CORONAVIRUS: currently, all theatres and related venues are closed. Shows are either being cancelled, postponed or rescheduled and we are trying to keep up with all the changes. There are currently few changes after May 2020 and many shows that were due for April have been pushed back towards the end of Autumn. Pantomimes are looking like a safe bet at the moment ;-)
T322929339 Bodmin, 1844 and Charlotte Dymond is murdered in cold blood. Someone must hang for it - but who? Pascoe and Hill's haunting opera explores a tale of murder, jealousy and betrayal that shattered a once peaceful Cornish community. Matthew Weeks was tried for the murder and 20,000 Cornishmen travelled to Bodmin jail to see him hang. But when researching the murder in 1978, Pat Munn, a Cornish academic and historian, sifted through the evidence and made some alarming discoveries. Influenced by her book and the BBC documentary which followed, Pascoe and Hill have created a powerful opera, which questions Weeks' guilt, whilst also pointing the finger of blame elsewhere. A miscarriage of justice? The Murder of Charlotte Dymond promises to fuel the debate which continues to divide opinion after 150 years.