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Keeping themselves busy in between the usual Mystery Plays, a group of Lincoln Mystery Players are at their final rehearsal for ...Continue Reading →
Postponed by the pandemic to the summer of 2022, new cast members are now needed to take on roles including the Devil and the Virgin Mary.
These historical performances, rooted in ancient tradition, will bring Bible stories to life at locations across Lincolnshire, including the new gardens at Lincoln Cathedral, from July 26 to August 6 next ...Continue Reading →
Meet Tom Straszewski. Tom graduated with a MA in Theatre: Writing, Directing and Performance from the University of York in 2013. He is an experienced director of Shakespeare and medieval drama as well as a script reader for Champion Scripts. Tom was also the Artistic Director for the 2018 York Mystery Plays.
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LINCOLN MYSTERY PLAYS COMPANY present
Lincoln Drill Hall 11 – 17 November 2018
Written by local playwright, Steven Gillard
As the nation marks exactly 100 years since the end of The Great War, the Lincoln Mystery Plays Company
presents the extraordinary story of Women’s football a century ago through the eyes of one of the most enduring teams of the time, the Lincoln Ladies.
Throughout the war women across he country had successfully undertaken a huge range of traditional male roles, but ...
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The plays take place outdoors, in the secluded setting of the Cloisters.
Entrance is ...
A total of 13 mini barons will be dressed as characters such as Jesus, God, the Holy Spirit, Satan, Noah and the Virgin Mary across various locations in the Bailgate this summer.
The Mystery Plays’ Mini Barons’ Trail will be launched in Castle Hill on Bank Holiday Monday, May 30, and run through to July 10.
As a celebration of life, the Lincoln Mystery Plays seeks to employ and engage all of our talents for creativity.
With this in mind there are more ways to support this summer’s performances than as a valued audience member.
Historically the Mystery Plays relied upon the resources of the city and county community in piecing them together.
And they still ...