Two moors, two queens, two men and two matriarchal societies that look to their Goddesses for forgiveness for the wrongs done ages ago.
In this enchanting tale, told through movement, drama and music, MED Theatre explored the possibility of matriarchy on Exmoor and Dartmoor and how the interruption of a stranger to normal life might impact the nurturing political landscape created by the two queens of the moors – Dart and Eske.
This production was live-streamed and recorded, enabling a higher number of audience members to enjoy the performances and ensuring it was accessible to those who were shielding or finding it difficult to leave the house due to COVID-19.
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The year is 1100 BC, and a Mycenean warrior from the Mediterranean lands at Totnes to find a culture which worships marine mammals.
Is it possible that he has stepped into a matriarchal society?
Bridford Woodland Trust (Dartmoor)
Thursday 10th and Friday 11th September 2020 – 7pm
Ashcombe Gardens, Simonsbath (Exmoor)
Sunday 13th September 2020 (2pm matinee and 7pm)