The Society Of Insignificant Re-Enactment Events is an historical re-enactment society committed to performing re-enactments of some of history's lesser-known moments; those not normally mentioned in the history books and considered by most historians to be 'insignificant'.
So far we have re-enacted such monumentally inconsequential events as the time Winston Churchill put his jumper on back to front, Charles Dicken's stepped in some dog dirt, and Florence Nightingale thought there was someone stood behind her when there wasn't.
To find out more about our society please take a look around the site. You will find details of our own history, our members, videos of previous work, and some academic essays and journals.
The SOIREE always welcomes new members and new opportunities to perform, if you are interested in joining or would like to book us for an event please get in touch.