Ulverston Outsiders present
29 March-1 April 7.30-10pm
Salem. 1692. The girls are caught dancing in the woods. The witch hunter is summoned. And a toxic mix of vengeance and fear is about to send a small community to the gallows.
Arthur Miller's The Crucible is one of the most popular plays in the English language, which still resonates with audiences the world over. This production will transport you to seventeenth-century Massachusetts, where witchcraft is feared and suspicion comes knocking at every door. The audience will experience the rising tension as relationships strain, old rivalries surface and the play escalates towards its tragic and cautionary end.
This production is presented by The Ulverston Outsiders, who first hoped to perform it in April 2020 and are delighted to be returning to The Coro stage at last. A full and talented cast is led by director Steve Carrick, who has previously performed the role of John Proctor to great acclaim.
29 Mar: £10 plus £1.37 eventbrite booking fee
30 Mar-1 Apr: £12 plus £1.52 eventbrite booking fee
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A short note on safety
Your safety and comfort continues to be our top priority. Event capacities will be limited to maintain space in the auditorium, while all Coro staff and volunteers will continue to wear face coverings. Currently, as a mandatory condition of entry all audience members will need to wear facemasks, other than when having a drink, if you are medically exempt, or a child under the age of 12. We also encourage all visitors to keep a safe distance from others, use hand sanitisers and wash hands regularly, and check in with the NHS Test and Trace app if able to do so.