Amy Jeffs

Amy Jeffs

Dr Amy Jeffs is an art historian specialising in the Middle Ages as well as an artist. In 2019, she gained a PhD in Art History from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, having studied for earlier degrees at the Courtauld Institute of Art and the University of Cambridge. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. She has researched medieval badges and pilgrim souvenirs at the British Museum and worked in the British Library's department of Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern manuscripts. Her writing is often accompanied by her own linocut and wood-engraved prints. She is a regular contributor to Country Life Magazine.

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  1. 53. STORYLAND: A NEW MYTHOLOGY OF BRITAIN
    53. STORYLAND: A NEW MYTHOLOGY OF BRITAIN

    Soaked in mist and old magic, the ancient stories of Britain begin between the Creation and Noah’s Flood, in an age when the earliest generation of giants walk the earth. Displaying the storytelling gift that kept our ancestors rapt by firelight, Amy Jeffs will breathe new life into enduring tales of extinction, homeland, parenthood, rebellion, love, loss, magic and faith. Following in the footsteps of Lear and Cordelia, of Arthur and Merlin, of Edward the Martyr and Gogmagog, she will take us through a still-recognisable landscape, featuring places known and characters half-remembered: Lear in Leicester, Joseph of Glastonbury, St Columba on the River Ness, Teneu in Glasgow and Bladud in Bath among them.

    Outdoor Programme Event

    The Outdoor Programme daily ticket gives you access to everything on the festival's massive Outdoor Programme. The child ticket is applicable for ages 5-15; Under 5’s are free

    We have talks on the IPGL and History Hit Outdoor Stages, the Living History encampments and static displays, Speaker's Corner talks, performances from the History Tellers and others, live music, two bars, the Emporium, book shops and numerous cafes and food stalls. Anyone with an Outdoor Programme ticket can access up to twenty-five different scheduled events on any one day, so it is truly great value.

    For those wishing to experience The Trench, Sword School and Children's Creative History events, these are ticketed separately and need to be pre-booked. Rides on the Vintage Fairground are payable at the ride.

    Tickets to individual events in the Hiscox and Smith & Williamson tents also provide access to the Outdoor Programme on that particular day (1 person per ticket).

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