Shrouded in mystery and lost to the mists of time, Wolfhall is a testimony to the rise and fall of the Seymour family, so crucial to the Tudor Monarchy and the history of England itself. On Friday evening June 30th the Friends of Wolfhall and the Bruce-Binney family (descendants of the Seymours and the 32nd generation to own Wolfhall) are proud to invite you to join them at Wolfhall. Hosted by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, the evening will include the glorious music from the award-winning TV series, perfomed by Philip Dukes (viola) and friends. Philip Dukes performed on the original soundtrack and will introduce the music, reflecting on the fascinating collaboration with composer Debbie Wiseman and Director Peter Kosminsky. Plus exclusive talks and interviews from two of Britain's leading archaeologists and historians, Graham Bathe and Robin Holley.
This is a one-off opportunity to find out more about our exciting discoveries so far and how you can join us on the unique journey as we bring the real Wolfhall and its hugely romantic family back to life. Admission only available by pre-booked tickets.