…for this year’s Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre! We’ll be taking over the stunning Ludlow Castle this year on 26th & 27th November, embracing our inner mulled cider and hurdy-gurdy lover (who’s never that far away, let’s be honest. She’s got her outfit sorted already). I’d love to say winter feels incredibly far away… I’m assuming…
Head over to our Facebook page of the website to get your tickets for this year’s Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre on the 29th & 30th November.
This year’s Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre takes place on 29th & 30th November. It’s the 16th year of the event, and if you’re interested in applying for a stall at the event, just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack.
We’ve got £1 off all tickets if you head over to our Facebook page here this Friday to Sunday (13th – 15th September). Then head over here from Monday 16th September to buy your tickets in advance, and avoid the queues.
Applications are now open for this year’s Fayre. If you’re interested in applying for a space at this year’s event, just drop us an email on LMCF@dakinevents.com. – Richard Shakespeare
Alas, our love of alliteration wasn’t enough to stand up to some of the worst rain and flooding we’ve ever seen in the Castle. So at three hours notice, and thanks to the rather fantastic and accommodating people at the wonderful http://www.ludlowassemblyrooms.co.uk/, we decamped across the street for a fairly raucous and fantastically hilarious evening…
Fantastic! Join us in the inimitable surroundings of Ludlow Castle for an evening of comedy, now with a little Paul Tonkins thrown in. Get your tickets at http://www.seetickets.com/Event/COMEDY-IN-THE-CASTLE/Ludlow-Castle/648633.
We can’t wait!
We’ve got a limited number of tickets (castle walls and all that) so grab your tickets while you can here.
Racing along the length of those long marquees that look like ships pitched in the castle was a heady thrill at the age of 4, when scrambling over the castle with scraped knees and tangled hair was the height of adventure. 21 years later, and the running’s got a bit faster (though perhaps not as…