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Walkern 1712. A "witch" is hanged. The first in decades. While the village fears the return of witchery, the accused's daughter Ann befriends the local cunning woman: the solitary Jane Wenham. Days later, a tragedy occurs. Jane is accused of witchcraft - and Ann leads the charge. Inspired by events in a Hertfordshire village, Rebecca Lenkiewicz's beautiful, throat-catching new play is alive with mysteries of nature, sex and the supernatural, and blasts society's hunger to find - and create - witches. World PremierePerformers David Acton, Amanda Bellamy, Judith Coke, Tim Delap, Hannah Hutch, Andrew Macklin, Rachel Sanders, Cat Simmons.
Author Rebecca Lenkiewicz. Producer Out of Joint. Producer Watford Palace Theatre. Producer Arcola Theatre (in association with Eastern Angles). Director Ria Parry. Design James Button. Lighting Richard Howell. Music Max Pappenheim. Sound Max Pappenheim. Other Matt Hutchinson (puppetry).
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