The Crouch End Players proudly present

Sea Airs 

(or Poseidon’s Song)

The Moravian Church Hall, Priory Road, N8 7HR
17th – 20th October 2018

“I’ll sing you a song of the fish of the sea.” 

Dates: Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th October 2018 
Doors: 7pm Curtain up: 7:30pm
Tickets: £9 (Children under 12 £6)

All tickets for Wednesday 17th October £6 only

The Crouch End Players' first show of the new season is an original and heart-warming production, full of familiar songs of love, life and the sea. 
Told with humour and energy, Sea Airs is the story of three couples dealing with love and loss in a Cornish fishing community. Played out in 1950's Cornwall and 1980's London, the story is told through drama and song, interwoven with Greek myth and Cornish legend. 
With folk songs and sea shanties, as well as some ‘80’s classics, for you to sing along to, this will be a must see for the Autumn.

Sea Airs (or Poseidon’s Song) is a new play written by group member Jayne Thomas.

Moving effortlessly between 1950s Cornwall and 1980s London, the play focuses on joys and sorrows within a fishing community on the North Cornwall coast.  

Greek mythology and ancient British Legend are woven through the narrative. Inspired by real life events, the play also features rousing renditions of well-known sea shanties and folk songs, as well as 80’s hits. 

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