Date: Saturday 21st September 2019
Ember and Thorns
In a journey of self-discovery, we hope to take you on a voyage through the world created by today’s society and the struggles people face.
This is a story portraying the raw emotions we feel every day.
Lily is a struggling teen who has run away from her life.
She follows the flights of birds, the sounds of shadows and through her travels learns to find joy in the world again.
Her journey is an exploration of how bullying and social pressure affects us as humans growing up in a society where failure is punished.
This family show combines physical performance, dance, theatre and live music in an intensely woven piece of contemporary circus.
“It was inspiring to see young people with such passion and energy.” – Gee Witchall.
“Embers and Thorns is a truly amazing show. This was the best circus theatre experience I’ve ever had.” – Mark Willoughby.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, St Mawes, St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard , Launceston
Heartlands, Pool, Redruth
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The Acorn, Penzance is a small, independently run arts venue with charitable status, in the heart of Penzance, Cornwall.
Being an intimate and friendly venue has meant that it has become highly regarded by visiting artists and audiences alike. By presenting the best of small scale arts and entertainment The Acorn, Penzance is one of the longest running venues in Cornwall.
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Please note that, unless otherwise stated, a £1.00 Theatre Fund has been added to the price of all tickets to help maintain The Acorn as a community arts venue