Theatre gets medieval
PUBLISHED: 15:04 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 17:24 16 August 2010
A PLAY following Merlin s quest to guide King Arthur in his search for the Holy Grail is to be performed in the grounds of a 14th century castle.
A PLAY following Merlin's quest to guide King Arthur in his search for the Holy Grail is to be performed in the grounds of a 14th century castle.
Chapterhouse Theatre Company presents Merlin the Magician at Kent's Scotney Castle tomorrow as part of its summer tour of 150 gardens throughout the UK.
Using music, dance, comedy and drama, the play portrays an exciting world of fearsome beasts and magical creatures where Merlin and the knights of Camelot embark on the most thrilling journey of their lives.
The play is part of Chapterhouse's five-play summer 10th anniversary tour, which includes Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream, Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility and the fairytale Cinderella.
The performance starts at 7pm with entry to the grounds from 6pm.
Audience members are invited to bring a picnic and rugs or low backed seating and refreshments will be available.
Tickets are £16, £8 for children, and free for under fives with a 10 per cent discount for parties of 10 or more.
Call the box office on 0844 249 1895.
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