Recently, three guest posters have invited readers to attend Georgian and Regency events in Canada and England.
Since those opportunities are swiftly approaching, I thought this was an opportune time to remind you of the wonderful opportunities available, should you fancy dining, dancing or dallying with a highwayman!
A Regency Ball in 21st Century Canada
There's still time to attend Regency dance classes and a marvellous ball in Canada; even if you can't attend, Tara Rout's post contains some beautiful images of previous events and a short film showcasing the experience!
Georgian Dining Academy
If you're in London, you could hardly do better than join City of London guides and glorious Georgians, Miss Kitty Pridden and Miss Tina Baxter, for the Georgian Dining Academy. In the historic surroundings of Simpson's Tavern you'll enjoy the finest 18th century dining and entertainment the city can offer!
Tony Rotherham is offering readers the chance to be part of an exciting new film, telling the true story of Dick Turpin. Not such a dandy highwayman after all, roles are available in front of the camera as well as behind; this is a fantastic opportunity to be involved in the film from the very beginning!