Our current and forthcoming events are listed below.
We are thrilled to be hosting a pre-release event for a new Tudor novel, which includes scenes set in Dragon Hall. 'The Heretic' by Henry Vyner-Brooks is due to come out later this year. The plot is set around St Benet's Abbey, Norwich and Antwerp and follows the trials, fortunes and friendships of a Benedictine monk, his leprous brother, three destitute Anabaptist children and their imprisoned mother, an aged Dutch eel catcher and his blind sister, an ambitious abbot, a wayward novice and a teenage whore! There are also appearances by King Henry, Thomas Cromwell, Archbishop Cranmer and other notable historical figures.
Limited tickets are available to see Dragon Hall and meet costumed guides who will recount the history of the building. Also, meet the author of 'The Heretic'. The new book will be on sale and a paybar will be open.
6 - 8 pm
Tickets available through Heritage Open Days here
As part of this year's Heritage Open Days, Dragon Hall will be offering two free historical walking tours of King Street. Places are limited and must be pre-booked. Participants will also have the opportunity to see Dragon Hall, with the option to take part in a guided tour of the building itself at 2 pm. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy in Dragon Hall's garden.
King Street tours at 10.30 am and 12.30 pm
Booking through Heritage Open Days here