Stirling Castle, 14 November 2014
Join us for the rare chance to enjoy one of Scotland’s oldest art forms. The Flyting of the warring makars William Dunbar and Walter Kennedy of 1504, which was originally performed in front of King James IV, will be brought back into the 21st century in a battle of wit, learning and language.
Learn more about 16th-century court life and also discover more about the Scots Language from Chris Robinson.
The Flyting is part of ‘Previously...Scotland’s History Festival’. For more information on the festival please visit www.historyfest.co.uk
Please note: This event features adult language and is not suitable for children
: £15 Adults and £10 Concessions (no child tickets for this performance). 10% discount on all tickets for Historic Scotland members
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Directions to Stirling Castle:
Leave M9 at Junction 10 and follow local road signs. Postcode FK8 1EJ.