This video was filmed for the Blood & Valour website and is the 1st in a series with Matt Beames and Marcus Pullen, the writer and illustrator behind new graphic novel ‘Blood & Valour’. In this episode we talk about the story of ‘Blood & Valour’ and the process of transforming medieval figures into graphic novel … More Blood & Valour: Behind The Voyage
The team behind Road To Agincourt is excited to announce that internationally-renowned Illustrator Guy Stauber is to design bespoke artwork for its latest project Blood & Valour, an all-new graphic novel set to be released Spring 2017. The artist, who is signed with top New York agent Richard Solomon Artists Representative LLC , is highly-regarded … More Top Marvel Illustrator To Design For New Comic Inspired By Legendary Southampton Character
The team behind Road To Agincourt is delighted to announce that the King’s Great Ships Trail is now fully interactive, thanks to the latest additions to the trail. The woodland path at Manor Farm and Country Park, which was launched in July at Road To Agincourt’s popular Medieval Weekend and supported by Tesco’s Bags of … More Interact With History On The King’s Great Ships Trail
We asked the team behind new comic book Blood & Valour, writer Matt Beames and illustrator Marcus Pullen, to explain the expansive storyline in under one minute! Find out how they get on with the task here.
An estimated 2,000 people turned out for the Road To Agincourt’s Medieval Weekend, which saw the Mayor of Eastleigh Cllr Des Scott officially open the King’s Great Ships Trail, a new accessible, interactive walkway at Manor Farm & Country Park, supported by Tesco Bags of Help. The family friendly Medieval Weekend featured a host of … More Big Turn Out For Launch of New Interactive Trail at Medieval Weekend
We caught up with Lynn Forest-Hill to find out more about her book ‘Bevis of Hampton’, a modern-day translation of the 14th-century middle-english poems. Discover all about her inspiration and why she thinks the local legend should be important to the people of Southampton. Music created for The Berry Theatre’s Road To Glory production, reproduced … More Lynn Forest-Hill – ‘Bevis of Hampton’
Professor Jon Adams talks with Dr Cheryl Butler about the Grace Dieu and how important she is to British and our local history. Find out more about how the once biggest ship in the world was constructed in the Southampton Docks and why she never managed to make it to the Battle of Agincourt.
Peter and Jen Hood explain more about their historical re-enactment group and what kind of activities they’ll be getting up to at Road To Agincourt’s Medieval Weekend.
This video was filmed for the Road To Agincourt project. In this, Dr Ian Friel continues his conversation about the Holy Ghost with Dr Cheryl Butler.
The team behind The Road To Agincourt is excited to announce The King’s Great Ships Trail, a new digital interactive walkway, will be officially launched at a FREE weekend of Medieval entertainment for all the family at Manor Farm and Country Park on the weekend of July 30 and 31. The woodland trail through Manor … More Free Family-friendly Fun at Medieval Weekend to Launch Interactive Trail