Tales, music and mystery at Pilton
TALES from the mist-enshrouded island of Britain and further afield await those who go along to enjoy an evening of storytelling and music at Pilton Village Hall in Barnstaple on Friday, December 11. Skilled tale spinners and musicians Dave Oliver and Paul Whittal of
TALES from the mist-enshrouded island of Britain and further afield await those who go along to enjoy an evening of storytelling and music at Pilton Village Hall in Barnstaple on Friday, December 11.
Skilled tale spinners and musicians Dave Oliver and Paul Whittal of the West Country's well known Rattlebox Theatre will regale their audience with a fascinating excursion into the past as they present Tales From the British Isles and Beyond.
Doors open at 7.15pm and the performance is at 8. Tickets cost �6.50 for adults and �5 for children and are available from Linacre's Pottery and Pilton Stores in Pilton Street. Hot snacks are included and a licensed bar is available. Proceeds from the event will go to the Pilton Festival.
Rattlebox Theatre is well known across the region for its vivid mythical and historical tales from the Tudors to King Arthur and his knights.
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But there are many tales in the Rattlebox quiver and with music as well Tales From the British Isles and Beyond should provide people of all ages with an entertaining evening to remember.
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