Cap-a-Pie theatre company in partnership with Durham University present:
Written by Laura Lindow
When human remains were found in Durham in 2013, archaeologists discovered that they belonged to the Scottish Soldiers – prisoners of war from the 1650 Battle of Dunbar who were marched to Durham and imprisoned in the then-disused Cathedral and Castle.
What has emerged is a story of suffering and hope that will make you think about where you live in a completely different way.
Developed in partnership with Durham University alongside a major new exhibition in summer 2018, Woven Bones brings to life the untold stories of these Scottish Soldiers. This brand new Cap-a-Pie production written by Laura Lindow offers a unique chance to walk in their shoes. Woven Bones toured from Dunbar to Durham, the route marched by the soldiers, in 2018.