Dead Of Night Dance Gallery
- 20/10/18 - 31/10/18 NORTH CLIFFS at TEHIDY WOODS BUY TICKETS
Dead of Night Dance 2018.
With Brand New Stories.
A Halloween celebration in the heart of the woods.
With all new dead good stories to tickle your ribs, thrill your spirits and chill your bones!
Spirits of all ages welcome.
The Dead of Night Dance is a wicked and wonderful Halloween celebration with theatre and adventure, thrills, frights, delights and dancing. Journey deep into the forest to the land of the rapturously dead where a collection of comic, wicked and sheer ghostly short stories play out on Mrs Logan’s stage in the underworld!
And at the end a party where the land of the dead truly comes to life!
With a wild blend of imagination, magic and Halloween humour the celebration mixes live music, storytelling, dance and a twist of spectacle.
And this year, stepping into the light, for your delight, a bitter bridesmaid who was never a bride, a wicked doll, a return trip to check in on the Belchers at the Sacred Wood Hardware Store, a possessed town gripped by dance fever, some stinky mermaids and a voodoo curse from foreign shores.
The adventure follows a path through the woods into the land of the dead and ends in our wonderful stretch canvas tent, so dress for the weather of this world and the cold of the underworld.
The Dead of Night Dance is designed for brave adventurers of all ages.
The atmosphere is playful, comic and spooky…and you will be in the woods at Halloween after all!
“Halloween is my favourite time of year. When the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest, thin enough to let a few ghouls ghost on out, thin enough to let a few of the living waltz on in, and each year The Dead of Night Dance just gets more wickedly brilliant. See you at the gates to the land of the dead for one of the best nights of your life!” Mr Logan – Your friendly local undertaker.
Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, witches, beasts and possessed souls all welcome.
Fancy dress, fangs and pumpkins are encouraged (all ages).
There will be free face painting in the underworld for those not already transformed.
All are welcome, from this world and the other!
Reasonably priced hot refreshments, cold drinks, beer, wine, cider and of course vegetable woodland stew from a bubbling cauldron (with a Halloween pumpkin twist) will be available to buy.
Toilets are situated near the performance area.
For your woodland adventure we recommend you bring a blanket to sit on, a warm and waterproof coat, shoes for adventure (wellies if it has been raining) and a torch if you are coming for the dark performances.
There will be hay bales to sit on, though feel free to bring cushions (if you don’t mind carrying them).
The event lasts about 2 hours in total and takes place in the woodland so come prepared whatever the weather (though the main part of the event is covered by our wonderful stretch canopy).
The path twists and turns and is bumpy under foot but should be fine for a rugged buggy!
The Dead of Night Dance gathers thrice a day on the following dates,
The first at 2pm (Day dance)
The second at 5pm (Dusk dance)
And the third at 8pm (Dark dance)
20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd(no show 24th) 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th*, 30th* and 31st*
*The Dead of Night Dance will gather only twice a day on the 29th, 30thand 31st
For the Dusk Dance at 5pm and the Dark Dance at 8pm.
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 Rogue Theatre.
£8.50 per person. 3 years and under are free. (Maximum of 2 x 3 and under per adult)
BOX OFFICE WEB – http://www.crbo.co.uk/rogue
BOX OFFICE TEL – 01726 879500
Disabled Access and Wildcards can be arranged on 07837561483 or [email protected]
***** Rogue: Jewel in Cornwall’s Tin Crown (West Briton 2014 Madame Lucinda’s Wonder Show)
Winners of “Best Theatrical Event” What’s On Cornwall Award 2017.
*****Immersive Theatre at its Best (West Briton – King Arthur)