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Image Three of three. This photograph was taken at the UWA Extension event ‘A Taste of the Medieval’, presented by Dr Margaret Dorey. The event commenced with a lecture on food in fourteenth and fifteenth century England, ending an…

Image Two of three. This photograph was taken at the UWA Extension event ‘A Taste of the Medieval’, presented by Dr Margaret Dorey. The event commenced with a lecture on food in fourteenth and fifteenth century England, ending an…

Image One of three. This photograph was taken at the UWA Extension event ‘A Taste of the Medieval’, presented by Dr Margaret Dorey. The event commenced with a lecture on food in fourteenth and fifteenth century England, ending an exercise…

This anonymous article in The Sydney Morning Herald on 30 November 1886 is a review of a musical performance about Alfred the Great. The cantata ‘Alfred’ was composed by Ebenezer Prout with a libretto by Mr Grist. The piece is based…

The Kingdom of Lochac is the name used by members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) for a fictional kingdom comprising Australia, New Zealand and their Antarctic territories. Lochac is one of nineteen kingdoms worldwide. Australia itself…

This article from The West Australian details a performance, by Miss Lorna McKean and Mr Vaughan Hanly, of Gustav Hoist’s four songs for voice and solo violin at the Kylie Club. The performance was unusual, it suggests, because modern audiences…

This photograph shows members of the musical group The Renaissance Players on the steps of a building in Gothic style at the University of Sydney. The photograph was taken in 1974 by Alex Ozolins for the Australian Information Service. Although…