LIVE AT EDINBURGH - THE LIMITED EDITION DOUBLE CD
This is about as close as you can get to actually being there! All 22 original songs plus the narration of grave digger, Marshall Howe to move the story along on two CD's.
Only 500 of these collectables are available - each one uniquely numbered and signed by one of the authors. Orders are limited to a maximum of 3 per person (that's you and two Christmas presents) so click on the image opposite or go to our on-line shop and order yours now 'cos - when they're gone - they're gone and they're going fast!
Edinburgh Fringe 2012
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! to 448 theatre goers who came to see our six performances at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Thank you for the warm and generous applause, the standing ovations and the scores and scores of people who sought us out after the shows to say such wonderfully encouraging things about what they had just seen. Public reaction means so much to us - so if you can spare a few moments to tell us what you thought of the show we would love to hear from you.
Good or bad, just click on the link below and e-mail us your thoughts. A full list of audience reviews will be published shortly, but for now, just roll your mouse or pointing device over an image to see what people have already posted to us.
The Ring of Stones
Almost without exception, our audiences tell us that The Ring of Stones is a large-scale, powerful and highly emotional stage musical - and that is a tag line that we are more than happy to live with.
This true story is set in 1665 – a time of epic events in England’s capital; the restoration of the monarchy and the devastation caused by The London Plague culminating the following year in The Great Fire of London. But the events portrayed in The Ring of Stones take place in the tiny village of Eyam in Derbyshire – 150 miles away from all that. A peaceful and prosperous community where, whilst many inhabitants are veterans of the English Civil War, life promises to carry on, in it's old fashioned way, as it had done for centuries before.
However, religion forms a massive part of everyday life in 17th century England and the insular villagers of Eyam do not react well when their rector is sacked from his living to be replaced by a young and ambitious Anglican minister imposed upon them from London. The village becomes divided as old wounds are re-opened and the two Ministers fight for the right to speak for the people. But when Black Death escapes the capital and finds its way into the heart of the village the people must somehow unite to fight the contagion or flee and spread death and destruction throughout the land.
The Ring of Stones stage musical will immerse you in the heroic and heart-warming, tragic but powerfully uplifting events and leave you awed and humbled by the sacrifice made not so long ago. "Nobody in - nobody out!"