Winter Wood Promo
Winter Wood Images – Catherine Frowd Photography
Winter Wood Shows
No shows booked at the moment.
Winter Wood 2014
(Listed in The Guardian
Step this way, through the trees
Experience the Winter Wood
Follow the path deeper in as stories weave their magic and the imaginary comes to life.
The Winter Wood is a theatrical festive woodland adventure through the beautiful trees of Tehidy Woods.
Created by Cornwall’s highly visual Rogue Theatre, The Winter Wood is an adventure for Families and those who still believe in Magic.
Pass through the Woodland Gate and follow the twisting path.
Let the faeries and woodland spirits lead the way with stories and songs.
Follow the enchanted path until you reach Old Man Winter’s Travelling Theatre Tent, an extravaganza of entertainment, a spectacle of festive marvels.
There will be a show with live music, festive stories, winter wonders, free hot chocolate, a warm place to relax, sparkly face painting and the chance to make your own traditional winter decoration to take home.
With new stories for 2014.
www.roguetheatre.co.uk|Info – 07837561483
The adventure happens twice a day on these dates with a 4pm show and a 6.30pm show, with an additional 1pm show on selected dates (marked *).
12, 13*, 14*, 15, 16,
18, 19*, 20*, 21*, 22*, 23*, 24*
26*, 27*, 28, 29, 30
Tehidy Woods North Cliffs Entrance Near Portreath.
Leave the A30 at the Porthtowan and Redruth Exit. Follow signs to Portreath. Drive through the village and up the hill following signs for Gwithian and Hayle. After a mile or so you will pass the Tehidy North Cliffs entrance. Follow signs for The Winter Wood!
Tickets – £7.50 per person. 3 years and under are free. (Maximum of 2 under 3’s per adult)
Tickets include everything…hot chocolate, face painting, parking, decoration making…
School and group bookings are welcome! We can also arrange exclusive events timed to suit the timings of the school day.
Book Tickets – www.crbo.co.uk or 01726 879500
Disabled Access can be arranged on 07837561483 or email@example.com
Bring a torch, a warm coat, wellies, and a sense of adventure!
The path twists and turns and is bumpy under foot but should be fine for a rugged buggy!