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Event Details

Dates: Wednesday 24 July 2013 - Thursday 25 July 2013

Venue: The Camel Trail (20min bike ride from Wadebridge end / 40min bike ride from Padstow end) PL30 5LG / OS Ref: SW9573

Time: 11am, 1pm and 3pm

Price: FREE

Dates: Thursday 25 July 2013 - Thursday 25 July 2013

Venue: The Camel Trail (20min bike ride from Wadebridge end / 40min bike ride from Padstow end) PL30 5LG / OS Ref: SW9573

Time: 8.00PM

Price: £8.00 (Price includes a complimentary drink)

Dates: Tuesday 30 July 2013 - Wednesday 31 July 2013

Venue: The Camel Trail (20min bike ride from Wadebridge end / 40min bike ride from Padstow end) PL30 5LG / OS Ref: SW9573

Time: 11am, 1pm and 3pm

Price: FREE

Choreographed by: James Wilton

Reviews

Just fantastic

Just fantastic, we witnessed something very special this evening I'm exhausted, in the best possible way - thank you! Audience member

On the Slate "World Premiere"

What they say
Risk, co-operation and survival are key as the dynamic landscape of an old slate quarry provides a back drop for Man vs. Nature. Dangerous and exciting, Cornwall's James Wilton choreographs a brand new site specific show in which performers tumble, jump and explore; colliding in the high energy onslaught of diving bodies and last second catches.

What we say
There's a first time for everything and this is it; an original dance commission for the Camel Trail.

Organise a picnic, get some bikes and set off on the trail from either Wadebridge or Padstow. As you reach the old slate quarry (approx. 20 min ride from Wadebridge / 40 min from Padstow) look out for breath-taking dance from this inspiring young artist.

Coffee, biscuits and ice cream available from Treats on Trikes.

PLUS A special one off evening performance; Dusk on the camel trail gives a whole new feeling to this performance...

What the audience say (about other work by James)

Just fantastic, we witnessed something very special this evening I'm exhausted, in the best possible way - thank you! Audience member

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How To Book...

Whilst there is no need to book for performances during the day, we recommend you do for evening performances and in which case...

By calling: (01726) 879 500

Online: www.crbo.co.uk

In person: Tourist Information Centres in St Austell, St Ives, Looe, Truro, Launceston, Bodmin, St Mawes, Falmouth or Penzance, PLUS  Bookends - Fowey, and Open Shed, Penzance.

You can also get tickets from Wadebridge Wines. (Cash only / Subject to availability)
If you want to hire a bike, give Bridge Bike Hire a call on 01208 813050

Risk, co-operation and survival are key as the dynamic landscape of an old slate quarry provides a back drop for Man vs. Nature.

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James Wilton / Gorka Bravo

James Wilton / Gorka Bravo