Salem at Bingley Arts Centre
Play, Thu 30 Mar - Sat 1 Apr 2017
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What happened when the people of Salem spoke out after the execution of the witches in 1692?
Who can be trusted?
In 1692, 19 people were executed for witchcraft and the whole village was engulfed in fear. But what actually happened in Salem?
This play retells the witch trials by combining historical evidence with a healthy dose of imagination, and exploring the build-up of hysteria in the village. It covers important issues of prejudice, peer pressure, gang mantality, suspicion and fear.
Play by David Calcutt - sponsored by The Emerald Foundation.
|Thu 30 Mar - Sat 1 Apr 2017||19:30 22:30|
Front Stalls £9. Concessions (60+ Monday - Thursday) £8
Rear Stalls: £8 Concessions (60+ Monday - Thursday) £7
£3 under 18, Mondays only
- Disabled access
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets