Fun and magical way to learn about fossils
LEARN about archeology and fossils, say hello to one of your stone-age ancestors and hear stories to fire your imagination, writes Martin Freeman.
There'll be talk of giants and wizards.
You'll see a volcano erupt and maybe even glimpse a dinosaur or two.
But mostly there will be helpings of good family fun in Stones and Bones.
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Your host is Craig Johnson of Squashbox Theatre who cleverly delivers a considerable amount of knowledge about Cornwall – its pre-history, its geographic and geology, its myths and legends.
There will be thrills and spills galore, but also lots of laughs and plenty of puppets, along with songs, slapstick, tall tales and crazy characters – all presented in unique Squashbox style.
The show at The Wharf, Tavistock, is on Sunday at 2.30pm and is suitable for children aged five and over and their families. To book call the box office on 01822 611166.
Stones and Bones is part of Tavistock Music and Arts Festival, which finishes on Monday.