Stuff of Dreams Theatre Co to bring Anglian Mist to Public Hall
Anglian Mist is a new theatrical thriller, inspired by the desolate beauty of Orford Ness, a National
Trust property near Woodbridge in Suffolk. The site of top secret research throughout the Cold War,
Orford Ness is a place that is steeped in secrets and mystery.
Written by Tim Lane and Cordelia Spence the play premiered in an immersive experience in a secret bunker on Orford Ness in June. This autumn it travels to eleven venues in and around East Anglia giving audiences across the region the opportunity to uncover the secrets of Anglian Mist for themselves.
Catch a performance at Beccles Public Hall on Friday 6 October at 7.30pm.
Hidden secrets, dark conspiracies, counter-intelligence and spies are the order of the day for Anglian Mist. When a notable author and historian who specialises in Ufology and conspiracy theories begins his lecture on Orford Ness and it’s role during the Cold War he is somewhat taken aback when an elderly lady in the audience stands up and publicly takes exception to his claims regarding the true nature of the military installation on Orford Ness. What follows is a psychological thriller as a longhidden cold war plot is brought kicking and screaming into the light of day with chilling consequences for all involved.
Anglian Mist has been developed in partnership with the National Trust and The Garage Norwich and supported by Arts Council England and Norfolk County Council. Described as ‘as tense and gripping as a stand-off off on a Berlin Bridge’, it guarantees to provide audiences with an exciting theatrical evening as the nights draw in.
Catch a performance at Beccles Public Hall on Friday 6 October at 7.30pm, doors open at 7pm. Tickets available from the Box Office open Mon – Sat, 10am – 3pm, by ringing 01502 770060 or by visiting the website: www.becclepublichall.co.uk
About The Stuff of Dreams
The Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company has been touring the Eastern region for five years bringing high quality theatre to local communities. They have become known for exciting new writing based around East Anglian history. They aim to provide a platform for regional talent. Previous work includes the critically acclaimed Forgotten and The Poisoners’ Pact. Anglian Mist is their eighth production. The company are part of the Rural Touring Programme supported by Creative Arts East and are grateful to have received grants from both the Arts Council England and Norfolk County Council to support their work. Stuff of Dreams are always particularly delighted to perform in the locations where the stories they tell actually took place.