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'Below the Stones'

Starting on June 21 2018 7:00 pm

For the first time ever, a play has been written specifically about the Duddo stones. The play is set in the Bronze Age, when the first stone is erected. The people of Duddag are healers, but they are struggling with their crops, and hope to use the stones as a calendar to help. The nearby camp of Maelmin, however, is prospering with its coveted bronze items, but the Maelmin have no knowledge of healing. Can the camps help each other or will they stay estranged?

The play is full of movement, song and action. Performed by local actors and written and directed by Cheryl Stewart.

Free admission - donations welcome for North Northumberland Hospice Care

  • Park at Duddo Farm (shuttle to track gate available)
  • 12 minute walk to Stones
  • Bring a blanket or chair
  • Picnics welcome - before or after performance
  • Running time 1 hour 20 minutes - no interval
  • Suitable for 10+ years

This event is weather dependent - if wet on Thursday then the play will be performed on Friday 22nd June, 7pm, at Duddo Standing Stones.

The play is also being performed on 20th June at the Maltings, Berwick-upon-Tweed, tickets £7.00.



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