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Friends of True’s Yard Pie & Mash
22nd September 2018
SKIRTING HERESY: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MARGERY KEMPE
King’s Lynn Minster, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn (7:30pm)
England’s darkest hour. The fate of the Lancastrian dynasty now hangs in the balance. Right in the middle of the Hundred Years’ War and the Black Death, King Henry V faces harrowing assassination plots. Invaders from without and chaos within. This is the dawn of the Protestant Reformation. England’s first heresy movement, Lollardy, threatens Civil War.
Based on a true story- Skirting Heresy: The Life And Times of Margery Kempe, By Elizabeth MacDonald is a tale of intrigue, love and above all standing up for what you believe in.
Directed by Christopher Yarnell- Skirting Heresy tells the story of Margery Kempe- a medieval mystic. Considered by many to be mad, bad and dangerous to know- Margery challenged the norm, forged her own path and despite being illiterate hers is the first autobiography in the English language.
With an original score created by Gareth Calway, Andy Wall and Vanessa Wood-Davies- the play will be performed in King’s Lynn Minster where Margery worshiped. It is a once in a lifetime experience!
For tickets please visit the website https://kingslynncornexchange.co.uk/whats-on/event/skirting-heresy/ or call the Box Office on 01553 764864
At The Swan Inn, South Wootton
What can you expect:
– A Wide selection of Gins
– Hog Roast
The event will open at 2pm on Saturday 29th September. There are no tickets. Just come along and enjoy!
All proceeds from the Gin Bar will go to True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum.
By supporting this event you will be helping to ensure that True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum is able to continue to preserve the rich heritage of King’s Lynn and support the community through projects like our Dementia Awareness Project and World War One Commemoration.
Launch of Music and North End Exhibition
Ghost Walk (Private Hires also Available)
To celebrate Hallowe’en, we’re putting on a Ghost Walk on 30th October at 6pm.
Discover the ghostly history of some of the town’s most iconic places. Includes behind the scenes ghost tour of the Museum, Pilot Street, Tuesday Market and St Nicholas Chapel yard.
True’s Yard has previously been visited by ghost hunters and is reported to have over 30 ghosts in residence.
Tickets costs £5 and the tour should last 1 hour.
Not to be missed.
Numbers are limited so if you are interested please make sure you book early.
Contact True’s Yard on 01553 770479 or email@example.com
Launch of Scars of Wars Exhibition
Scars of War Commemorative Evening at Town Hall
Fashion Through the Ages – TBC
Friend’s of True’s Yard Christmas Lunch
Seniors (over 60) £2.50
Children (under 5′s go free) £1.50
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £6
Research Centre Free