Faire Wynds Entertainment is returning to the Compass Inn Museum to bring a fresh, fun look at entertainments of the past. They’ll be portraying Scoundrel’s Alley, a troupe of 4 historical re-enactors who educate about the Underside of Society: scoundrels, rogues, paupers, and other undesirable societal outcasts. Scoundrel’s Alley will bring to life the lowest parts of society (which can sometimes be dark and disturbing) in a way that is safe, approachable, historical, and suited for all ages. From the entertainment of the sharper making you laugh to the story of the pauper making you cry, this group is dedicated to making history come alive in a way that makes it more real than just a book. The goal of this event is to have everyone- young and old- walk away feeling like they have learned something about the stories, struggles, and histories of the underside of life and enjoyed themselves in the process. General admission for this event is $12 for adults, $11 for adults (62+), and $8 for youth (6-18). Tickets can be purchased on-site, day of the event. For any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-238-6818.