Brother William will be on tour again this year. He will be breathing life into ancient Medieval Stories, Myths and Legends. The characters will come out of the books by way of costumes donned by volunteers in the audience. Real armour and museum reproductions enhance the experience. Stories such as: King Arthur; Robin Hood; and Vikings - can be chosen for your event.
Two experienced Story Tellers take part in this 30 minute or 60 minute show.
The Battle of Hastings
Four to Six Knights from various time periods compete in a Medieval Tournament. With each victory the Knight gets one step closer to the Final Match, where the Victor is crowned Kings Champion, Protector of the Realm.
Four to Six Knights, Knight Marshal, Squire, MC, and DJ take part in this 45 minute show that is performed twice daily.
Blades of Glory provides all entertainment for a Medieval Festival in your town or city. Performers include: Medieval Dancing (interactive), Reptile or Falconry show, Story Telling, Medieval Weapons Display and show, Medieval Armour Display & Show, Face painting, Western Medieval Martial Arts Display (Sword Fighting School), "Challenge a Knight" for children to fight one of our knights, Medieval gift shop, and of course the Blades of Glory Knights will provide fighting shows throughout the day. Our DJ provides medieval background music to enhance the experience.
Three 30 minute skits highlighting important Canadian History events.
1. The Vikings are Coming! 500 years before Columbus. Volunteers are used to show off various Viking armour and Weapons. Two skits are done showing the impact they had on the local natives.
2. Jacques Cartier. The French claim land while the Iroquois stand by watching, but not passively. The impact that Europeans had on the Natives.
3. Samuel de Champlain. The Fur trade, the first European village in the New World which culminates in an unforgettable Battle with the Iroquois.
4. Adam Dollard and the Battle of Long Sault. The Hero of New France in 1670 lives again in this Historical skit.
5. Laura Secord skit. How did an 1812 heroine become a chocolate mogul.
Audience participation, costumes and humour play a big part in these Canadian Cultural Historical Presentations.
Three different 30 minute shows are performed daily.
If you have any questions or require more information, please contact us: (705) 653-4144