'What’s the Point?' – The Story of the Sword

Graham Harrison


Organisation:
Sun Jester
Region:
England
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Type:
Professional
Fee:
Paid: £75 plus travel @ 45p per mile up to 30 miles from Aylesbury
Category:
History
Updated:
30th May 2021
Tagged:
Swords | History | Military | War

All Sun Jester's talks and entertainments aim to enlighten, divert and amuse audiences of all sizes and ages.

From the Bronze Age to the present day, using handling examples from our own collection, this talk investigates the significance of swords in fact and fiction. It examines their design and adaptation to changing technology and use. A lively look at how we managed to kill each other in the age before gunpowder!

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About Graham Harrison

Sun Jester is a family business that offer a range of informal talks and entertainments for groups of all interests including after dinner entertainments. With a usual duration of 45–60 minutes, they can be adapted to suit requirements.

We have been working in the field of Heritage Education for over 25 years.

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“Sun Jester provides educational tours on a range of subjects including prehistory, poison, and princesses. Even to provide talks on one subject to such a significantly high standard would be incredible, but it seems Sun Jester can do talks on anything! Graham’s talk was brilliantly prepared, well-supplemented with images, and he seems to have a real passion for the subject which made the talk even more exciting.”


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