12:00 Teel Hamish & Aislin - Storytellers: Tales of fantasy and adventure with a Celtic flavor.
12:30 Mystic Minstrels - Fiddle & Harp with a Fiery Celtic & Mediterranean Style.
1:00 Medieval Poetry Reading
2:00 Henry Martin - The Minstrel
2:30 Salomone Trio - Songs from Across Europe
3:00 Majesta Chanters - Sung Gregorian Chant
3:30 Medieval Poetry Reading
4:00 The Creepy Bard - Songs of Gallantry: Songs of gallantry meant to stir men to great deeds and ballads rife with metaphor and innuendo to make the ladies blush.
4:30 A Couple of Note - Traditional Music of the British Isles: Their music will take you back to a time when people's lives were truly connected to the rhythms and cycles of the earth.
5:00 Teel Harmish & Aislin - Storytellers: Tales of fantasy and adventure with a Celtic flavor
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle in Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire, England. It sits on a bend on the River Avon. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 within or adjacent to the Anglo-Saxon burh of Warwick. It was used as a fortification until the early 17th century, when Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978.
From 1088, the castle traditionally belonged to the Earl of Warwick, and it served as a symbol of his power. The castle was taken in 1153 by Henry of Anjou, later Henry II. It has been used to hold prisoners, including some from the Battle of Poitiers in the 14th century. Under the ownership of Richard Neville – also known as "Warwick the Kingmaker" – Warwick Castle was used in the 15th century to imprison the English king, Edward IV.
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