Britannia - the Arthurian Society
 
ABOUT BRITANNIA

Late Roman troops defend themselves during battleWelcome...

...to the webpages of Britannia.

The largest (and one of the oldest) re-enactment groups in the UK portraying the late Roman period.

See our impression of life and combat on a small island on the edge of a dying Roman Empire and the end of the Classical age.

Also - see provincial gladiators in action! It may be a long way from the Colosseum, but you will not be disappointed: A team consisting of criminals, barbarians and other prisoners of war, disgraced soldiers and thrill seekers will fight...for your entertainment!

Please click on one of the links above to learn more about us or here to read our latest and up-to-date news on our Facebook pages!

 

 

Voted  Reenactment Society of the Year by Military IllustratedVoted Reenactment Society of the Year
by Military Illustrated Magazine

 

 

`Britannia are a real pleasure to deal with, they are not only extremely knowledgeable about their subject but also so affable to work with and a good laugh which is most important on long shoot days. They are thoroughly professional and clearly love what they do. I would not hesitate to recommend them'.
(Adam Jenkins from BAFTA-award winning series Horrible Histories).

Britannia - `Thank you so much for the Games which exceeded all my expectations'.
(Jack Lohman, Director Museum of London, following Britannia's staging of the Gladiatorial Games at London's Guildhall Yard).

`Britannia stages dramatic, authentic reconstructions of gladiatorial combat, their costumes are astonishing and they're committed to making their battles look as bloodthirsty as possible'.
(Daily Express).

`Goodness, but it's violent out there and, after the warmup; in which gladiators cut the throats of a few, unresisting, condemned prisoners; the crowd goes wild'.
(The Guardian on Britannia's Guildhall Gladiator show).

`It really paid off having Britannia on set'.
(Neil Marshall, Director, Centurion).

`Britannia - the greatest gladiators in the Roman World'.
(Caroline Lawrence, author, The Roman Mysteries).