The Unbinding

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Four women accused of witchcraft are locked together awaiting their sentence in the shadows. Scared and hungry they don’t know who they can trust or who will survive…

Wrong Shoes Theatre Company invites you into a dark and spellbinding world, where those who dare to stand out from the crowd are treated with hatred and suspicion.

Devised from historical accounts of witches from Wiltshire and further afield, The Unbinding explores mob mentality and our insatiable need to punish those who are different. An intense performance featuring stark realism, horror, physical theatre and original new music.

Contains scenes that some viewers may find disturbing. Including scenes of a sexual nature, nudity, violence, blood and strong language.

Suitable for ages 16+ only. 

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Presented by Wrong Shoes Theatre Company

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England. 

Contains scenes that some viewers may find disturbing. Including scenes of a sexual nature, nudity, violence, blood and strong language.

Suitable for ages 16+ only. 

  • Thought-provoking and sophisticated. A must-see!”
       
    The Ocelot
  • Takes you by the throat and does not let go until the very end.
       
    Swindon Advertiser

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