Date: Friday 22nd June 2012
Mike Livesey’s unutterably spiffing version of Viv Stanshall’s ‘Sir Henry at Rawlinson End’, complete with live seven-piece band.
Based on Stanshall’s 1978 LP about the fictional history of Sir Henry Rawlinson and his stately home, Livesey slips seamlessly between his role as narrator and the varying weird and wonderful characters with a montage of puns, double-entendres, pop-culture references and all manner of clever wordplay.
Standard : £10.00
Concession : £8.50
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Golowan Festival, Penzance
Golowan was one of the last mid-Summer Festivals practiced in Cornwall.
In the 1890s, the Penzance government outlawed the Festival due to the rising insurance premiums for the towns business community. Traditionally blazing tar barrels had been paraded around the town's streets and the surrounding hills had bonfires set at the top, which were seen all around Mounts Bay and beyond.