The House of the Man who Painted the Sea
Welcome to the forgotten tale of the Armenian man who painted the sea.
Part of the hidden Book Season, ExploreTheArch returns with an enchanting production inspired by the eccentric C20 recollections of Aivazovsky's grandson, stowed in turn in humble drawers in Paris and London.
Warning: this tale includes a Tartar bandit, Glinka and a violin, a statue of Apollo, Gogol and a pack of cards and an abundance of impetuosity. And "a magnificent estate, rather like fairyland," if Anton Chekhov is to be believed. "Such estates may probably be seen in Persia."
Doors open 7pm, performance at 7.30pm.
Length approximately 100mins (see web site for updates).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to change a date (48hrs in advance and availability permitting) or if would like to try to sell your tickets on the door.
The performance takes place over two floors and we regret that the venue has no lift.
Archer Lodge (View)
34 Charles Rd
St Leonards-on-Sea TN38 0QX
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|