At noon sharp each day, actors gather in full dress, in the town hall square to put on a reenactment of punishment back in the 1700's given to a man and woman. I won't go into detail because that would most likely ruin the play for you, but it is about a 30 min reenactment that is entertaining and historical in content. Actually includes the punishment being carried out on actors as doled out by the town crier following an alleged trial of the defendants. After the play, you can catch some local Bermudian cuisine at a neat restaurant on Waters Street, one block from the square, at a placed called Wahoo Pub and Grill. Good food, friendly atmosphere and staff, and on the water.
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