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DRAMA in the Dale’s second offering since 2014 were performances of a Shakespearian play set in and around St Thomas’ Church and the Durham Dales Centre. It was held over five nights and the Gazette attended the final performance on a very wet Sunday evening,......

THE last time I went to see a Drama In The Dale promenade performance, The Bonny Moorhen, it was called off halfway through as the rain hammered down on Killhope mining museum. Liz Gill, director of the group’s latest effort, William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, said......

Drama in the Dale: Transformation Through Community Drama During the winter of 2011–2012, Weardale, England was the setting for an ambitious informal adult education project. In this rural area in the northeast part of the country a local arts collective Jack Drum Arts established a......

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