Wheal Martyn is home to the UK’s only china clay mining museum. The museum tells the story of Cornwall’s largest mining industry, an industry still alive today. The museum, set in 26 acres of grounds, incorporating a preserved Victorian clay works gives a fascinating insight into this important industry which shaped the lives, landscape and economy of Cornwall’s Clay Country and beyond.
Shallal2 create work from improvisation together and use new improvisational structures in performance which enables all ages to be involved.
This family friendly performance is free of charge.
Friday 7 April, 3pm-4pm, Wheal Martin, Cornwall.
Supported by Pvilion Dance South West’s Coinvestment Programme and Arts Council England Investment in Cornwall Museums Partnerships.