Sat 30 Oct 2021
7.30pm | 80mins no interval
12 January 1899. The Bristol Channel. A raging storm.
As the ship The Forrest Hall struggles in the treacherous waters, two communities rally together to mount a daring rescue of the imperilled crew before it’s too late. Their only hope is Louisa, a ten tonne lifeboat, and the madcap plan to drag her across thirteen miles of hills and moorland to Porlock Weir. Join Exmoor’s own Pleasure Dome Theatre Company, celebrated producers of sensational open air theatre, along with the RNLI, as they recreate this astonishing true story to a score of rousing sea shanties. Directed by award- winning Scott Le Crass.