Organizer: Theatre by the Lake
Name: Crow Park
Passes for morning, afternoon and evening sessions are available at £5 each. Each pass unlocks 2 or more events and activities. Tickets sold in socially distanced bubbles.
Opposite Theatre by the Lake on the shores of Derwentwater
ETT in partnership with Theatre by the Lake and Northern Stage present
Trailer Story: Red Pass (Sat AM)
Sat 7 August | 10:30am - 1pm
Trailer Story is a festival of spoken word, theatre and comedy brought to you on a touring truck.
Enjoy a weekend-long programme of outdoor events celebrating our nation’s diversity, resilience and community with performances and workshops in a stunning location.
With support from National Trust.
Join us for a family-friendly morning, with stand up comedy for kids and a show that will take you in search of a polar bear!
Comedy Club 4 Kids
10:30am – 11:30am
Suitable for age 6+
It’s a comedy club, right, but for kids. The country’s best comics do their thing for an audience of children and their families… but without the rude bits. Also for any adults who enjoy a swear-free hour with the international circuit’s best stand-ups, cabaret stars and sketch acts. Non-patronising. Pure awesome. Featuring Paul ‘Silky’ White (MC), Kirsty Newton and Nick Doody.
How To Save A Rock
Written by Conky Kampfner, Alex Rugman & Pigfoot
12pm – 1pm
Suitable for ages 7 – 13 and their families
A bike-powered family comedy about how to still have hope, whilst saving the last polar bear on earth.
It’s 2026. We’ve found a letter from the last ever polar bear. He’s somehow ended up at the top of Scotland. We’re going to save him.
Join us on a wild polar bear chase, through peat bogs & protests. How To Save A Rock is a bike-powered family comedy about how to still have hope.
|Start Date||End Date||Times|
|07/08/2021||07/08/2021||10.30am - 1pm|