A production of a well-known Cornish folk tale will be running from this weekend up until Christmas eve.

The Mousehole Cat by Antonia Barber, and adapted by Alan M Kent, will be performing at the Solmon Browne Memorial Hall in Mousehole from Saturday December 11 until Friday December 24 and details a legend revolving around the friendship between a fearless fisherman and his devoted cat.

The live action puppet production is put on by Cornish theatre company Cousin Jack and is featured annually in the village, alongside its Christmas lights switch on.

As well as the full production, the company will also be putting on 'relaxed' versions of the performance for adults and children who might benefit from a more relaxed environment, or are uncomfortable with sudden lighting changes or loud noises, including those with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, sensory or communication needs or a learning disability.

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Dates and performance times for The Mousehole Cat are:

Sat 11: 3.30pm.

Sun 12: 11.30am (relaxed).

Tues 14: 4.30pm & 6.30pm.

Weds 15: 4.30pm & 6.30pm.

Thurs 16: 4.30pm & 6.30pm.

Fri 17: 4.30pm & 6.30pm.

Sat 18: 11.30am (relaxed).

Mon 20: 11.30am (relaxed).

Tues 21: 11.30am (relaxed) & 6.30pm.

Thurs 23: 11.30am (relaxed).

Fri 24: 11.30am (relaxed) & 6.30pm.

For more information, visit: cousinjacks.org/the-mousehole-cat