Whalebone Bodies and French Farthingales: Clothing in Jacobean England
Time & Location
About The Event
Join Thomasin Fysshe, servant of Lady de Wylton, as she prepares her mistress' new wardrobe for presentation at the court of James I. During this first-person performance by historical interpreter and costumier Samantha Bullat, learn about the clothing of noble and not-so-noble women in the early 17th century, from silk damask gowns and lace ruffs to woolen cassocks and linen coifs. After the performance, Samantha will take questions from the audience and the reproduction clothing will be available to examine up close. This performance will be presented in Agecroft’s Great Hall.4
$10 per person. Advanced registration required.
- Clothing in Jacobean England$10$100$0