Wimborne Community Theatre’s latest production takes place in a small wood at BytheWay, Colehill, in June, and takes the fom of a site-specific performance walk, celebrating East Dorset’s first SANG (Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space).
BytheWay – Sounds in a Common Wood is the result of over one year’s research by WCT members, into the history of the Common as well as imagined stories about the place. Working with sound artist, Adrian Newton, theatre director, Tony Horitz, and Poole-based performer, Michele O’Brien,
Tony Horitz says: Audiences will be led on an inter-active circular walking journey on which they will re-discover the timeless mystery and excitement of woods, which only one generation back provided a free, wild playground for children to play in and to learn about life and nature.
The audience numbers are limited to 25 per show, so early booking is advised and entry is by ticket only. The production is suitable for anyone over 7 years. Further information will be provided on booking.
The production has been supported with funding from East Dorset District Council.
For more information, visit www.wimbornecommunitytheatre.co.uk
June 15, 16, 17: 5 pm & 7.30 pm
Box Office: 01202 888992 (Allendale House) – on sale from May 8