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April 28, 2016 1 min read

Earlier this year I was contacted by Lush Cosmetics about a very special musical performance they were organising entitled “The Tales of Bath”. The performance was to be centred on an ancient fable of a king who became a pig herder. The musicians would be dressed as animals and it was to be performed in the Wookey Hole caves. We were very grateful of the opportunity to contribute to the atmosphere with our masks and decided to redesign our Pig mask to better suit the needs of the musicians. All of the animal masks where built by the shop staff of the Lush store in Bath UK, Well done to all involved!



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