The Dogs of War are a medieval re-enactment group based mainly in the Nottinghamshire area - we cover the high and late medieval periods and take part in many of the larger events around the country, as well as several shows a year at Nottingham Castle.
We take pride in the fact that our displays of combat are not choreographed - we train to fight instinctively. We also aim to pass on some of our knowledge of this period of time, both through narration during the show and more individual interaction with members of the public. An archery range is also provided for people to try their hand with a traditional English longbow. We also have a variety of living history displays including an apothecary, Gilbertine monk and a (blessed) cheesemaker.
All our shows are covered by a £5 million public liability insurance policy.
If you have any questions about the Dogs of War that are not answered here, or if you would like to enquire about booking a show, please get in touch via our contact page on the link above, or PM me
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