King Uther is picturing a moment of history :
We are in year 1450. Richemont and his troops are coming back from Formigny, where they helped the French to defeat the Englishmen. This decisive battle helped terminate “the Hundred Years’ War”.
Back in Brittany, Richemont stops by his friend Rolland de Carné’s manor, the Duke of Brittany’s close friend.
Roi Uther cannot find a better place to host a medieval celebration. La Touche Carné, at Roc Saint-André, was called by locals “the court”, due to justice auditions and death sentences that took place.
Visitors discovered the daily life of a medieval campsite, English archers demos, weapon wielding. They can taste, during the dinner, old dishes flavours while listening to Waraok musicians or thinking of shopping at the market during the Médiévales.