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Booking The Medieval Combat Society


Contact Details:

(If you do not receive a reply within a couple of days then please do call)


What Do The MCS Do?

The MCS provide a medieval display of foot tournament combat with knights clad in plate and chain mail armour battling each other with a variety of weapons. The Medieval Combat Society can be booked for a variety of events and a form is included below, or please feel free to contact us for details.

combat of knights


Examples of previous events include: Banquets, Birthday parties, Carnivals, Castles, Charity Events, Corporate events, Educational Displays, Fetes, Festivals, Filming and Film Work, Fun days, Fund Raising Events, Historical Anniversaries, History Days, Manor Houses, Museums, Pageants, Photo Shoots, Schools, Sound Recording, Tournaments, Weddings, Bank Holidays, St George's day, Multi group Reenactments, Battle Anniversaries, costumed medieval interpreters.

Medieval Dancing

Those who take part are all unpaid volunteers who take part for the enjoyment of history and re-enactment, and have regular jobs, during the week. Most events occur at the weekend and special provision must be made for weekday or evening events.


Where Does the MCS perform?

The MCS Events Location Map

The above link provides a rough guide to where the MCS perform, primarily within the blue regions, but as you can see we have travelled outside of that region for certain special events. Our area of coverage is primarily southern to central England, but we can assist in locating groups in other regions of the UK or world. Please see the links page for additional information on event entertainers, caterers, promoting your event.Medieval Combat Society 2005 Group Photo

What Can We Provide?

Knights, Ladies, Squires, Pages, all in authentic Period Costume

Crowd safety; i.e. a double roped arena

Entertainment, shows normally last 40 minutes

PA for commentary and introductory music

The Medieval Combat Society has its own Public Liability Insurance

Risk assessment

Living History




What Do We Need?

The requirements vary according to the nature and size of event, but as a guideline:

30 metre x 30 metre grassed flat arena that will be usually used exclusively for combat, dancing and living history

Vehicular Access to the Arena

Preferably a camping area

Water and Toilets

Parking for about 10 cars

Archery requires a larger arena, contact us for details

Preferably the camping should be as close to the arena backdrop as possible

If in doubt contact us and we will see what we can do!



If you would like to use some of the MCS Pictures and Video footage for publicity for an event, then please do contact us.

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