Arts & Culture

Thamesmead hosts Blue Remembered Hills

A site-specific performance of the harrowing play Blue Remembered Hills has taken place as part of this year’s Greenwich and Docklands International Festival.

The drama follows a group of children, each played by an adult actor, as a seemingly innocent game leads to disastrous consequences.

The latest adaptation of Dennis Potter’s TV play was created by De Roovers, one of Flanders most respected theatre companies. Anthony spoke to two members of the cast.

 

Anthony Baxter 13th September 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationGreenwich

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