A Legend of King Arthur
NW England, N Wales & Ireland
Magicians and murderers, gallant knights and brave maidens, giants, traitors, a sword in a stone, the search for the grail and the mysterious Lady of the Lake. Off the Ground Touring Theatre Company’s 2000 summer production was an epic retelling of Britain’s greatest legend.
Arthur, with a little help from this island’s most powerful magician, Merlin, is trying to unite the Britons against foreign invaders. But there are conspiracies at court, and deciding who the enemy is proves to be no simple task.
A Legend of King Arthur was written for OTG by Jim Foggin after two years’ intensive research, with original music composed and performed by Colm McElwee.
“OTG (have) done it again…simply sensational…A cracking, boisterous tale with some fine comic moments expertly slotted in among the blood-curdling sword-fights and rousing scenes of damsel rescuing…spine-tingling music and a 16-strong cast radiating illegal amounts of talent made for an overwhelmingly entertaining evening. See it.”
Liverpool Daily Post
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