A sumptuous banquet with live entertainment will return as part of September’s Medieval Faire at St Ives Showground.
Now in its fourth year, the St Ives Medieval Faire is a full re-creation of life in the Middle Ages, including jousting, a medieval village and markets.
On at St Ives Showground on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September, the Medieval Faire is expected to attract around 20,000 people.
As a prelude to the Faire, a delicious Medieval Feast will take place at the Dalmatia Club Terrey Hills on Friday 22 September from 7pm.
The Feast will include several courses of authentic food with a modern twist, specially brewed drinks and live entertainment including fire twirlers and medieval music.
Feast bookings are limited to 400 guests and discounted early bird bookings are available now at www.stivesmedievalfaire.com.au
After the Feast, Faire-goers can see attractions such as:
- a life-size trebuchet (a medieval siege attack weapon, similar to a catapult);
- traditional archery (demonstrations and lessons);
- kids activities including a knight’s academy, medieval animal farm, juggling workshops, medieval dance lessons, puppetry, craft and stories;
- the largest living medieval village in Sydney featuring more than 230 re-enactors, with groups from across the country traveling to St Ives to represent life from
- the Dark Ages through to the Renaissance;
- a medieval tavern stocked with a special release medieval beer
For more information and to book discounted early bird tickets for the Feast and the Faire visit www.stivesmedievalfaire.com.au
Media enquiries: Sally Williams Ku-ring-gai Council Ph: 9424 0982