Vyncent atte Wodegate writes:
Greetings to all dancers of the Known World! I, Vyncent atte Wodegate, am pleased to bring you this news: On the evening of the feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (the 6th of August) at the Pennsic War, a revel will be held celebrating all manner of dance, be they put down on paper by the Frenchman Thoinot Arbeau, our good friend Signor Fabritio Caroso, the esteemed Signor Cesare Negri, or the dances that they call in England The Old Measures.
From the hour of nine until midnight, the tent shall be full of wonderful music, delights to enjoy on the banqueting table, and gracious lords and ladies to dance with. I have also recently received word that, by special arrangement, the group of noted musicians, Istanpitta, will be playing the music for the revel. It will prove quote an evening!
As ever, I remain,
Vyncent atte Wodegate
16th Century dress admired, not required. Istanpitta will be performing all of the music for the evening, and you are welcome to make any requests of them that you might fancy, either in between sets or at the end of the revel.