|Lucy Adlington took an English degree from Cambridge University and an MA in Medieval Studies from the University of York.
After 15 years running unique hands-on history workshops and presentations for museums, schools and heritage sites, Lucy now specialises in costume history, with a passion for the early 20th Century. She collects 19th- and 20th-century costume.
She also writes history-inspired fiction for young adults. Her first four novels are published by Hodder Children's Books.
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|Actress Lucy Ridley looks rather serious in this photograph, but don't be fooled!|
|Graduate of a Clown & Comedy summer school, and experienced performer with Theatre Hullabaloo and No Limits Theatre Company, the 'Other Lucy' (as she's known) is a lively and likeable presenter. She adores fifties clothing and was married in a stunning fifties-style dress.
Gary Goldthorpe is an experienced and well-liked actor with an impressive array of roles undertaken, including Sherlock Holmes, Dick Turpin and even one of the famous Wright brothers, of aviation fame.
|He currently runs a thrillingly witty ghost tour in York.
Meridith Towne - please call her Merry - followed her archaeology degree with a year working for York Archaeological Trust and a post graduate certificate in Historical Costume for the Stage at The Northern College of Costume. She has worked making costumes at The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, Cosprop in London and Opera North in Leeds. She has a passionate interest in the fashion of the Edwardian era in particular.