Willen Hospice presents, The Seafarer
Saturday, April 27th
Matinee: 3pm, Evening performance: 7:30pm
The year is 1670, a time of war in the Spanish Main. His Majesty’s ship ‘White Rose’ is returning home to Bristol after a lengthy voyage from the Caribbean. The Captain and his Cabin Boy, Jack Hawkins (the Seafarer), are standing at the gunwales as the ship prepares to dock in their home port of Bristol. The story begins…
This story was written by Mel Hall, a patient at Willen Hospice, and set to music by Bob Stott and Steve Royle. All proceeds will go directly to Willen Hospice.
To book, visit www.willen-hospice.org.uk/seafarer or call 01908 303052
Price: £10 (all proceeds go to Willen Hospice)
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