This year we are dedicating our performances of The Mousehole Cat to the late Alan M Kent
The Mousehole Cat
by Antonia Barber
adapted by Alan M Kent
13 - 31 December 2022
Solmon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole
The cat is back for 2022! Our seventh consecutive year performing The Mousehole Cat in Cornwall.
Our magical puppet and live-action production is performed annually in the heart of Mousehole alongside the village’s famous Christmas light display.
Based on the well-known Cornish legend this uniquely heartwarming story of the friendship between a fearless fisherman and his devoted cat will warm the cockles of everyone's hearts... almost as much as an ‘efty portion of stargazy pie!
This magical show has an hour-long run time allowing families to soak up the atmosphere of Cornwall’s most famous Christmas light display and enjoy a live performance all in one evening.
We have flexible ticket prices for 2022
We understand things are difficult for many people.
To try and make our show as accessible as possible we are offering three ticket prices and a free ticket draw. Please book the ticket that reflects what you can afford right now. You won't be asked any questions and your ticket options won't be shared with anyone.
£18 Supporter Ticket
This ticket includes a donation to support our work
£14 Just a ticket
This ticket covers our core costs of the event
£12 Helping You
If you can only afford this ticket right now we understand
£0 Ticket Draw
If you cannot afford a ticket right now please enter our free ticket draw. We will give away as many tickets as we are able to (we're aiming for at least one family per show) and will inform you if you have won tickets a minimum of three days before the event. To enter the ticket draw please click here.
What do I need to know?
Mousehole is extremely busy at this time of year. You will need to allow plenty of extra time to park and walk to the venue.
There is no parking available at the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall.
A reliable bus service runs from Penzance to Mousehole. Click here to be taken to the First Bus journey planner.
Due to the nature of the production, latecomers cannot be admitted.
We anticipate an approximate run time of 60 minutes.
The Solomon Browne Memorial Hall has full disabled access. To view the venues access information and access statement please click here. If you have any further access questions please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our performances may be filmed or photographed and the material may be used by Cousin Jack's at any time for evaluation, promotion or other projects. Please be aware that it is the ticket buyer's responsibility to inform members of their party that this will be happening.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Please click on the icon to view our Covid refund policy.
Where's it to?
Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, TR19 6QW
Don't forget there is no parking at the hall! Scroll up for more info...
Relaxed Performances are 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. These performances are, of course, open to everyone.
Our relaxed performances are:
Saturday 17 Dec at 11.30am
Sunday 18 Dec at 11.30am
Thursday 22 Dec at 11.30am
Friday 23 Dec at 11.30am
Saturday 24 Dec at 11.30am
Tuesday 27 Dec at 11.30am
Saturday 31 Dec at 11.30am
Book your tickets now!
This year we have asked The Minack to sell our tickets for us (thank you lovely Minack team). So when you click on the link below you will be redirected to their website. If you have any tickety questions it's best to give them a call - they're a fab bunch!