Heroes, gods and monsters at Tealby

David Mynne brings some daft characters to life in the one-man retelling (loosely) of The Odyssey at Tealby EMN-170303-062523001
David Mynne brings some daft characters to life in the one-man retelling (loosely) of The Odyssey at Tealby EMN-170303-062523001

Homer’s epic poem ‘The Odyssey’ will be given a reworking in the latest Rural Touring show to come to Tealby Village Hall.

From the makers of ‘Great Expectations’ and ‘Dracula’ comes a tale described as more exciting than excitement itself.

In this one-man show, David Mynne will be going to hell and back in the company of heroes, gods and monsters.

There is a host of exciting (and daft) characters - a one-eyed Cyclops, a six-headed monster and the terrifying Sea God Poseidon - who will conjure up a mighty storm to keep you on the edge of your seats.

David Mynne’s skill with just a few simple props, a rubber face and clear and concise storytelling will fill the hall with drama and delight too.

The show takes place on Sunday, March 12, at 7.30pm, with advance tickets £10, under 18s £3 from Tealby Shop or 01673 838718