Is Coming
Send Medieval e-cards this Christmas
Can You Match the Medieval King to Their Cause of Death?