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A hundred years ago a group of common players, on a verdant hillside above Boxford, presented innocent masques for the entertainment of the village. Inspired by Charlotte Peake's own life and magical Edwardian original stories, and performed by local people in the unique and beautiful setting of Welford Park. This dramatic, all-dancing, all-singing event promises to be as unique and memorable as ever, using the ?Big House' itself as an essential character. So bring the family, pack a picnic and enjoy the real-ale bar in the landscaped grounds, then, as darkness falls, be entranced by the extraordinary storyunfolding.Author Geraldine McCaughrean (based on the story of Charlotte Peake). Director Ade Morris. Music Paul Kissaun. Musical Director Paul Kissaun. Lighting Lawrence T Doyle. Choreographer Bettina Strickler.
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