Today, donning strong boots, warm clothes and packed rucksacks, an intrepid group set out from Killhope Cross to locate the point where our body was found. According to the police report it was "200 yards east of the Cumberland Border, 100 yards south of the...

Are you interested in joining our next production? We are almost ready to start rehearsals for the newly written play "The Body on Killhope Moor".Rehearsals will take place on Sundays, from mid-May,  and the performance dates are August 29th & 30th and September 4th &...

An exciting session was held this week as our researcher, Dr Barbara Crosbie, presented the findings, so far, of the research group to the writers. What came out of the presentation was how closely both groups have been thinking. The research will now bring our...

The chorus in Classical Greek drama was a group of actors who described and commented upon the main action of a play with song, dance, and recitation...

An article in The Northern Echo about our current project The Body on Killhope Moor.Click to read full articleFollow us and find out more as the researchers, led by Barbara Crosbie, dig deeper.A performance of a play, specially written using the findings of this research...

Neil is an independent social researcher with a background in ethical economics, community development and the mental healthcare sector.After a brief stint as a psychiatric nurse and an extended period working with Traidcraft and the Central American Human Rights Committees promoting Fair Trade at music...

Once again the writing group enthusiastically expanded on their ideas. We listened to each participant's opening scene and discussed elements which we enjoyed and thought would work in the final piece. Our writer, David Napthine, is collating all the pieces of writing and has started...

The Body on the Moor writing workshops are well underway with ideas flowing. Our team consists of members from across the country: Essex to Northumberland - something that perhaps would not have happened had we met physically rather than on zoom? David Napthine has been...

A New Year, and The Body on Killhope Moor project is back into full swing. Starting with a good old Zoom meeting for the whole team (there were lots of smiles honest).Research and Writing workshops have been running throughout November, December and have started up...

 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...