Join us at The Museum of Norwich for two evenings inspired by the long-forgotten passions and rituals of medieval courtship – but with a modern twist.
A feast of entertainment in the heart of Norwich Lanes. Dance with Time Machine Disco in a twinkly courtyard. Enjoy performance poetry in the shadows of St Andrew’s church. Write a letter to your beloved. And rejoice in the romance of the medieval era...
This is The Art of Courtly Love. The Museum of Norwich will be open after dark for this special event.
No need to book, just drop by.
About The Museum of Norwich
The Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell has been a merchant’s house, a house of correction, a tobacco warehouse and a shoe factory. Now The Museum of Norwich tells the stories of the people who helped create our modern city.
The Museum of Norwich is part of Norfolk Museums Service , a multi-award-winning service comprising ten museums and a study centre. NMS is now regarded as one of the leaders in the museum sector and in 2017 was successful in its bid for continuing major investment from Arts Council England. From April 2018, NMS has been a National Portfolio Organisation for Arts Council England, one of only 45 out of 845 heritage and arts organisations in England to be awarded the highest level of support.
Norfolk Museums Service is a partnership between Norfolk County Council and Norfolk's district councils, funded through council tax, earned income and grants.
The Museum of Norwich, Bridewell Alley