The Thirteenth Fish
A Jersey Arts Centre Residency in association with Societe Jersiaise
Join scholar, performer, and local fairy Dr Adam Perchard for an hour of theatrical ritual, magic and song at the Faldouet Dolmen.
Opening the Societe Jersiaise’s Archaeology Festival, this piece will immerse you in Jersey’s Neolithic past, brining to life the people who erected the stones and were buried amongst them. Flitting between the worlds of opera, comedy, drama, and academia, your Puckish guide will lead you on an interactive journey through history and folklore to ask new questions about Jersey’s identity. Who were we 6,000 years ago, and who are we now? There’s something queer about these stones. Ask the right questions, and you’ll find them full of answers.
Praise for Dr Adam Perchard’s other projects:
“Dazzling” – The Financial Times
“Hugely talented” – The Times
“Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life” – The Guardian
Capacity limited to 30 at each performance, so book early to avoid disappointment!
THE WEATHER: Please bring warm and waterproof clothing as performances will go ahead whatever the weather. Please note that no refunds will be offered unless a performance is cancelled.
PARKING: As there is no allocated parking at Faldouet Dolmen, please arrive by bike, on foot, or by public transport, or make arrangements to park your car safely, appropriately and with plenty of time to spare!