Date: Saturday 24th February 2018
The Day-Light Group
Signs and Wonders
Tim & Athene (3 Daft Monkeys)
Live Music, illuminated landscape, projection and dance come to Carn Marth!As part of this Water themed festival of light and music we are excited to announce that the legendary Hanterhir will be performingtracks from their epic Carn Marth Lake inspired rock opera ‘The Saving of Caden.’ The extraordinary Tim and Athene from 3 Daft Monkeys will be getting us moving to their infectious dancing rhythms.
Signs and Wonders will be bathing Carn Marth in pools of rippling light. Let the ‘Spirit of Light’ an illuminated dancer and drummer lead you to a floating light installation and dancing projection skimming the surface of the lake. You will find lanterns, performances by the Day-Light Choir, and there will be hot food and drink available.
So wrap up warm, put your walking boots on, bring a torch and join us on our adventure as we shine a light on this challenging but stunning location.
Signs and Wonders- Light Spectacular:
Four elements, four communities and a host of artists combine to create a unique and spectacular Festival of Lights.
This is the third of four community events, to find out more about all the events, get involved in the workshops or join our volunteers, check out our website or follow us @daylightstday
Click Here to Book Online Now
Phone 01726 879500
Buy at Heartlands, Pool., Redruth
St Ives Visitor Information Centre
Tickets in advance :
Adult includes parking £8.50
Person Arriving On Foot : £3.50
Under16s : £3.50
Family : £20.50
Funded by Arts Council England, FEAST Cornwall, Bags of Help, Ground Work, Lanner Parish Council
Enter Tickets required below to book Online
Phone CRBO on 01726 879500
Buy over-the-counter at Tourist Offices in St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, St Mawes, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Looe, Liskeard & Launceston plus 'Heartlands'Pool Redruth or 'The Well House' in Fowey.
Carn Marth Trust
Carn Marth Trust
Carn Marth, a hill in West Cornwall, lies a couple of miles southeast of Redruth and is one of the series of ancient hills that run down the backbone of Cornwall stretching all the way to Lands End.
That they have attracted people through the ages is hardly a surprise. From before the Bronze Age they have been natural places of refuge, offering easily defended bases and view points out over what was the densely wooded landscape of prehistoric Britain.
In more recent times they have been perfect sites for beacons to warn of impending attack, mark victories and celebrations of all sorts.
Carn Marth Trust - Caring for land on Carn Marth for all to enjoy