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Let us take you on a journey to a magical island. On this Island dwell Prospero, a magician who was once Duchess of Milan and her daughter Miranda. They were cast ashore here 12 years ago.

The island is also inhabited by spirits whom no one (apart from Prospero- and you) can see. They can play many roles and occasionally take shapes that mortals can see. There are many spirits but Prospero calls them all Ariel, and makes them do her will. Sometimes they are goddesses, sometimes hell hounds, sometimes dancers, sometimes they appear as waves or fire. They play music, they are mischievous, but always crave their freedom.

The Tempest - 16th, 17th and 18th May. More information about this block buster "Summer Pantomime" below!

 
THE TEMPEST
This is a production for those who enjoy a good story, but feel a bit daunted by Shakespeare. We have stripped back the text, and the story and characters shine out in this energetic, funny and magical show. We did the same last year with Romeo and Juliet, which was a sell out success. Tickets from Ticket Source or Easton's in Wigton.
Rock Concert with GAGE
Box Office:
Easton's in High Street Wigton
016973 42521
Diary  Dates
& Times
16th, 17th & 18th May - The Tempest 7.30

3rd June - Open Mic Night

6th July - Open Mic Night

9th July- Helen O'Grady Annual Showcase

20th July- Concert with Gage

3rd August- Open Mic Night

August - The Professor of Adventure with Peter Mcqueen (TBC)
He smelt like a mountain goat, chain-smoked Woodbines and lived in a cave. Millican Dalton was a mountain guide, philosopher and self-proclaimed inventor of shorts. Leaving his stifling city job, Millican dropped out before it became fashionable and set out to seek romance and freedom living amongst nature in cabins, tents and caves for the next fifty years of his life.
http://www.keswick.org/explore/history-culture/millican-dalton
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