Written by David Napthine & the Drama in the Dale Community Writing group
An outdoor promenade performance Directed by Liz Gill & Lucy Ridley
The body, the moor and the mystery. An epic tale of the search for a truth in a place where nothing is ever what it seems.
The Body on the Moor, an open-air promenade play at Killhope Lead Mining Museum, is inspired by a true story from Upper Weardale. As you weave through different eras which turn dramatic, funny, intriguing, mysterious, and romantic, it will stay with you long after the performance has ended.
Sun 29th August, 5.30pm
Mon 30th August, 5.30pm
Sat 4th September, 5.30pm
Sun 5th September, 5.30pm
Outdoors at Killhope Lead Mining Museum, Nr Cowshill, DL13 1AR
To book your tickets click here
This is a promenade performance and takes place outside at Killhope, so wear suitable clothing for a performance 1500 feet above sea level. Persons with mobility issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This play contains some scenes of death and killing that may not be suitable for younger viewers, please take this into account before booking tickets. There will also be a dog in some scenes. If you would like more information please contact email@example.com