One of our members, Richie Parsons, who is a retired medical officer, provides specially tailored school workshops. Within the 10th Essex, Richie portrays the RAMC (Royal Army Medical Corp) and explains their origins and how the techniques have transferred into the modern army.
These are theatrical historical interpretations, depicting characters from World War I or II. They consist of a WW1 Private, a cook and a recruitment instructor to name a few.
These can be delivered to an audience in the first-person context in authentic uniform/costume with the use of accurate historical working props and scenery.
To read more and to book this unique opportunity to get up close to the equipment and uniforms of the periods then please visit – Parsons Period Presentations.