Arthur, King of the Britons Interactive Theatre for the Summer of 2017

The Romans have abandoned Britannia to her fate.

Saxon invaders are harrying her shores, and village is pitted against village in the struggle to survive. From the chaos, a legendary leader emerges...

The characters of King Arthur, Merlin, Guinevere, Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table, and their stories have echoed vividly though the ages.

"it was fantastic, the children loved the show. thank you so much!"

'Arthur, King of the Britons' is an epic tale of love and revenge, betrayal and friendship, brought to life in this exciting and immersive performance.

"the format and content was exciting, engaging and captured the imagination of a wide age range"

Up to 30 audience members can join us for small parts on stage, making each performance unique and connected to its audience.

"an excellent idea to involve members of the audience"
“we are always amazed at how well everyone joins in. It works so well being interactive”

Our Summer History Shows feature live music and real instruments played on stage, the wonderful immediacy of performance in-the-round, and lots of audience interaction!

"wonderful performance, even our youngest nursery children were focused throughout"
“they all liked being near the actors as they got a better view”

Accessible performances for the special needs community

Friday 16th June, at 2pm, at Trinity Methodist Church in Southbourne

Thursday 29th June, at 2pm, at Ashley Baptist Church in New Milton

Open to the Public

Friday 4th August, 3pm at The Allendale Centre in Wimborne (part of the 'Sting in the Tale' Festival of Stories)

Friday 4th August, 6pm at Trinity Methodist Church in Southbourne

Contact us: 01202 421806 / 07855 117530 info@treehousetheatre.com

Thank you to the Dorset schools who have enjoyed Spring Term performances of 'Arthur' and shared their feedback.

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