Shows at Public or Private Events
We hold public events up and down the country to bring the Viking period to life. These range from promotional events for museums and historical festivals to recreations of important historical battles of the time. You can see a list of upcoming events on the homepage, so come and see us if you want to learn more. So if you would like to hire us for a public or private event, find out more in the Bookings tab.
 Here are just some of our favourite shows from recent years. 
Here we are in strange attire the morning after the Society banquet on 3rd March 2018 in snowy Cotgrove when we were raised to a Herred of the Vikings by Hrothgar our Konungr. Congratulations everyone.
The Battle of Wareham at Corfe Castle. Saxon vs Vikingc 876AD. In 876, Wareham was captured by an army of Danes. Alfred the Great arrived with a Saxon army and made a treaty with the Danes, after which they withdrew.
The Battle of Stamford Bridge . Saxons vs Vikings 25th September 1066. The Battle of Stamford Bridge took place at the village of Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire, in England, on 25 September 1066, between an English army under King Harold Godwinson and an invading Norwegian force led by King Harald Hardrada and the English king's brother Tostig Godwinson. After a bloody battle, both Hardrada and Tostig, along with most of the Norwegians, were killed.
The Battle of Hastings. Fought on 14th October 1066 between the Norman-French Army of William Duke of Normandy and the Anglo-Saxon Army of King Harold Godwinson. It took place approximately 7miles NW of Hastings, close to the present day town of Battle in East sussex and was a decisive Norman Victory
Hever Castle. The year is 885. anglo-Saxon London has been restored following the treaty between Alfred and Guthrum. But the Danelaw pact is not yet signed. Fresh incursions of Vikings - new from the continent continue. a fortified Viking army lays siege to the Castle
To learn more, and to see a list of re-enactment events up and down the country, visit The Vikings event pages at :


Film and media work is great fun and hard work, but an important part of bringing the Vikings to a wider audience. Extras in the background, fight scenes, even spoken parts, for You Tube, video, theatre, or cinema releases, cameras or live audiences – we enjoy them all. Here are some excerpts from our most recent filming event in 2018.  

Private Events

eing a Viking is not all about shows. Sometimes we love to just get together as a group to recreate some of the excitement of Viking life away from the public gaze. Banquets, bonfires, sailing a longship, roleplaying stories from the sagas or fighting in the woods: here are some highlights of recent events we have been involved in, just for us.