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Telling the stories of heritage Carlisle, using innovative mobile technology.
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Blood, Sweat and Tears
A team of Afghanistan veterans have come together to form a thought-provoking exhibition.
Location: Cumbria's Museum of Military Life
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Event date: 18/04/2019 19:00 Export event
You might have seen Kiri on Comedy Central at the Comedy Store, The Russell Howard Hour or heard her on The Now Show. You might have no idea who she is, that's fine too. What you should know is, she's very quietly been going mad for a few years and, to borrow a phrase from Uma Thurman, she's been 'waiting... to feel less angry'. So, it's time to talk about victims, love and lies. You might not believe her, but she's used to that.
age guidance: +16
Tickets are £12 and are available online.
THIS IS A SEATED SHOW
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★★★★ - “Making powerhouse stand-up from the thorniest of subjects”
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Carlisle Cricket Club pavilion at Edenside was flooded in 2005 and 2015. the club commissioned archaeologists to carry out investigations into moving the clubhouse which uncovered evidence of Roman baths. The work has since uncovered significant archaeology and high quality find of a premier league importance.
The dig is still ongoing and its future plans are still in the planning phases. You can learn more in our Roman Carlisle digital story, including a photo gallery of the dig and its many artifacts.
Carlisle is one of thirteen of England’s historic cities which have collaborated to develop an innovative augmented reality (AR) product that is set to bring heritage to life. .
Get a unique insight into the history of one of England's most stunning Heritage Sites
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Then why not visit our online guide packed with useful Information on how to get here and a map of key locations.