As a member of the Jane Austen Society I receive regular newsletters.
In the latest issue there was a brief mention of this year’s Beverley Georgian Festival.
“To celebrate both the 300th anniversary of Beverley Market Cross and the succession of King George I in 1714, a number of events and performances are being organised by the Beverley Georgia”n Festival committee , including re-enactments, displays of Georgian properties on Heritage weekend, period music, theatre, film, costume and cooking, with a masked banquet in the splendid setting of Beverley Minster, as well as film showings, food and hands-on craft activities.
The Beverley Georgian Festival will run from Saturday 13th September until Sunday 21st September 2014.”
There will be talks about Georgian domestic life (by a former Curator of Fairfax House) and Mary Wollstonecraft as well as a re-enactment of the proclamation of the accession of George I.
Many of the events are free and there are several catering for the young fans of the period.
For more information see http://www.beverleygeorgianfestival.co.uk/programme.html