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The Trial of Charles I

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Huntingdon Town Hall

53 High Street

Huntingdon

PE29 3AE

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A dramatised recreation of the trial of King Charles I by his Parliament, in the historic surroundings of Huntingdon's old courtroom.

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The Cromwell Museum is staging dramatised performances recreating the tumultuous events of the trial of King Charles I in January 1649, to be held in the atmospheric surroundings of one of the historic courtrooms in Huntingdon Town Hall.

Working with members of the Sealed Knot historical re-enactment society, and using original trial records from the Parliamentary Archives, the Museum has produced an edited and dramatised version of the trial, which will be recreated with all the key figures including King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell being played by amateur actors.

The trial is an immersive experience – so whilst there is a narrator who will introduce and interject into the performance, there will be members of the cast interspersed with the audience, who will heckle the trial and cause some disturbance, as the audience at the real trial did, so be warned!

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Huntingdon Town Hall

53 High Street

Huntingdon

PE29 3AE

United Kingdom

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