Saturday 19th November: 7:30pm
Tickets: £8.50 for Ushaw Annual Pass Holders or £12 for Non Ushaw Annual Pass Holders
The Reivers: lawless families who terrorised the Anglo-Scottish border for 400 years from Northumberland to Edinburgh, Carlisle to Dumfries, until James 1st broke their power. Steve Byron weaves three unforgettable stories together to paint a portrait of a world of violence and injustice in which law and order do battle with corruption and greed. Will good triumph over evil, or will evil be victorious?
Blackmail: an innocent farmer is forced to take a stand against the bullying threats of a powerful Reiver family.
God-forsaken Place: a southern lawman exiled to the North by the corrupt London authorities tries to save a Reiver child from a terrible fate.
A Widow's Path: a Scots woman sold into servitude as a child pursues the murderers of her husband and will not rest until she has overturned the Reiver order to get her revenge.
Join us for an evening of theatre like no other, steeped in the folklore and history of the North East.
Elysium Theatre Company is an award-winning company based in Durham which brings great theatre to the North. Previous productions at Queen's Hall include A Doll's House, Miss Julie, Playland and The River.
"This company simply can do no wrong." Reviewer Number 9
Age guidance: 15+ | Running time: 1hr 30mins (approx.)
Doors open at 6pm, with performance beginning at 7:30pm.
By Steve Byron
With Micky Cochrane, Steven Stobbs and Karen Traynor
Directed by Jake Murray
Designed by Caitlin Mills & Lee Ward
Ushaw Historic House, Chapels & Gardens is an independent charity set in a majestic estate of 500 acres, hidden for 200 years in the heart of the Durham countryside. A unique heritage and visitor attraction, our glorious Georgian and Victorian Gothic architecture and stunning grounds make Ushaw the perfect place for families to explore and enjoy throughout the seasons.
Discover more about Ushaw Historic House, Chapels & Gardens by visiting: ushaw.org
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