Tin Shed took a whole lot of us camping and this is what happened. From drop bears to ghost stories and the survival rate of virgins this development work was a rambunctious ride through the nostalgia of the camping trip.
Tin Shed’s Camping Tours was originally produced at Fraser Studios as part of the 30 Days and 30 Nights Festival.
‘The wife of King Minos of Crete gave birth to a horrible monster called the Minotaur. It was part bull, part man and was imprisoned in a maze called the Labyrinth. The maze was so cleverly made that no-one could find their way out of it.
The Minotaur ate only human flesh so King Minos had to provide living victims to be fed to the monster. Among the victims were fourteen young people that Athens had to pay in tribute to Crete yearly because the Athenians had been defeated in battle. Theseus, the son of the King of Athens, volunteered to go as one of the victims and to put an end to this cruel sacrifice by killing the monster.’