STORY TELLING AND MUSIC
Saturday 19 March 2022
£15.00 per person. The event is unsuitable for children. Gates will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. The event will conclude at 9pm and will include an Interval.
This event is to be held in the Mansion, in the Saloon on the First floor. Access is to the First Floor is currently via the staircase only. Those with mobility impairments interested in attending should contact the Box Office (details below) to assess the suitability of this event before booking a ticket.
Back by public demand, this is a repeat of January's sell out event!! Brush away those winter blues with the most unusual experience at Copped Hall.
A chilling event, very appropriate for a cold winter night, will take place on 19th March 2022. A sequence of sinister tales accompanied by eerie sounds, performed by a number of talented artists, will echo around the mansion. Laura Hampson will tell a couple of stories including the 1775 burglary at Copped Hall and the grisly fate of Lambert Reading, accompanied by Sam Enthoven on his digital Theremin. Julia Stallard will imagine Boudicca’s visit to the area nearly two thousand years ago and explore the story of Mary Tudor at the old Copt Hall.
Guests arriving will have their ears warmed by Danelaw’s modular synthesised sounds in the Entrance Hall and sound artist “Robin the Fog” will work his magic with four quarter-inch tape machines creating live resonances never previously heard in Copped Hall.
The Copped Hall bar will be open serving drinks, including our very own beers, and a roaring log fire will be in the ground floor Servants’ Hall to great you.
Please contact the Organiser, Andy Popperwell, on 07930 405918 or the Box Office on 07749 397932 for any questions you have in connection with this event.
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