Tristan & Yseult at the Hall for Cornwall

When Tristan & Yseult comes to Cornwall we're going to make sure it's a week not to be missed..

Leading up to the show, we're going to be doing some Connections programme work around Tristan & Yseult. This will involve walks and worksops, and subsidised tickets to targeted groups.

Wednesday pre-show love songs

On Wednesday 26th June, the fabulous 50 Degrees choir will be singing songs of love and heatbreak in the foyer from 6:45 - 7:15. They will be joined by some young people who have had a singing workshop as part of the Connections Programme. If you've got a ticket for the show, this event is absolutely free

Free Lowdown!

If you make a booking for the matinee on Thursday 27th June, you'll be able to attend the pre-show Lowdown at 12pm for free. This is a great opportunity to hear about the company and the process of making the show. Mike Shepherd, Joint Artistic Director of Kneehigh will lead the Lowdown, but other company members may be present. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions.

Saturday on the quay

On Saturday 29th June, some of the groups we've been working with will be at the Hall for Cornwall all afternoon, performing with Anna Maria Murphy, singing, and adding to the front of house exhibition we're planning, full of love letters to people and places. The Kneehigh Ramblers will also be popping up for some one-off performances throughout the day

Come to the matinee to see what the Connections programme is about and to join in with the Kneehigh whoopee! 

We want your love letters!

To make the exhibition at the Hall for Cornwall, we want your love letters! Received or written, from 100 years ago or from last week, on paper, by email, by pigeon, written to people or places. Don't send in originals as we won't be able to return them, but do email scans to office@kneehigh.co.uk, or drop in copies to our office

 

Tristan & Yseult

Tristan & Yseult

"If this show doesn't make you fall in love with theatre, there's no potion on Earth that can help you." ***** The Guardian

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