Life is short. Live in the past.


We plan events that recreate and celebrate the Regency era, the age of Jane Austen, of Admiral Nelson and Napoleon Bonaparte. Join us for one of our excursions into history, or call on us to make your wedding or other special occasion sparkle with the elegance of this beloved era. 

See below for upcoming ticketed events and visit our about us page for our private event-planning services.


Nothing to wear? Fear not! Visit our costumes page for information on renting, ordering, or making one - even with no budget or sewing skills!

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Six whole hours of Colin Firth on the big screen in the historic Capitol Theatre, secluded from modernity in the beautiful grounds of Fort Edmonton Park. Admission is free, but your donations do make this event possible, so they are much appreciated. Event page.

Pride & Prejudice Movie Marathon at Fort Edmonton, January 6th, 2017​

Step into your favourite Jane Austen novel, or Master in Commander film, and dance in the stunning Empire Ballroom of Edmonton's historic Macdonald Hotel.


No partner or dance experience required. 


Dance lessons offered in advance of the ball to learn the dances and arrive at the ball ready to party like it really is 1812. Event page.


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Pride & Prejudice Ball, Edmonton

January 21st, 2018 11am - 4pm

Karries Kostumes


Full details on the event page.


Dreaming of the #PrideandPrejudiceBall but wondering what you could wear? Come down to this #FREE event, and check out the wide selection of rental options, maybe get fitted for a custom outfit (less expensive than you might think), or just get some ideas and inspiration about something you might make yourself, or what to look for at the thrift store or in your own closet! 
Complete your outfit by picking up a pair of gloves, or a a fan, or make your own tiara or reticule at one of the workshops offered throughout the day. Many experts on site with lots of great advice and information about costuming and about the ball itself. here.

Regency Costume Fair