A landmark production created in collaboration with 100 community members.
The Antelope Inn, Poole 1681, a group of fishermen prepare to leave on a treacherous journey for the hostile shores of Newfoundland to fish for cod, just as they do every year. But what if a group of brave women were to join the men this time?
Missed the show or want to experience the play again? Watch it here.
Summer 2023, exams are done and Fay and her mates are out for one last night in Poole before she gets the bus up to London to start a new life. But who is that stranger sitting on their bench?
SALT shines a light on the fascinating historic relationship between Poole and Newfoundland, exploring what it means to belong and what it means to leave your homeland behind.
This gutsy tale of fish, frolics and feisty women will take over the Concert Hall at Lighthouse. Angel Exit Theatre directs 100 community members in an epic promenade production bursting with comedy, drama, live music, a choir and large-scale puppets.
SALT has been written by Stephanie Dale in co-creation with Angel Exit and the Poole community. With design by Sophia Lovell Smith and musical direction by Tim Laycock.A play about Poole, written for Poole.
Funded and supported by Arts Council England, National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts University Bournemouth, Poole Bid, BCP Council, Activate Performing Arts, Angel Exit Theatre.