Hagley Woods, Worcestershire, 1943: Four boys find a human skull hidden in a tree. Police then discover the partial skeleton of a female. Despite countless enquiries, the woman cannot be identified.
Then the messages appear.
Tracing a case that has baffled investigators for 70 years, Pregnant Fish have been given access to ¬†police documents in order to try to solve this murder on stage.
A mystery that stretches from Birmingham to Berlin, from Nazi spy rings to witchcraft, this is the perfect show for anyone with an interest in true crime
7:30pm (2:30pm matinee Saturday 17th March)
Running Times: 60 minutes
¬£12 / ¬£10
Pregnant Fish will be running a workshop entitled¬†Bringing up the Dead: Creating True Crime Theatre on Wednesday 14th March.
Reviews for past work:
Sultry and cynical‚Ä¶ an exciting, fresh look at a classic tale.
Everything Theatre on The Picture of Dorian Gray
Thoughtful and tender… Stories worth telling and songs worth listening to
Wildfire Magazine on A Few Dented Branches
Precisely what theatre should try to be…relevant, tangible and human scaled.¬†
Christopher Fear on The Picture of Dorian Gray
Intimate and intense
SoundArt Radio on Spring Awakening
Supported by Worcester Archives and Archaeology Service.