Simon Waterfield, Historical Interpretation

About the author and performer

Simon Waterfield has been a medieval re-enactor for several years portraying an archer. He makes bows and arrows as part of his living history display and talks about life in general, an archer’s in particular and warfare from an archer’s point of view.

Simon Waterfield is a member of several Amateur Dramatic groups as both an actor and technical designer and operator, winning several awards for both his acting and technical work.

Using his experiences as re-enactor, actor, and drawing on family history, Simon has developed his monologues to illustrate how great historical events are seen from an ordinary person’s point of view.
Other monologues are in preparation and other stories can be devised set in many different time periods, to suit a client’s particular needs.

Simon is also offering to write and perform stories to suit clients needs in terms of person / location / event, to suit any client.
Although to date Simon has performed these himself, it is possible for someone else to purchase the license from Simon in order to perform the monologues themselves.
His clients (so far) include –

Paladins of Chivalry, the premier Hundred Year War re-enactment group
Black Knight Historical
Historic Equitation Ltd
Pike and Shot Events Ltd
Arundel International Jousting Tournament
National Trust
Eastbourne Museum / Redoubt Fortress / Eastbourne Borough Council
Beckenham Theatre Centre
South London Theatre
Beckenham Arts Festival

English Heritage

Beckenham Wordfest / Harris Academy

Sudeley Castle via Black Knight Historical

Museum of East Anglia Life via Black Knight Historical

South Somerset District Council

Maidstone Freemasons

Parish of St Mary’s, Menai Bridge

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