Spooky goings on at Tehidy Woods with Rogue Theatre





Another brilliant show by Rogue Theatre. The Dead of Night Dance is stunning. Five stories, each with a ghoulish theme, narrated and performed by Rogue, will leave you in stitches. We were captivated and grinning from ear to ear from the moment they stepped onto the stage until we finally dragged ourselves away at the end of the dance. There is nothing to rival Rogue's performances for total entertainment and their ability to make so many people so happy.

The Dead of Night Dance continues deep in the dark woods at Tehidy until the 31st October with three performances a day.

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