Sun 10 Apr 2022 @ 15.00
(First Stop) Drapers' Hall, Coventry
Duration: Approx. 120 minutes
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Activities and events labelled as 'Taking Place In Cov 2021' have not been produced or commissioned by Coventry City of Culture Trust but are taking place during the City of Culture year.
Step into the reimagined world of one of the greatest English novels ever written, on the streets of Coventry. Part-immersive theatre experience and part-mystery game, The Great Middlemarch Mystery puts a modern twist on George Eliot's Middlemarch and its story of the hopes, dreams, disappointments and scandals lived out within a Midlands town. Follow the interwoven lives of the townsfolk of Middlemarch as they meet with triumph and ruin, and help them unearth a terrible secret at its heart. Who is the stranger with unfinished business in Middlemarch? And what is the meaning of his untimely death?
Gather clues as the story unfolds between four historic venues in central Coventry before coming together to solve the mystery in this interactive adventure.
The BSL interpreted performances will be:
• Fr 8 April, 7pm
• Sat 9 April, 7pm
• Sun 10 April 3pm
PLEASE NOTE: Mr Nicholas Bulstrode will open the AGM for the Middlemarch Improvement Association at 7pm prompt at the Town Hall. Do join us 15min prior to the scheduled start to have a look at our plans for Middlemarch's new Hospital before the meeting begins.
From the novel Middlemarch by George Eliot
Adapted by Josephine Burton with Ruth Livesey
Directed and created by: Josephine Burton
Research Lead: Ruth Livesey
Assistant Director: Connor Alexander
Production Designer: Alex Podger
Costumes by: James Reeves
Associate Designer: Bryan Woltjen
Design and Costume Assistant: Siena Tone
Cast: Joan Walker, Amanda Hurwitz, Ryan Van Champion, Andrew Cullum, Deborah Tracey, George Beach, Aimee Powell and Tom Gordon
A Dash Arts production.
Approx. 120 min run time
Supported by the UK Research and Innovation Arts and Humanities Research Council, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry City Council, Coventry Cathedral, Arts Council England, The Garrick Charitable Trust, Royal Holloway, University of London, The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, Three Monkies Trust, Middlemarch Giving Circle and The Thistle Trust.