Overlooking the winding River Dove, Tutbury Castle presides over the beautiful Derbyshire hills. Its official origins began in 1071 as residence to the invading Norman conquerors and later best known as one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots. Once a powerful seat of medieval England that played host to many kings, Civil War in the 17th century left the dramatic ruins that we see today. Today the castle brings history to life, welcoming thousands of visitors every year to this magical site with historical re-enactment and events.
- Perfect for: All musical ensembles and performance groups
- Repertoire: Mixed
- Performance times: During special events throughout the year