Time traveling mode – 1920s


I’m really quite pleased with how this dress turned out. Looks well at the Hall, doesn’t it?

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  1. She looks gorgeous and the dress is great. How do you get your role? I mean how was she lucky enough to be one of the young ladies and not the scullery maid?

    • Jax Blunt says:

      Comment was moderated because of typo in your name (will fix on netbook).

      In this case they were setting up a new station – 1920s hadn’t been done before – so they worked it out between them. She was actually playing a real person, daughter of the family renting Kentwell in 1927. The rest were made up – a visiting tailor and his lad, an aunt chaperoning the group and so on.

      For the tudor events, we put in a form with our skills and preferences and we’re assigned a station, we then work out our own roles within.

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