Agincourt 2015

Agincourt-2015

The Centre Historique Medieval at Agincourt has a packed programme of fun events for 2015, the 600th anniversary of the famous and bloody battle of Agincourt.

From playmobil battle scenes to concerts and military shows featuring parachute jumps, a visit to Agincourt this year is sure to bring surprises and fun.

Agincourt Programme of events 2015

1 March to 1 June 
Exhibition: Agincourt and its surroundings during the First World War

18 and 19 April
Fashion in the Middle Ages

Medieval costumes exhibition, conference and workshops

16,17 and 18 May
The Battle of Agincourt – presented with Playmobils including specially designed banners for the occasion!

23 and 24 May
“Honor Longbow” European Longbow Competition

13 June
Conference “Judicature in the middle ages – from the crime scene to the lawsuit”

25 and 26 July
Medieval Festival, a re-enactment of the battle of Agincourt featuring hundreds of re-enactors.

18 September
Concert of medieval songs.

19-26 October
History of the Military Police presented with Playmobil figures.

19 October to end December
Exhibition “Origins of the French Military Police”.

24 October
Gala Concert by the Gendarmerie orchestra at Hesdin (close by).

Exhibition of the trades of the French Army at Agincourt.

25 October
Remembrance ceremony, military show, Groupe d’Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale parachute jumps on the battlefield, riders from the Republican Guard and more

5 November
Day of study “Around Azincourt- Society faces War, England, France and Burgundy.

Website for details: www.azincourt1415.fr 

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