The Sacred and the Profane: Scenes from a Renaissance Court with a Dance of Death and Durham's Traditional Boy Bishop
@ Durham CathedralBook Now
10 July 2016
The Sacred and the Profane will take place at dusk on Palace Green. Expect Renaissance courtiers, dancing skeletons, and a torchlit procession of the traditional Boy Bishop of Durham. A stage dragon and early music will provide further entertainment.
A free event – no need to book.
Part of Theatrum Mundi, an international theatre festival celebrating the dramatic heritage of the North-East and Durham, from 7-12 July 2016.
Theatrum Mundi is supported by Durham Cathedral and the Arts & Humanities Research Council UK. For further information see www.community.dur.ac.uk/theatrum.mundi”
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