ALL NEW LIVE ACTION SHOW SET TO SHOCK AND AWE 

PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE IN THE WARS OF THE ROSES 

EARLY BOOK OFFER – SAVE UP TO 30% OFF 2017 CASTLE SHORT BREAKS


War is coming to Warwick Castle in 2017! The battle cry has been raised and for over 50 selected dates from 27 May the pummeling of horses’ hooves and splintering of lances will reverberate around the ancient site, as the all-new Wars of the Roses Live jousting spectacle takes centre stage.

Now is the time to pledge allegiance to either the House of York or the House of Lancaster, two sides of the same fractured family who battled, besieged and betrayed each other for three bloody decades in the fifteenth century.  Across England, brother fought brother, cousin slayed cousin, all vying for the English crown. History books tell which side triumphed and who was slain, but now families can feel the heat of battle for themselves as their hearts pump for the glory of England.

A live action horseback battle with jaw-dropping special effects, the Wars of the Roses Live promises to be a fist-thumpingly spectacular show of knightly heroism demanding bold battle strategy and fearless fighting from both sides.

Book before 31 January 2017 to secure up to 30% off a Wars of the Roses themed short break including exclusive viewing for the Wars of the Roses Live and a sleepover in a mediaeval-themed riverside Woodland Lodge in the new Knight’s Village at Warwick Castle. Two days’ entrance to Warwick Castle with its attractions and shows; a hearty breakfast – ideal for facing battle undaunted; and car parking are included. Prices start from £40 pppn based on a family of four sharing a Woodland Lodge, just a few paces from the new show arena.  

Book now at Warwick Castle War of the Roses for the best price guarantee.

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