Graham spent many years as a member of the British Army and is therefore trained in modern ceremonial drill movements. He is also able to portray and train others in relevant period drill for each era. He has a keen eye for accuracy in all aspects of any interpretation.
Wherever possible we use original clothing and equipment and if not available we use historically accurate reproductions in order to provide the most authentic experience we can.
Graham also gives entertaining and educational talks or “show and tell” sessions on a variety of subjects and has featured in quite a number of television productions including Downton Abbey and as a medical military history expert for Instruments of Death on UKTV’s Yesterday Channel.
With contacts throughout the living history and re-enactment community, we are able to source experienced and authentic team members to cater for larger events.
Please contact us to make a booking or to see how we can help with your next event
Living Military History provide authentic historical portrayals for heritage and community events. We specialise in British medical military interpretations including First and Second World War Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, Princess Christians Army Nursing Reserve from the Boer War, and RAF Medical Services. All of these date from the late 1800s to the present day. We also portray Home Guard, Home Front, Womens Land Army from both world wars, and Victorian Era civilian and military.
Living Military History is able to provide a substantial display as an individual with Graham's extensive collection of original uniforms and equipment. His Military and Medical Displays can be seen at many major events in the UK and abroad. Canvas tentage, including some original WW1 and WW2 tents are available for outside display.
We have a diverse arsenal of expertise which enable us to provide a number of research, consultancy and event services from archival research, living history workshops and battlefield tours to the identification and dating of military photographs and artifacts.
“Perfectly placed for complete historical accuracy!”
Country House Sunday, ITV