Category: living history

  • Heirloom Arts Revival

    Surely you’ve noticed the trend. Everywhere you look, there is another micro business popping up with handmade, home grown, local, craft, organic, small batch… you name it. Historically rooted craftsmanship popping up everywhere.   This is not quite along the lines of running away to live with the Amish (though this guy did for a […]

  • York Mystery Plays: Medieval meets modern

    “Beginning, middle and end I with my word have wrought.” from The Plasterer’s Play: The Creation of the World to the Fifth Day (performed in 2018 by the York Guild of Building) I have heard here and there some attribute modern theatre (we’re spelling it the British way today) largely to the Elizabethan era, with the […]