Tudor Medicines and Cures with Terry John

Terry John will be giving a talk on Tudor Medicines and Cures at 7.30 on 25th January. The treatment of illness during the Medieval and Tudor periods was based on ancient Greek texts and tried and tested remedies. This evenings talk will explain how to keep healthy, Tudor style. It’s kill or cure!
Tickets are £5 and refreshments will be available

Tudor-Themed Murder Mystery Evening

On Friday February 16th at 7pm we will be hosting a Tudor-themed Murder Mystery evening performed by Harvey Mysteries.

“It’s 1497, St. Valentine’s Night at Narberth Castle, and Sir Rhys ap Thomas is hosting a magnificent feast for all the fine folk of that illustrious town. But the great man is mysteriously absent, “on king’s business” – leaving his hard-pressed wife to organize the night’s festivities. In the midst of her preparations, a murder is committed!” You as guests will be asked to help solve this most heinous crime.
Tudor dress is optional, or come attired in your best gown, Sherlock Holmes hat, Poirot moustache, or clutching your magnifying glass.
La Volta, talented local musicians, will entertain you by playing on their authentic historical instruments.

Tickets cost £10.00 each to include ‘pottage and pudding’ and are available from the Museum.

The Tudor Spice Box

Our Tudor season continues with a talk on the flavours and aromas of the Tudor Spice Box.
On Thursday 22nd February at 7.30pm, Terry John will be discussing how these valuable, much sought after ingredients were used, not just in cooking, as well as how they reached the wealthiest Tudor tables.
Tickets are £5.00 and refreshments are available.