Michaelmas offers a step back in time.
Byline: Kaiya Marjoribanks
Visitors are invited to step back in time to Stirling Castle's Royal Court and enjoy Michaelmas this weekend. Tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday, from noon until 4pm, visitors can watch ladies of the court perform renaissance dances, enjoy music, see impressive food displays, meet colourful characters and hear about the political double-dealings of the royal court.
Michaelmas is a traditional feast day that celebrates the collection of the harvest and is associated with the beginning of autumn.
Almost every Scottish monarch has either lived in Stirling Castle, or been crowned or died there and its history features WilliamWallace,Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie. Laura Gray, assistant events manager at Historic Environment Scotland, said:"Visitors will be swept up with cheer as they enjoy music, dance and feasting in a celebration fit for royalty."
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Elegant Visitors are invited to take a trip to Stirling Castle's Royal Court and enjoy Michaelmas
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|Publication:||Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland)|
|Date:||Sep 14, 2018|
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