The Flooded Grave

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by The Flooded Grave
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“Why have you come here then? In the face of all you’ve heard. To here. To me. I know why you have come”

When night falls, take the road up from the motorway to the village. Along the path from the farmhouse there’s an open field. You’ll see a crowd is gathering in the darkness by the side of an empty grave. If you listen carefully you will hear a man desperately whispering a prayer. He has a story to tell you about an empty grave and a woman possessed.

Dare to follow the crowd as darkness descends and witness this bloodcurdling tale of faith, insanity and murder.

The Bush will be haunting this year’s Latitude Festival with this chilling graveside tale by Anthony Weigh which premiered in October 2008 as part of our Broken Space Season. The show will be performed at night in a hidden location at the Festival

“Everyone agrees that the Bush’s Latitude productions are unmissable”
The Times

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Shannon Tarbet
Mark Hadfield

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06 Apr
@bushtheatre Much love to all and look forward to being back to see you guys soon x
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01 Apr
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01 Apr
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May
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01 Apr
Soon come... and it will be worth the wait. Big up the whole Level Up team. 💜💚 https://t.co/xHGiihXupJ
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01 Apr
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