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Eslite d’ Corps: Premier 14th C Reenactment are a living history group based in the outer Brisbane suburb of Redcliffe North. The group were founded in 2006 and are headed by ‘Sir Justyn Webb’. Eslite d’ Corp is based on a…

Nina Levy’s review of Graeme Murphy’s production of Sergei Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet by the Australian Ballet appeared in the online version of The West Australian newspaper on October 12, 2012. It includes a photograph by Jeff…

Information for primary and high school students about the history of medieval dance.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic University to the ‘Arts and…

Australian Morris Ring is an organisation that represents Australian Morris dancers. It represents ‘sides’, or Morris dancing teams, in all Australian states and territories except the Northern Territory. The groups perform the Cotswold,…

Longford Morris Dancers are a group of Morris Dancers who, although associated with the town of Longford, rehearse in the city of Launceston in Tasmania. The group perform the Cotswold and Borders (the border between Wales and England) versions of…

Medieval Education: Medieval and Ancient Programs for Schools are run by Multisensory Education Pty. Ltd., who is based in Melbourne. The group offer educational programs for schools in Victoria. They have a comprehensive array of Medieval Activity…

Maypoles and the folk dance associated with them are a popular event, often involving children, at festivals throughout Australia. The origins, and possible symbolism, of Maypole dancing are uncertain but they can be traced back at least as far as…

History Alive: A Journey Through Time is a re-enactment weekend event held by The Queensland Living History Federation (QLHF). The event is held at Fort Lytton National Park and features re-enactment groups covering the period from the Roman Empire…