This spectacular local history theatre show takes the historical dispute over the deanship at Exeter Cathedral incident as a core storyline, with flashbacks to scenes of the conspirators, and then telling the story of King Edward visiting a local lord who was rumoured (incorrectly) to be implicated in the plot. The show is set in the lord's hall while he is holding a Christmas/ Midwinter celebration. Thus, this groundbreaking medieval show is filled with traditional medieval entertainment including mumming, carols, dance, gymnasts, and live harp and flute music, as well as a full scale play. The audience are seated as if in the hall as guests, thus adding to the flavour of a medieval “experience”.
7.00pm, Friday 11 January
Paignton TQ3 3BH
Tickets £5 adult, concessions £3.50 (under 16/ proof of means-tested benefits). More performances at Brixham on Saturday 12 January and Torquay on Sunday 13 January. For more information, visit southdevonplayers.weebly.com
Celebrate a medieval Christmas with South Devon Players
Date: Friday, January 11, 2013
Highly competitive salary
£40,000 - £65,000 + Benefits