Pictured left, pipers play as The Privateers of the Dauntless climb the mast. Below, two fighters battle it out during the
armored combat grand challenge. Farther down the page you'll see Chris Yates on stilts (More Acts), an knight on horseback,
and tents at one of the faires many encampments.
Fifteenth/sixteenth Century Scottish Highland band of Mercenaries.
Clan Iain Abrach
Renaissance Guild specializing in 16th Century Highland Historical Re-enactment. We excel in portraying everyday life
Scottish traveling encampment of Fraser Earl of Lovat with a fair representation of crofter to Noble.
Cruinneachadh Nan Gaidheal
A group of first-person interpreters who portray the culture and lifestyle of the Highlanders and Islanders of Scotland in the 16th century.
Conglomeration of merchants /gamers/and street entertainers of mixed nationalities
A motley mix of formerly living Musicians & Dansers, here to say Danse Now or Forever Rest in Peace...
on going demonstrations of blacksmithing
Lifestyle and culture of Celtic Warriors during Caesar's campaigns in Gaul. [Gaesatae]
Guilde of Sainte Marie
Court of James VI, circa 1603 at the announcement of Elizabeth's death and the proclamation that he is now King of England as well.
Highland Trading Co
Privateers of the Dauntless – A dock of Dauntless, with barrels, crates, bails, sacks, etc, as cargo.
Knights of Mayhem
Jousters [More Jousting]
Les Femmes D'Affaire
Courtesans, Courtiers, Nobles, Rogues and lusty wenches and assorted servants
Myth & Magic
Gut busting comedy and jaw dropping illusions
Out Of Kontrol
4 person Improv Comedic juggling variety account
English or Scots peasant
Royal St. Gyles Lancers
Scottish Nobles with army of lance and sword carrying soldiers
St Andrews Guild
Portraying the Royal Court of Mary Queen of Scots
St. Columcilles: Warriors of the Red Hand
16th century Ulster Irish under the command of Sir Cormac MacBaron O'Neill, full brother to the Earl of Tyrone. Our time period ranges from 1580-1603 and encompassing the period before and during the Tyrone Rebellion
A group of travelers ranging from Noble to peasant from, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, England, Spain, France and the Netherlands.
Reenactment guild that portrays the emerging Scottish middle class during the renaissance.
Longbow Archery [St. Sebastians]
Merchants of the Phoenix
Traveling Merchants, selling goods from many trade routes. Many skills and things to be sold or bought.
The Free Artillery Company
Scotts and others Fighting on the continent or British Isles
The Guild of Santa Maria
An ambassadorial entourage from the Medici Court in Florence sent to call upon the Court of Mary Queen of Scots
The Guild of St. Martha
Welsh lower-middle class group with a merchant/knight as our patron
The Order of the Goldenrod
Guild of traders specializing in herbs of healing
The Rogue Fools
The Trayn'd Bande of the Blackfriars
Renaissance martial arts re-enactment group
The Villayge Idyots
Scottish and English street entertainers bent on causing all kinds of entertaining "trouble" in the streets of faire
Thistle House Actor's Guild
Period craft demonstrations with audience participation, period cooking demonstrations, weapons demonstrations, maritime craft demonstrations
Tobias the Adequate
Historical / Hysterical comedy / magic act featuring Tobias and his trunk of wonders
Tuath Raugh Erin
Travelers from Rathlin selling treasures that wash up on the beaches of our little isle
Vikings of Kyrbyr
Viking age steading-or settlement group-from the Hebridies around the year 950( +- 50 years)