Our first event in 2012 was at the Wallace Collection, where we danced Negri's "Battaglia" as part of an evening performance by the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in conjunction with the exhibition of Renaissance Swords at the Wallace Collection. We then participated at a two day living history at the Vyne as part of the Hungerford Household followed in June by two days at Shaw House, Newbury.
We then had two events at CADW sites in Wales. In August we were at Tretower Court and then a month later at Raglan Castle demonstrating the preparations for a Jacobean Masque. Closer to home, we put on a beginners course followed by a concert performance of dancing as part of the Southampton Tudor Revels.
In 2011, we put on a set of performances in support of Dunstable's History Day 2011, followed on June 12 by participation in "A Dance through Time - A Cultural exploration of London's Music and Dance Heritage". This major collaborative work saw three dance groups recreating 16th and 17th century dances in the site the dances were named after.
Over the summer, we put on a weekend event of music and dance at Chepstow Castle, followed by a weekend charity event at Wolverton Manor and a one day event at Farnham Castle for the heritage open days.
In 2010 we performed at the Medieval Mayhem event at Ufton Court in May followed by a return visit to Chepstow Castle in June. July saw us providing music and dance for the British Museum "Renaissance Late" event held in conjunction with their "Italian Renaissance drawings" exhibition
Our Welsh tour followed in August with visits to Plas Mawr and Tretower Court. This was followed in September with participation in 2 events in the same day at Farnham Castle and the Vyne In support of the Mary Rose exhibition at the Willis Museum in Basingstoke, we provided music and dance for Tudor days at Basing House in October.