Due to the Coronavirus restrictions we are unable to hold the Romans workshops at All Hallows this term. However, we are delighted to announce that an interactive online version of “Ultima Britannia” will be going ahead, with some extra scenes and opportunities for groups to take part in a series of classroom based activities during the drama.

The story is set in the London of 82AD in the spot where the church will one day stand. The characters and storyline, which support groups in learning KS2 Roman history, remain the same. Participants become Londoners of the time, becoming caught up in questions of the day - from how to design the very best décor for a new Roman house to when it might be right to rebel against those in power. And we have added some scenes which cast new light on the characters and action.
Click on the photo to see a clip of Lady Lucilla at home.

“Ultima Britannia” is now open for booking and available for groups to take part online. Because of generous grants from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage, the Derek Shuttleworth Educational Trust and the Worshipful Company of World Traders, we are delighted to be able to offer the project free of charge this year. Please go to www.ultimabritannia.co.uk for more details and email Clio's Company (info@clioscompany.co.uk) to book and be given a password to the drama section of the website.