Beneath the Albion Sky is a Villages in Action event, performed by Write by Numbers. Mixing travelogue with historical fact (and fantasy), this is a walking story about our relationship with England’s past, the landscape around us and the things our bodies and imaginations do to cope with loss. One morning not very long ago Paul woke up, packed his bags and leaving his partner and his job behind, caught a train to Penzance. From here, armed only with a map found in his fathers belongings, he began to walk St Michaels Ley Line. Following the path of the sun from St Michaels Mount in Cornwall through the heart of Devon (Brentor, Lydford/Crediton/Holcombe Rogus) to the coast of Suffolk, he has been bewitched in Dartmoor, danced with Boudicca and, if we believe him, fought a dragon (or two). And now Paul is here to tell you the story.
Cannot recommend Beneath the Albion Sky strongly enough – cracking writing, heart-breaking performance – David Lockwood, Bike Shed Theatre.
Adults £8 and Children £6. Suitable for all ages over 12.
This event will actually take place in the Community Space – St John’s Church which has been cleverly adapted so that it can be used for much more than just Church services. The Community Space is just along the road from the Tally Ho. You can find out more about Beneath the Albion Sky by clicking on this link to the Littlehempston website.
Perhaps you’d like to drop into the Tally Ho before or after Beneath the Albion Sky ?