Little lords or ladies can learn noble ways at Castle Quarter’s half-term workshops


Castle Quarter is also hosting another free event this Easter, promising to give visitors a very royal experience.

Little lords and ladies are invited to immerse themselves in a free-to-attend workshop at Castle Quarter on Tuesday 9th April, where they will learn the graceful art of curtsying, master a regal walk, how to wave like a royal, dress up in crowns and much more.

There is no need to pre-book, simply pop along between 12pm and 4pm, bring your best royal self and be excited to learn what it really takes to transform into a noble lord or lady.

Gemma Hyde, marketing and administration manager at Castle Quarter says; “To celebrate the upcoming re-opening of Norwich Castle Keep, we’re adding a medieval
touch to our half-term activities. Little lords and ladies can learn royal etiquette at our workshop, before heading off on an adventurous trail around the centre, tracking down historical artefacts. It’s free, it’s fun, there’s no need to book, simply bring your best royal self. We look forward to seeing you all at our right royal experience this Easter.”

The lords and ladies workshop will take place at White Lion Square just outside Boots on the ground floor of Castle Quarter, where you can also collect a medieval trail sheet.