STATELY HOME & MUSEUM PERFORMANCE
NATIONAL TRUST, ENGLISH HERITAGE sites and MUSEUMS
The Museum of London HISTORY MARATHON, Hampton Court Palace, Wallace Collection, the National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Kedleston Hall (BBC Georgian Festival), Bath Assembly Rooms, Sutton House, Oxburgh Hall, The Vyne, Theatre Royal Bury St.Edmunds, Fenton House, Cotehele, Saltram House, Donington-le-Heath Manor House, Chastleton, Buscot Park, Wheatley Manor House, Leeds Castle Museum, Bolton Castle, English Heritage weekend spectacular, The Holburne Museum Bath, Oxburgh Hall, Corinium Museum, Petworth House, Tredegar, Globe Theatre and the Foundling’s Hospital London.
THEMED HISTORICAL CONCERTS with or without period costume:
SIRINU: TUNES FOR TROUBLED TIMES (music from the English Civil War)
SIRINU: THE KNIGHT’S TALE (music from the time of William the Marshal 1150-1250)
SIRINU: MUSIC FOR AN OUTLAW (music for Robin and Marion)
SIRINU: ALL GOODLY SPORT (Music from the court of Henry VIII)
SIRINU: LET THEM EAT CAKE (the lead up to the French Revolution)
CHALEMIE COSTUMED PERFORMANCES
Sara has been a regular member of the period costumed ensemble CHALEMIE since 1998 when they toured Britain with their recreation of an early English Pantomime ‘The Hotchpotch Pantomime’. They ran their own Christmas Early Dance and Music Festival at the Purcell Room for some years and now run a Summer School in Oxford.
COSTUMED SHOWS FOR FAMILIES: ‘Jack Spriggins and the Amazing Bean’ – musical and theatrical adventure based on the 18th c. story of Jack and the Bean Stalk). ‘The Hotch- potch Pantomime – a comic recreation of an early 18thc pantomime with singing, dancing and acting.
HISTORICAL CHILDREN’S SHOWS FOR SCHOOLS
Shows last approximately 50 minutes and are aimed at children between 4-10. All shows have lots of audience participation and early instruments.
‘Mozart’s Birthday Party’ – it’s Mozart’s birthday but no one has come to help him celebrate his birthday. His sister Nannerl gets her thinking cap on and comes up with a brilliant solution.
‘Sir Goward the Coward and the Feasty Beasty’ – a Rumbustuous tale of Old England with lots of audience participation.
‘Little Bo Peep’ – Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep – can you help her to find them?
‘Mr. Fezziwig’s Ball’ – a Dickensian Christmas party at Mr Fezziwig’s to which all are invited! The only problem is, where is our host?
‘The King, the Minstrel and the Restless Jester’ – the old Minstrels are in uproar at Henry VIII’s court as the foreign musicians threaten to take over. A battle is about to start and your help is needed to decide what will happen.