Articles Exmouth RNLI volunteers to host Mikron theatre production

Exmouth RNLI volunteers to host Mikron theatre production

Exmouth RNLI volunteers to host Mikron theatre production

On 2 July at 2pm, Exmouth lifeboat station will be transformed into a theatre for the production of ‘In at the Deep End’, a performance by Mikron Theatre company to raise money for the charity that saves lives at sea.                                             

The travelling theatre group have chosen Exmouth lifeboat station as one of eight operational venues within the Institution. The production is described on their website:

‘With mavellous maritime music and fathoms of fun, join Mikron as they dive into two hundred years of saving lives at sea!’ 

Tickets for ‘In at the Deep End’ – An RNLI story are available to purchase directly from www.mikron.org.uk or by phone: 01484 843701 and tickets can be collected from the station on the day. See the website for more information. 50% of ticket sales goes directly to the charity that saves lives at sea.

You can see a mini-documentary here which was filmed at Scarborough lifeboat station, a similar set-up.

Author: Exmouth RNLI

Exmouth RNLI

Emma Tarling has been a Lifeboat Press Officer at Exmouth Lifeboat Station since May 2011. She is one of over 250 volunteers who work to raise the profile of the RNLI through the media.