The Adventures of Conan Doyle
Calling all explorers! A free interactive story-telling show based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's travel adventures.
Not just a stuffy old writer, he was also an explorer - and an adventurer! Did you know he spent 6 months working as a surgeon on a whaling ship! Whoa! Or that he and his family travelled to Egypt, Australia and across the USA? He also spent a year in Vienna studying ophthalmology? Hang on! What's ophthalmology? Join us for a fun adventure across the globe... with singing, dancing and plenty of audience participation. Suitable for children 4+ and their families.
Performance times - 11.45am, 12.45pm, 1.45pm. Show duration: 40 minutes.
*Please note this event is available on a first come first served basis, book in on the day at Portsmouth Museum. Donantions welcome.
- 22, Aug 2018
- *Please note this event is available on a first come first served basis, book in on the day at Portsmouth Museum.
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