Henry Tudor - Welsh Hero or Traitor?
With a great deal of help from Welsh soldiers at Bosworth Field, Henry beat Richard lll to become king of England.
The Welsh gentry liked him because he looked after them and made them even richer. The bards referred to him as the ‘Son of Prophecy’ because they thought a Welsh king of England would surely be good for Wales. As for the rest, the majority of the welsh people, life was tough and the king did very little to help them.
Meet Henry Tudor (VII) in this family friendly show. Learn more about the Welshman who became Kind of England and started a very important period in history – The Tudors.
Presenting Welsh history with fun and excitement.
NB: THE PERFORMANCE AT 11am WILL BE CONDUCTED IN WELSH.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
This production is brought to you by 'In Character' as part of the Children’s Festival of Welsh History.
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General Admission / Mynediad Cyffredinol
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Recommended for families with children age 5-11 (Guidance Only)
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English (The 11:00 performance will be conducted in Welsh)
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START / DECHRAU @ 13:00
FINISH / GORFFEN @ TBC
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ST FAGANS - NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY
St Fagans, Cardiff