This interactive exhibition celebrates the historical, cultural and community aspect of these ancient and wonderful plays and also the medieval Plen and Gwari (place of the play) they were performed in.
Members of the cast and crew from the 2000 - 2004 productions talk about their experiences alongside film footage and images from those years. Visitors can choose to liaise with a range of characters to get a real feeling of what it was like to be involved in these amazing productions: -Hear Adam bear his soul on the Fall of Man, discover what was it like to play God, let Lucifer divulge how difficult it was to tempt Christ, and ask the poor Unicorn how it felt not to make it onto Noah’s Ark!
Opening event: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th May 11am – 3pm at The Knut, St Just.
After this weekend the exhibition can be viewed on Fridays 1 – 4pm and Saturdays 11am -2pm and Mondays 10am – 1pm until Sat 17th July.
The event is Covid safe with a one way system through the Knut and a maximum of 3 people, or one family group at any time.
Free of charge to attend but donations welcome.
Part of the Tin Coast Events Programme. Commissioned by the Tin Coast Partnership and Cornwall 365.