Sir Fulke Greville’s Tomb

A short video explaining the significance of Sir Fulke Greville’s Tomb in St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Warwick. To find out more about the Fulke Greville Festival, head over to Update Follow this link to listen to a radio interview given on Mike Took’s show on Welcombe Radio Advertisements

Fulke Greville Festival

I’m proud to announce the launch of the first ever ‘Fulke Greville Festival’ which will run from 28 – 30 September 2018 in and around Alcester, Warwick and London. Consisting of talks, guided walks and a concert, this festival will celebrate the life and cultural legacy of this fascinating figure from Warwickshire’s past. Sir Fulke…… Continue reading Fulke Greville Festival

Sidney Journal Article

Image: Detail of a Tapestry by Francois Spiering, signed and dated 1604, hanging at Warwick Castle. (Note – This tapestry was almost certainly purchased by Sir Fulke Greville.) I am very happy to announce my article entitled “We scarcely call these things our own” – Sir Fulke Greville’s curious collection has just been published in the…… Continue reading Sidney Journal Article

Sir Fulke Greville – Collector, Builder, Gardener and Warwickshire Man

Lecture Wednesday 11th January 2017 Alcester and District Local History Society Commencing 8pm St. Benedict’s RC School, Alcester Non-members welcome   Sir Fulke Greville (1554-1628), born in Beauchamp Court, Alcester, lived through one of the most exciting periods of British history. He served at the courts of Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I, and…… Continue reading Sir Fulke Greville – Collector, Builder, Gardener and Warwickshire Man