August 24-25, 2013
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Good luck and laughter. Lullabies, dreams and love ever after. Poems and songs with pipes and drums. A thousand welcomes when ye comes!
Pyrate School for Nipperkins - A chance for all young would-be buccaneers to learn how to look like a pyrate, talk like a pyrate and brandish a sword like a pyrate. Suggested for ages 11 and under.
The Four Corners Pyrate Treasure Hunt -
A great pyrate treasure is said to have been buried in Mount Hope, and the Queen needs YOUR help retrieving it. Visit the Informistress Booth inside the Castle Gates, for your treasure map. After finding all the clues, proceed to the Chess Boad at 5:30 of the clock to speak the secret password and open the treasure chest.
$15 Adult Admission For Pyrate Costumes - Visitors to the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire August 24-25 are encouraged to don their most convicing Pyratical attire and receive $15 off a full-priced adult admission day-of at the Castle Gate. Just visit any of the ticket windows dressed in full costume and announce that ye be dressed like a Pyrate!
Note: Receive $15 off full priced admission ($29.95) purchased day-of at the Castle Gates. Not valid on prepurchased tickets or future tickets or with any other coupon or offer. $15 discount valid for adult admission only. Limit 1 per person per day. Valid for costumed patron only.
*Visit our Royal Performers page for more information about their shows and dates.
Make sure to see Paolo Garbanzo & Crannog during their last weekend at the Shire this Season!
Tartanic- Now through Sept 29! Imagine one dancer, six drums, six drones, 18 notes, fast fingers, high comedy, flying bagpipes, death-defying stunts and scorching hot music played at over 120 beats per minute with driving speed and high-volume— all brought to you by five men without pants.
Burly Minstrels- Now through Oct 6! From wild instrumental improvisation on medieval themes to sweet traditional ballads, their music leaves your toes tapping and makes you want to sing along.
Don Juan & Miguel- Now through Sept 29! Don Juan, the gallant and romantic Prince of Spain and his ever faithful manservant Miguel bring a rare blend of improvisation and variety skills together to create one of the most popular festival shows.
Also Featuring Scallywags, The Super Fairy Tale Players, The Rakish Rogues and Whose Jest is it Anyway?!
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