TV Tudor costumes on display

Tudor  31/01/11 ''Betty Trigg of The Mary Rose Museum with some of the costumes used in the making of the hit TV series, The Tudors.'Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (110345-2)
Tudor 31/01/11 ''Betty Trigg of The Mary Rose Museum with some of the costumes used in the making of the hit TV series, The Tudors.'Picture: Ian Hargreaves (110345-2)
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TO COINCIDE with the grand season finale of Emmy Award-winning TV series The Tudors, the Mary Rose 500 Appeal is showcasing some of the costumes for the very first time in the UK.

The collection, which includes Henry VIII’s orange and bronze war costume from the drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, is on display at the Mary Rose Museum’s AV Theatre until Thursday, March 31.

Entry can be gained with a ticket to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard or free via the museum shop where it is hoped the public will generously donate to the Mary Rose 500 Appeal to help build the new museum to open in 2012.

Other costumes on show will be those worn by Joss Stone as Anne of Cleves, Joely Richardson as Catherine Parr, Maria Doyle Kennedy as Catherine of Aragon, Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour, Tamzin Merchant as Catherine Howard and Claire MacCauley as Princess Elizabeth Tudor.