English History Resources from The Henry Tudor Drama Company

Ray Irving of the Henry Tudor Drama Company recently sent along this press release.

The HenryTudor drama company has now been successfully operating throughout the UK

for two years building up to over 250 bookings per year. Mainly schools and Tudor

halls have been the customer base but a good spread of Castles and TV work; have

made the company a well known enterprise. The company website www.HenryTudor.co.uk

has had 60,000 visitors in two years and the expected third year total is to top

100,000. The design of the website has been to offer anybody free activities with a

Tudor theme, there are 100 free kits to make, 300 free Historical files to download

and anybody can email a question in to Henry. Just think of it, ask Henry an actual

question and get a factual answer!

Expansion into other Historical Monarchs is now on the agenda, we already have Queen

Elizabeth I with her very own website www.ElizabethTudor.co.uk up and running. We

also have a very successful Tudor magazine called Tudor Dynasty and it gets many

hits from www.TudorDynasty.co.uk . The Queen Mary I, King Edward VI, Lady Jane Grey,

Mary Queen of Scots are on the web and are being developed as presently.

See these websites:





To establish an actual meeting place for all Tudor enthusiasts we have created our

own worldwide site for the first Tudor Society. www.TudorRoyal.com

To provide pictures of British Castles taken from all angles and positions by

members of the Drama Company whilst touring the country, we have created

www.TheCastleKeeper.com and to cap it off, we write a travel journal and review

restaurants throughout the UK with www.SecretDiner.co.uk

This is not an advertisement, it is information. We hope you will visit our main

website and download kits, pictures and files freely, we hope you will read our

magazine and contribute an article or two. We are happy to travel and entertain the

public with our interpretation of English History and would like to visit more and

more castles and houses to add to the websites. It really is fun.

Thank you for your time

Henry Tudor


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