We are about to start working with Charnwood Arts to develop a centenary community performance project based on a zeppelin raid in the town which killed ten people on the night of January 31st 1916. (The shrapnel marks can still be seen on Empress Road). Over the next three months we will be working with volunteers to carry out research into the attack, carry out site visits, gather the folklore surrounding the events, and road testing projections all with an aim to create a basic narrative for a project which we will then seek funding for.
We will be holding a rehearsed reading of our new play about Sir Isaac Newton’s time as Warden and Master of the Royal Mint as part of the Gravity Fields Festival at the Grantham Museum on Sunday September 28th at 12pm. Tickets are free.