Full Wind in Her Top Sails

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Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

285 Derby Street


Jun 29
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Real Pirates
285 Derby Street
Salem, 01970 United States
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Join in on the first collaboration between Real Pirates Salem and Intramersive, to celebrate Pride as only we can – with pirates and a chance to go on account! Famous pirates and lovers, Mary Read and Anne Bonny, are looking for their own taste of independence. In striking out on their own, they are also seeking to gain renown as well as the attention of Ching Shih, also known as “Madame Cheng” (Yes, we are fudging the timeline a little… we know!). Having been declared an insurance liability for their partner, Calico Jack Rakham, Anne and Mary are looking for a crew that has the heart, the guts, and the iron will to take to the high seas. Will you throw your hat in at Captain Blackfrogs Tavern, proving your worth to join these two fearsome female pirates?

Price: $30

About Intramersive Media:

Intramersive Media is an immersive game theatre company based out of Salem, Massachusetts, who specialize in high production value, immersive experiences where guests can leave the realm of audience and become a part of the story. Using immersive theater, innovative storytelling, and live action role playing, Intramersive gives audiences the opportunity to impact our small impermanent worlds. Each show is a unique world. Intramersive Media is part of the creative economy and as such strives to pay its artists a living wage. When you purchase a ticket to one of their shows, know your ticket is going directly to a highly trained, diverse, and professional creative community. Art works.

About Real Pirates Salem:

Experience history first-hand with real stories and real adventure through an exhibition of real pirate artifacts recovered from the shipwrecked Whydah Gally, discovered by famed underwater explorer Barry Clifford – including everything from canons and pieces of eight, to jewelry and weapons… all lost for almost 300 years!