The historical performance collective will take families back in time in its new online game experience, giving people an experience of life at Greenwich Palace.

Bringing to life the history of the Old Royal Naval College when
it was a palace built for Elizabeth of York, and later home to Henry VIII, this interactive zoom show is set to run in the afternoons during half term.

Come and meet Henry VIII’s mother, Elizabeth of York, as she visits her favourite palace at Greenwich to see how the new building work is going. There’s drama in the air with an upcoming Royal Wedding, construction and Henry’s 10th birthday party. Audiences can immerse themselves in
Tudor life, get involved in the story and try to impress the Queen as they follow this interactive online show.

Suitable for anyone who has missed visiting historical sites, Tudor Palace Palaver offers an opportunity to interact with history while learning at the same time.

Meanwhile, the Old Royal Naval College will also see a new exhibition Mischief and Misadventure, at the Old Royal Naval College by
renowned artist and illustrator Nick Ellwood, opening in spring and running until September.

To book tickets for Tudor Palace Palaver (16th to the 20th February) visit: https://ornc.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/32649?catID=32418&