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King Arthur & Merlin

An event in August in Cornwall
Tintagel
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EVERY THURSDAY IN AUGUST.
Back by popular demand, in the legendary castle of Tintagel, meet King Arthur and Merlin as they spin tales of magic, mystery, adventure and the days of the round table. Hear tall tales of adventurous exploits and ferocious battles as King Arthur and his trusted Merlin recall old friends and foes of Medieval England.

Recited by the fantastic Rattlebox theatre, with a flair for recreating the mystique of days gone by, King Arthur's tales is guaranteed to enthral.

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