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Lark Rise

Performed on location at Shibden Hall, Halifax

June 1985

A literary sampler of English village life in late Victorian  Oxfordshire, Lark Rise re-enacts the first day of harvest. The play is  written to be peformed as a promenade production with no distinction  between stage and auditorium. The interest lies in the lively picture of  typical country life of the period, with music and songs, with a brief  flash forward to the 1914-18 war.

Adapted by Keith Dewhirst from the book by Flora Thompson

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