Date: Friday 10th August 2018
To Life Theatre
'Solstice - Tales of Midsummer'
This is a beautiful original story of the magic and mystery of the summer solstice!
Think fairies, sorcery, magic, ancient kings and woodland nymphs
‘Are all our wishes ones that we want to be granted?’
It’s the Summer Solstice and spirits in the village are high as the residents prepare for the celebrations that evening, but there is one person finding celebrating difficult. Rosina’s chronically sick brother has shown no sign of improving despite all possible treatment from the village doctor.
Desperate to save her only remaining family member, she desperately investigates alternative ways to help him. In her search for a cure, she comes across some information on a magical ritual that claims to grant any wish when performed on the Summer Solstice.
Knowing that the elders of the village will never permit her to take on the dangerous tasks the ritual asks of her, she confides in two friends to try and convince them in joining her in her quest.
Though concerned about the potential danger involved, and sceptical that the magic spell Rosina tells them about even exists, the two friends reluctantly agree to join Rosina on her seemingly hopeless quest, knowing that she will never forgive herself if she didn’t at least try everything possible to help her sick brother.
Cover stories made up and told to their families and friends, and armed with materials ready to make their wishes, the three friends head off into the forest.
Who are the mystical creatures Rosina has heard about, and do they even exist?
Will she and her friends be in danger?
Who are the mythical woodland kings the village elders speak of?
Are all our wishes ones that we want to be granted?
Head down to Penlee Open Air Theatre to see this magical production - your little ones will be able to meet the Fairies after the show and receive a special gift!
Pre-Show Veggie Curry, Yoghurt & Naan Bread £5.00
( Only available to pre-order. No sales on the night )
NB. Tickets are non-refundable.
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Tickets in advance :
Adult : £10.00
Concessions : £7.00
Child : £5.00
Family : £26.00
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Penlee Park Open-Air Theatre
Penlee Theatre looks forward to welcoming you to a diverse range professional theatre and music through the summer season.
Concessions: Over65s, Under16s, Benefits.
[ Children under 3 (on a lap!) Free.]
Family : 2 Adults and 2 Under16s.
Group Rates : 10+ people get a 10% discount
(when bought as one order)
Refreshments available - Fresh Homemade Vegetable Curry with Naan Bread ( £5.00 ) is available for virtually all shows - Served before the Show starts, this must be booked in advance.
Hot & Cold drinks plus Snacks available at all performances.
All listed performances will feature a Licensed Bar.
Smoking - the Theatre's Seated area is a No Smoking Zone
Refunds are only given if a show is cancelled: performances will go ahead except in the worst of weather.
The information below only applies to an event being held at Penlee Park Open-Air Theatre.
Please check the information on each Event by clicking on Details
The gate opens 60 minutes before the scheduled start time.
Seating is provided.
Please bring whatever you need for a comfy and cosy experience: warm clothes, waterproofs, blankets, cushions, rugs, picnics etc but no umbrellas
Wheelchair access - there is full access but, as the surface is grass, it may be slippery when wet
Parking The nearest car park is above Penlee Park, entrance from Alverton Terrace. Other ample car parking close by
Dogs Well behaved, quiet dogs on a short lead are welcome but please bring your doggy bags.
The Open Air Theatre in Penlee Park had its first season in the early 1950s. It's in a beautifully sheltered setting, opposite the Cafe terrace of Penlee House & Gallery.