Date: Saturday 17th August 2019
Cheap Date Dance Company
Our living, breathing staircase.
The stories trodden into our stairs tell tales of mischief, uncertainty and adventure.
Our stairs don’t like to sit still for too long, they often have a mind of their own.
Inspired by original and iconic literature on the theme of stairs, featuring writing from award winning poets such as Luke Wright and The Cornish Writer – Taran Spalding Jenkin. Iconic literature such as A.A.Milne’s ‘Halfway Down’ is also used to inspire the work.
Watch our dancers explore how the staircases that we tread lead to everywhere and nowhere all at once, in this unique performance which is one for all the family.
Hot & Cold Drinks plus a simple Licensed Bar - Beers, Wines & Cider - will be available
You're welcome to bring picnics etc.
Advance booking is very strongly preferred. For that reason, On-The-Door Tickets will be £3.00 Extra
NB There is only very limited Car Parking space at Carn Marth - which has to be 'Last In, First Out' - so, please, walk to Carn Marth, Car Share or be prepared to park on nearby roads.
Tickets in advance
Adults : £12.00
Over65s : £6.00
Child Under16s : £3.00
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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