Date: Thursday 9th April 2020
A folklore tale of a Mermaids curse, based on a story by Padstonian author, Enys Tregarthan, our Community Theatre company will be presenting an original Musical, based on this tragic folk tale, but link it to how tragedy can be averted in our seas, with practical advice on how we can really make a change with Beach Guardian.
Eco-warriors of international renown, they will be providing the materials for our rubbish reef make in schools, which will be displayed in the gardens of this glorious Elizabethan mansion, which will be lit up by projections by Lumatec Visuals.
Underwater splendour continues with illuminated scuptures by Reg Payn and Laura Frances Martin, (Bikelights, Festival of Light, Truro and Scilly), hanging from the lofty trees in the grounds.
Disabled access, Food & Drink available
Tickets in advance :
Everyone ages 13 or over : £12.50
Under13s : £5.00
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