Schola Gladiatoria London is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected HEMA schools, established in 2001 by Matt Easton.
Where Can You Train With Schola Gladiatoria?
Schola Gladiatoria has two classes, in West London run by Matt Easton and Woking run by Lucy Easton.
The Schola Gladiatoria London school primarily focusses on the medieval fighting system of Fiore dei Liberi, with particular focus on dagger and longsword, and the British military systems for the use of sabre, cutlass and bayonet of the 19th century.
Schola Gladiatoria Woking, Surrey, predominantly focusses on British military sabre, Backsword and Sword and Buckler.
Why Train With Schola Gladiatoria?
Not only are we proud to be one of the best technical historical fencing clubs in the UK, but we are friendly, welcoming and inclusive.
And we get the results you want! Schola Gladiatoria has an impressive competition medal record dating all the way back to 2001 and has consulted TV and movie companies, as well as presenting at museums, schools and conventions. But we are also happy for our students to enjoy their martial arts journey for fun and fitness alone, if that’s what they want.
We are the hosts of FightCamp, the UK’s biggest HEMA event held in the Midlands, as well as Surrey based event Skirmish. Matt Easton also runs the scholagladiatoria YouTube channel, with over 350,000 subscribers.