A new play by Red Rose Chain follows a group of young people growing up in Puritan, Ipswich who begin to question what is happening and challenge the persecution which is turning their world upside down.
Ipswich theatre company, Red Rose Chain is celebrating after being awarded £95,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund towards a new project focussing on the 1645 Suffolk witch hunts.
Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, this project will bring together learning from work produced by three targeted community groups and a professional theatre production created by Joanna Carrick.
The first performances of the project are taking place next month with the Red Rose Chainers Youth Theatre company performances of The World Turned Upside Down at the Avenue Theatre in Ipswich.
Dates & Times
Friday 21st February – 7:30pm
Saturday 22nd February – 3pm & 7:30pm Friday 28th February – 7:30pm
Saturday 29th February – 3pm & 7:30pm
(Duration: Approx. 90 mins)
Tickets are £12
More information and to book from
www.redrosechain.com/the-world-turned-upside-down or 01473 603388