Order! The Improvised Pirate Trial – Saturday 16th June 2018

Order! The Improvised Pirate Trial

Saturday 16th June 2018

Gaargh, ye scurvy dogs! There’s an improvised pirate trial every half hour from 11.30am-3.30pm at the Furthest From the Sea Festival in Derby! We’re taking our sell-out show from the National Justice Museum onto the high seas this weekend. Completely family and pirate friendly, we’re delighted to be rocking a big tent in Derby Market Place!

What’s the naughtiest thing you’ve ever done?
What’s the meanest thing you’ve ever said?
What’s the most guilty you’ve ever felt?

Join us in Derby for Order!  Based on your confession, we’ll put a pirate on trial for YOUR crimes. Maybe you untied someone’s hammock… Perhaps you called the captain a rude word… The performers won’t know their crime until they get to the dock, and the judge doesn’t know the punishment.

Each trial is a unique and hilarious experience, never to be seen again after the audience decides the fate of the poor defendant.

On Saturday 16th June, Derby comes alive with creativity at the annual Furthest from the Sea Music, Comedy & Arts Festival, taking place between 11am and 4pm on the Market Place in Cathedral Quarter Derby 

Showcasing and celebrating the diverse local arts scene, the festival aims to encourage people of all ages to get involved and discover everything Derbyshire has to offer through a series of interactive workshops, family friendly performances and newly commissioned street theatre. 

Furthest From the Sea Festival
Market Place | Cathedral Quarter | Derby | DE1 3
11am – 4pm | FREE

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