Keeping The Lights On

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Where does your electricity come from? Ragged Edge explores the world of energy production. A live, social experience for audiences at home. Featuring a trio of audio plays combined with a panel discussion for you to participate in. Book here. Directed by Stefan Escreet with Sound Design by Mark Melville Ragged Edge (who developed the Award Winning The Chef Show …

The Butterfly Collector

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Written and Performed by Peter Macqueen Kirkgate Arts YouTube – premiere 8pm Sat. 10 October. Family secrets and mass exctinctions. What can be triggered by a butterfly’s wing? Robert has found his Grandfather’s butterfly collection whilst clearing out his parents’ old house. He knew nothing about butterflies before that and not much about his Grandfather. But on opening the cabinet …

You Don’t Know Me But…

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A one-woman audio play performed live over the phone “You Don’t know me Duck. You don’t know me. But I reckon we’ve met before.” Meet Vick. Care giver, Mother, Partner and Daughter. You’ve almost certainly walked past her in the street, stood behind her in a queue or driven past her in your car. Today, take the time to delve …

Cockermouth Virtually Live!

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We go online… With this year’s Cockermouth Live! Festival unable to go ahead due to the Coronavirus situation, we’re delighted to offer a a virtual feast of varied entertainment, with a huge array of local talent performing for you in the comfort of your living room. Acts include bands, singer-songwriters, choirs, dance troupes and drama groups. Including special guest appearances …

Deckchairs 2

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by Jean McConnell Four one-act plays all set by the seaside, each with two women characters. Full of surprising twists and wry observations, the plays are humorous, touching and compassionate. Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society

Deckchairs 2

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by Jean McConnell Four one-act plays all set by the seaside, each with two women characters. Full of surprising twists and wry observations, the plays are humorous, touching and compassionate. Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society