Woven Bones

@ Arts Centre Washington

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05 July 2018

7.30pm

Tickets £8.50 / £6.00 (conc)

A shocking story unearthed by archaeologists of Scottish prisoners of war march to Durham after the 1650 battle of Dunbar. What has emerged is a story of suffering and hope that will make you think about where you live in a completely different way.
Developed in partnership with Durham University ahead of a major new exhibition opening in summer 2018,Woven Bones brings to life the untold stories of these Scottish Soldiers. This brand new Cap-a-Pie production written by Laura Lindow offers a unique chance to walk in their shoes as it tours the route marched by the soldiers from Dunbar to Durham.

Venue
Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane
Fatfield
Washington
Tyne and Wear
NE38 8AB

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