Common Ground Theatre present The Lumberjills by Hannah Davies and Tom Cornford.
Come to Dalby, The Great Yorkshire Forest, and experience theatre in a beautiful and atmospheric natural setting. The Lumberjills takes place in a woodland glade and tells the stories of the women who worked in Britain’s forestry trade during the Second World War. We invite you to step into a 1940s world of gramophones, tree felling and tea dances. This is a poetic and dramatic celebration of the lives of the unsung heroines of the forest’s past.
Praise for previous work:
‘Storytelling at its best’ D&S TIMES ‘A delight throughout’ THE PRESS
‘What art can and should be’ THE SCOTSMAN
‘Davies does justice to a truly remarkable story’ THREE WEEKS ìììì
‘Shot through with moments of exquisite beauty’ TIME OUT
Dates: 20 – 31 July 2pm and 6pm
PERFORMANCE SITE: The show is performed in a woodland glade at the end of the fully accessible Ellerburn Trail in Dalby Forest. Picnics welcome (no glass). This is an outdoor event, please remember to dress for the weather!
PARKING: The nearest parking is at the Dalby Forest Visitors Centre Car Park (YO18 7LT). Discounted parking on the day of your performance when you show your e-ticket on entry to the forest. There are some disabled spaces available close to the performance site (access half an hour before show start time). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your booking and specific requirements.