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‘They Went to Sea’ @ the Serious Nonsense Festival

Jola Kudela's adaptation of Edward Lear's limerick, The Jumblies, will be performed at a three day festival in Prescot!

Jola Kudela’s ‘They Went to Sea‘ will be performed on the 11th, 12th and 13th of August at the Serious Nonsense Festival in Prescot, Liverpool.

The play is based on Edward Lear’s limerick, The Jumblies, this is a story of adventure and risk-taking, where a group of people set out to explore the world in a sieve, defying conventional wisdom and expectations.

Entrance is free and it will be performed every day of the festival so don’t miss out!

More information is available here

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