Being seen to act in the "right way" was one of the keys to getting on in Elizabethan society. Knowing how to behave at the table and how to appear in public were vital and the Moretons would have followed the rules to the letter. Join Tudor historian Jane Moulder for a talk on how to behave like a Tudor – you never know, you may want to copy their style! Ticket includes a glass of wine or soft drink. Call 0344 249 1895 Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event. Park in the main car park and then walk to the front of the Hall where you will be met on the bridge. Please wear plenty of warm clothing; it is very cold in the Hall. Accessible to wheelchairs, accessible WC.
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