Join us in C12th France and take your seat in the public gallery at Eleanor of Aquitaine’s ‘Courts of Love’. Eleanor of Aquitaine (1137-1152) was one of the most powerful and influential figures of the Middle Ages and Queen of both France and England. Her legendary Courts of Love were said to have established and preserved many of the rituals of courtly love and chivalry- and had a far-reaching influence on literature, poetry, music and folklore.
Join Eleanor, her daughter Marie and a cast of courtiers, as they hear and resolve age-old affairs of the heart brought for the judgement of ‘The Courts of Love’.
‘The Courts of Love’ is written by Class Teacher, Mr Dunne’. Please come and show the Class your support.