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The Somerset Charabanc: Eelie Day

Wassail and Reveal Productions

An intimate, spellbinding outdoor theatrical adventure across the Somerset Levels

Sam and Evie are getting married!  They only met yesterday but fell instantly head over heels in love.  As they find out what new-found love means, a ghost from the past comes out from the shadows.

Set and performed on a 1920’s miller’s cart pulled by two Suffolk Punch horses, the show passed through Langport, across the Somerset Levels to Muchelney and back again.

Written by Nick White

Directed by Joanna Procter

Design by Julie Read

Music by Nick Brace and Cecil Sharp

Performed by Roxana Bartle, Sarah Mooney, Duncan Taylor and Nick White


with Keira & Eloise Adams, Brandon Bush,

Fergus Campbell-White, Emily Lay and Dani Turner

Production photos by Paul Blakemore


"This is a story that is involving for all ages, entertaining, teaching, amusing and delighting” The Fine Times Recorder

"You haven't got to imagine where the play is set, you are in it, you are part of it, you can touch it and smell it" The Somerset County Gazette

"Storytelling, folk songs, movement, comedy and the wide, great outdoors give us a truly original piece of family theatre to remember" Weston Super Mums

"It is a tribute to the talent of the actors that we share their triumphs and tragedies at close quarters as they joined us on the Charabanc...We witness the profound power of choice and possibility to change our direction through life" Remote Goat ★★★★

"A truly unique, immersive theatre experience that captures the imagination of everyone. Magical, unexpected, unique" Somerset Cool

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