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The Tale of a Cornish Highway Woman

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19 March 2010

Theatre returns to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall on 19th March with "Oh Mary", a one woman show about the amazing life of Mary Bryant; Cornish Highway Woman.

the tale of a cornish Highway Woman at the Maritime Museum

Theatre returns to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall on 19 March with "Oh Mary", a one woman show about the amazing life of Mary Bryant; Cornish Highway Woman.

Bec Applebee, known for her work with Kneehigh Theatre, Wild Works and Dalla, presents a physical theatre production based on the amazing true life story of Mary Bryant. This one woman show is a swashbuckling tale of transportation, love, escape, tragedy and redemption which spanned the world between Cornwall and Australia.

Using specially commissioned music by Dalla and Radjel, this performance uses a mix of physical storytelling and evocative narrative by Anna Murphy, choreography by Helen Tiplady (CScape) and direction by Simon Harvey.

Tickets for this spellbinding production are £7.50 and doors open at 7pm. The show is recommended for everyone aged 11yrs and over. To book your tickets please call the Maritime Museum on 01326 214546.