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 BOOK NOW!info@dramadale.co.uk  Introduction Research WorkshopWith Barbara CrosbieCalling all Detectives!Sunday 22nd November 2.00pm- 3.00pmorMonday 23rd November 7.00pm- 8.00pmJoin Dr Barbara Crosbie online for a FREE introduction session to The Body on Killhope Moor and find out how you can be involved with the research...

David Napthine joins the teamDavid is a County Durham based writer, dramatist and facilitator and has written extensively for BBC Radio Drama, touring theatre, amd opera. He was recently writer in residence for the "Hearing the Voice" multi-disciplinary research project at Durham University, researcher/writer with...

Applications closed We look forward to growing our team, good luck. JOB JOB TITLE || Researcher for The Body on Killhope Moor  FEES || £7,000 REPORTS TO || Lucy Ridley, Director of Drama in the Dale  DURATION || 12 Month Contract    TIMETABLE Advertise September 2020 Interview September 2020  Commence September/ October 2020 Completion...

In September 2018 Drama in the Dale returned to the unique setting of St Thomas' Church and the Dales Centre for their performance of As You Like It.As You Like It -  a play full of strong women; ideal for the year in which we...

 Following Government instructions on Coronavirus, Drama in the Dale has postponed the planned theatre workshops. HOWEVER ...

WE ARE REALLY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT DRAMA IN THE DALE HAS BEEN AWARDED £60,000 FROM THE HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND TO UNDERTAKE THIS EXCITING PROJECT...

This is my favourite game of all time! It’s a bit like Hide and Seek, but not, and it doesn’t matter if your house isn’t huge, because that just makes this simple game even funnier. Set the game perimeter – is the garden included? Are any...

Here’s one you could play instead of doing English homework (don’t hold me to that…) Somebody thinks of a simple verb, such as: Running Jumping Cheating Laughing Or for older players, perhaps something more complex such as: Going out for lunch Pitching a tent Swinging from the...