A medieval spectacular is planned at Glastonbury Abbey over Easter weekend.
With a Grand Medieval Battle taking centre stage on both afternoons, it is set to be an action packed day out for all the family.
Knights, jesters, storytellers, musicians and a medieval encampment along with a themed market will also set the scene.
The Fayre starts at 10am on Saturday and Sunday although the abbey’s doors open at 9am each day.
Brad Lister, the abbey’s Events Manager, said: “There really is something for everyone from battles to watch, storytelling with puppets, musicians and the chance to have a go at archery. The weather forecasters are predicting a warm weekend so it really will be a great day out and will be bringing history to life.”
Visitors can save money and beat the queues by buying tickets in advance until midnight on Friday.
Tickets will be available on the gate – the gate prices are adults £15, child £10, concession £13 and for abbey members with a valid card £9 (£5 for children). A family ticket for £40 is also available. Abbey membership must be purchased by Friday to qualify for the membership rate.
10.00 Event opens - Obscurus Orbis perform in the Stage area
10.30 Jester show in the Jester arena
11.00 Dark Age Battle - The Vikings are coming - Main area
11.30 Dragon drummers in the Stage area
Puppet show in the Story telling area
12.00 Joust show - The Making of a King - Main arena
12.30 Dancing show Plymouth Medieval Society - Main Arena
13.00 Obscurus Orbis in the Stage area
13.30 Dragon Drummers in the Stage area & Story telling in the Story telling area
14.00. Jester show in the Jester arena
14.30 Medieval battle - All's fair in Love and War - Main Arena
15.00 Puppet show in the Story telling area & Obscurus Orbis in the Stage area
15.30 Joust show - Battle for the Kingdom - Main Arena
16.00 Jester show in the Jester arena
17.00 Event finish
Added: 16th April 2019