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Past masters bring medieval mayhem to Cotswolds

Medieval mystery and mayhem come to the Cotswolds to entertain families in half-term week.

Theatrical storytellers Past Imagined will take you back in time during special sessions at The Corinium Museum, Cirencester, and the Cotswold District Council Moreton Area Centre on Friday, October 28.
They will be telling exciting and hilarious stories of outlaws, monks, knights, saints, wise women and all manner of medieval mirth and mischief - suitable for children and adults of all ages!

The Cirencester session runs from 10.30am to 12 noon and the Moreton-in-Marsh session from 2.30pm to 4pm. Tickets cost 4.50 for adults and 3.50 for children.
Places are limited so please book in advance at the relevant venue on 01285 655611 (Cirencester) or 01608 650881 (Moreton). Remaining tickets may be available on the day.

Past Imagined are also performing a specially-written lecture at the Corinium Museum on Thursday, October 27th. Aimed at adults, Tales From The Travelled Land charts the journeys of travellers around the Cotswolds from the Bronze Age to the Medieval period.

The event runs from 7pm to 9pm. Tickets priced 5.00 are available by booking in advance with the Museum on 01285 655611

Posted : 13/10/2005 16:57:00

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