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Type Family fun
Location
Cutty Sark
Date and Times 8 and 9 January | 11am - 4pm | Drop in
Prices Free with entry to the ship

Meet characters from Cutty Sark's past, sing along with traditional sea shanties, and find out about Cutty Sark's Scottish heritage and how the ship got its name.

Check out what's on below.

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James Robson holding a tray of food emerging from a Cutty Sark cabin.

James Robson

Join James Robson, Cutty Sark's cook for fun and games and find out what was for dinner on board.

Date: 8 January

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Jock Willis

Meet Jock Willis, Scottish businessman the person who built Cutty Sark.

Date: 9 January  

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Woman holding ship model

Storytelling with Olivia

Join Olivia as she takes you on an immersive journey to find out about Cutty Sark's links with Scotland and how the ship got its name.

Date: 8 and 9 January

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Tam O' Shanter shadow puppets

Create your own shadow puppets to retell Robert Burns' famous poem 'Tam O' Shanter'

Date: 8 and 9 January

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Group of men on deck

Sea Shanty Singers 

Sing along to some sea shanties on Tween Deck with The HogEye Men, as they bring the ship to life with traditional working songs.

Date: 8 January

 

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A group photo of sea shanty singers Swinging the Lead on board Cutty Sark

Sea Shanty Singers 

Sing along to some sea shanties on Tween Deck with as Swinging the Lead, as they bring the ship to life with traditional working songs.

Date: 9 January

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Cutty Sark

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  • Audio guide included
Adult £15.00
Child £7.50
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