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
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.
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.
Ahead of the Medieval Weekend in July 2016, we released an event teaser trailer highlighting the activities that would be seen at the festival.
An online how-to guide for those interested in Road To Agincourt’s ingenious interactive map.
The Road To Agncourt team went along to a workshop to uncover how spinning and weaving has changed since the days of Henry V. This highlight reel shows what members get up to during their monthly meetings.
This video was filmed for the Road To Agincourt project. Dr Ian Friel and Dr Cheryl Butler talk more about one of Henry’s great ships The Holy Ghost and the possibility that it might be buried alongside the Grace Dieu along the bottom of the River Hamble. (Part 1 of 4)