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Medieval times come alive at Trinity Cathedral's annual feast

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Huzzah! Medieval enthusiasts still have the chance to purchase a ticket to Trinity Cathedral's 32nd annual Medieval Feast to be held on Saturday, January 25 where they can enjoy a night of Medieval revelry in a setting of gothic grandeur. Trinity Cathedral is located in downtown Cleveland.

Trinity Cathedral Medieval Feast With a theme this year of "Robin Hood," guests will delight in an evening filled with period costumes, music, entertainment, food and drink.

Opening festivities begin at 7 p.m. in the Cathedral Hall with a mulled cider and wine reception followed by a procession of all participants into the Cathedral Nave.

Guests will then partake of a traditional multi-course Medieval feast accompanied by wine, ale or non-alcoholic beverages.. Special Note: Vegetarian selections are available.

The evening's interactive entertainment includes costumed strolling minstrels, magicians, jousters and jugglers.

And make sure you don't miss the unique ceremony of the Pig's Head that concludes the evening's rollicking festivities and is supposed to bring good luck to the participants. Here's a hint: Kiss the piggy!

The wearing of medieval costumes is not required but it is highly encouraged so that you will truly feel like you are part of the merrymaking.

Tickets for the January 25 Feast are $70 per person. Parking is free. Call 216-774-0420 to make reservations. For more information about the Medieval Feast or about Trinity Cathedral get online at

Proceeds from the Medieval Feast benefit Trinity Cathedral's Music & Arts Brownbag Concert series.

Trinity Cathedral is located at 2230 Euclid Ave. in downtown Cleveland.



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