history story to be re-enacted on stage in Burnham tonight
rehearsals are underway for a lifeboat-themed play called 'Out
of The Mist' set to be performed at Burnham-On-Sea's Princess
Theatre on Friday (November 7th).
of the BOSH Youth Theatre and Princess Theatre Company, assisted
by RNLI supporters and local residents, will bring the lifeboat
institution's history to life.
several local 'celebrities' in cameo roles, including Burnham
and Highbridge Mayor Martin Cox, several scenes are being specially
adapted for the local version by playwright Alan Tyson.
lifeboat spokesman Mike Lang said: "The audience is being
advised to prepare for a rollercoaster of emotion. This is a terrific
opportunity to see an original play about the RNLI story."
of the scenes will make you laugh, and some are sad, but the situations
are very real, being based on historic facts."
of the Mist is a dramatization of the history of the RNLI, using
fictionalized scenes, and audio visual tools to illustrate accurate,
thank The Princess Theatre company for choosing to support the
RNLI, by performing this entertaining production."
cast has been busy this week rehearsing for the performance, which
will be played out on the stage at The Princess this Friday at
are available at a cost of £10/£8 concessions/£5
child and are available from The Princess Theatre and the Burnham
lifeboat shop in Pier Street, with proceeds going to the RNLI.