Kevin Crossley-Holland and Andy Rafferty

Kevin and Andy launch their new collaboration about the timber circle discovered in 1998 at Holme-next-the-Sea - fifteen miles west of Wells. For two artists who take much of their inspiration from the distant past, this prehistoric monument has proved a crucible for their combined talents.

SEA FEVER – 10. Seahenge – a Journey

Performance information

Running time: 1 hours

The details below are for the only performance of SEA FEVER – 10. Seahenge – a Journey

Date Time Pricing
10 May
18.00 until
Standard £10.00

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