Lady Brigante Presents…

“The history of York is the history of England.” ~ King George VI

With the coming of dusk and the door of the atelier closed for the day – it’s time to saddle up the horses as the celebrated miniaturist and storyteller Lady Brigante clad in her distinctive black feline boots enjoys another wander through the snickelways and secret passages of York in a quest to wake the dead.

‘Ordinary People. Extraordinary Deaths.’

And for those of a curious and hardy temperament – why not come along and listen to the Lady Brigante as she shares with you the tales of the illustrious, the miscreants, artists, misfits and those ordinary folk who have ALL been lost to history – until now!

‘The Song is Ended, But the Melody Lingers On.’ ~ Irving Berlin

However, for those of a sensitive nature who are averse to real stories of tears, heartache and tragedy – a meander through the fascinating streets of York with Lady B may NOT be to your taste.

Welcome to Death in a Chocolate Box!

Tuck into a ‘Chocolate Box’ walk with the Lady Brigante on the following days – 

* Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening FROM 7pm *

* Sunday morning FROM 9am *

Tickets £10 for adults and £5 for children. 

And for all of the ‘ChocBox’ offers, gossip, exciting discoveries and to grab ALL the scoop about Lady B’s unique walks, the place of rendezvous AND ticket availability.– subscribe to The Brigante Chronicles to bring forth EVERY snippet of chatter direct to your inbox!

In search of a unique present for a special someone? Our ‘ChocBox’ vouchers make a perfect gift.

Please be advised that our ‘Chocolate Box’ walks are NOT suitable for children under the age of 12 years. 

How Little Do We Know That Which We Are!’ ~ Don Juan

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