Reg Meuross presents a folk song cycle about England and the transatlantic slave trade, with Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne
With evidence of the slave trade across the South-West of England, and a real need for our history to be told, Reg Meuross has researched and written a song cycle ‘Stolen From God’ – a set of moving and thought-provoking songs, with narration, to tell the challenging and often harrowing tales of the region’s past.
Recognised as a “true troubadour with a social conscience” by Mark Radcliffe, Reg Meuross has made it his life’s work to bring the stories of the oppressed, forgotten and misrepresented members of our human family to light.
Tickets available from www.visittruro.org.uk / by calling 01872 274 555 / or in person at the Visitor Information Centre, Boscawen Street, Truro.
Tickets are not refundable.
Some windows will be open for ventilation. Please bring an extra layer.
Welcome to bring your own cushion for extra comfort.
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