Behind every great legend is a great woman...

… but who is Eloise?

To tell her story, we must delve deep into West Cornwall’s history and traditions, visit far flung shores and reveal long held secrets.

It’s a journey through the centuries for all ages, with songs and tales of love, loss and loyalty, steeped in Cornish folklore.


This gripping musical narrative has it all – Barbary pirates, shipwrecks, mysterious goings on, romance, betrayal and redemption, plus a generous helping of local gossip!

Enter a bygone world filled with original music and songs by the critically acclaimed Cornish ban Tyn Daga (described as ‘World class‘ by The Cornish Guardian) with dramatic story telling, a host of compelling characters, film and atmospheric soundscapes – a feast for the imagination and the senses suitable for all ages!

The production features talented vocalist and theatre & film actor Natalie Mossayebi (Midsummer Night’s Deam, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Life – Westend Musical, Grimms’ Fairytales)

Praise for 'Eloise Tregeagle'

“…a great addition to the rural touring circuit.”

— FEAST Cornwall

“I love the vocals and the way it’s written – very Celtic! It sounds like a great night out and a great journey I want to hear more from. I look forward to a happy 2018 for Eloise Tregeagle!”

— Debbie McCrory – BBC Radio Cornwall

“This is a fabulous blend of music and storytelling. You will be transfixed from beginning to end”.

— John Brolly (Umbrella Arts) – Associate Director, Minack Theatre

“ ‘If music be the food of love’ then this show is an exquisite feast for the heart!”

— Simon Edwards (The Actors Space) – Skulduggery & Telling Tales, Kneehigh Theatre


The team rehearsing earlier this year

Eloise Tregeagle is a Tyn Theatre production partly funded by Cornwall Council, FEAST Cornwall and the Arts Council of England.