Imagine diving into the sea and finding a secret kingdom with people living in it!
This is what happened to Frank, a geeky amateur diver, who discovered Lyonesse, a land that sank beneath the waves during the times of King Arthur.
Frank has taken advantage of unusual tidal patterns to reach a part of the sea that has been hidden until now, but it won’t be long before other divers follow him and discover what’s been keeping him so busy under the water.
If Frank can prove the crown he has found on the seabed is Excalibaba, the crown of Lyonesse, legend tells us that this sunken, mystical land, once home to Tristan and Isolde, will rise to the surface once again.
Horrible Histories meets the world’s geekiest Indiana Jones in this hilarious new show with original songs.
Book tickets here; https://penleepark.ticketsolve.com/shows/873611202
Tickets are non-refundable. Gates Open 1 Hour before the Start time. Licensed Bar. Tea, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Ice-Creams & Snacks
You can also order delicious pre-show hot food.: (Must be pre-booked. No Sales at the event)
Veggie Curry (gluten and dairy free) with Naan and Yoghurt £5.50
Baked Jacket Potato with Veggie Curry £6.50
Baked Jacket Potato with Grated Cheese £5.50.
Smoking - the Theatre's Seating area is a No Smoking Zone
Refunds are only given if a show is cancelled: performances will go ahead except in the worst of weather.
Gates Open : The gate opens 60 minutes before the scheduled start time.
Seating is provided. Please bring whatever you need for a comfy and cosy experience: warm clothes, waterproofs, blankets, cushions, rugs, picnics etc but no umbrellas.
Wheelchair access - there is full access but, as the surface is grass, it may be slippery when wet.
Disabled / Blue Badge parking. There are 3 parking places near the Theatre. Drive in the Park entrance on Morrab Road. The spaces are on the left-hand side.
Car Parking The nearest car park is above Penlee Park, entrance from Alverton Road, TR18 4HE. The car park has 141 spaces, 4 of which are for Disabled Badge holders. Other ample car parking close by.
Dogs Well behaved, quiet dogs on a short lead are welcome but please bring your doggy bags.
The Open Air Theatre in Penlee Park had its first season in the early 1950s. It's in a beautifully sheltered, sylvan setting, opposite the Cafe terrace of Penlee House & Gallery.
Date: Saturday 30th May 2020
Location: Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance