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The Moors archive"The moors are a savage place, and we who live here, despite our attempts to cling to a modicum of civilization, we find ourselves often forced to contend with savagery." A young governess arrives at a mansion on the bleak and windswept moors - but there's no sign of the child she's been employed to look after... The Moors is playwright Jen Silverman's gripping Gothic story about isolation, ambition, and the struggle to be seen. Inspired by the letters of Charlotte Bronte, The Moors is an irreverent period drama all about the present, a macabre thriller with a queer thread running through its centre, and a delightfully dark comedy perfect for when the nights are drawing in.


Author: Jen Silverman

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Archive listings for The Moors (2022)

Work type: Play.


UK PremiereDirector Phil Bartlett. Producer Ella Dale. Stage ManagerSummer Keeling. Design Sophia Pardon. Lighting Jonathan Simpson. Sound Julian Starr. Costume Sophia Pardon. Music Daniel Kluger. Performer Imogen Mackenzie (Agatha). Performer Meredith Lewis (Emilie). Performer Kenia Fenton (Huldey). Performer Tamara Fairbairn (Marjory). Performer Peter Hadfield (The Mastiff). Performer Matilda Childs (A Moor-Hen).
11 Oct 22 to 5 Nov 22The Hope Theatre, Inner London :: V0719079091
listing details L1245674052


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