A miniature re-enactment performance using scenery, model ships and small figures, against a backdrop of war between the English and French in the early 1700s. The story is a mix of fact and fiction and inspired by the work of Michael Bentine. The show is presented by Sergeant Major Harvey-Wallbanger. He ushers, directs and explains the details of war to the audience, as a costumed character (very comical and tongue in cheek). Figures are moved around the set in accordance with the narration of land and naval battles. It has an epic classical soundtrack, sound effects and i very visual and completely unique.
Anne Bonny, the Pirate Queen
Follow the adventures of Anne Bonny, the Pirate Queen as she outwits the French and English authorities to find the treasure of the freshly hanged Henry Avery. Follow the clues to discover its hiding place know only to Avery's dog. There is plenty of epic adventure, war, battle, drownings, explosions and five hangings! Sergent Wallbanger, the narrator, will guide you through the dangerous times of the golden age of piracy in the early 1700's