|Photographer: Richard Kenworthy|
Frost of Forgetfulness
"We honestly had THE best afternoon."
North East Family Fun
The Frost of Forgetfulness is creeping across Woodhorn Museum. Pit canaries sense the danger. They need your help to stop the museum's memories being lost forever.
In Winter 2016, Unfolding Theatre worked with bait and Woodhorn Museum to create a magical quest for families. Over 3,000 people set out on a frosty mission to help save the museum's memories.
The mission was created in partnership with community groups across South East Northumberland. Leading Link, Northern Recovery Partnership, Seaton Sluice Brownies, 5th Ashington Brownies, 1st Seaton Hirst Brownies, Woodhorn's Customer Hosts and over 600 local people helped bring the Frost of Forgetfulness to life.
Co-directors: Ruth Johnson and Annie Rigby
Visual Artist: Bethan Maddocks
Production Manager: Jill Bennison
Performers: Danielle Burn, Matthew Gundel, Ben Hill, Jenny, Kat Pierce, Verity Quinn, Karen Traynor
Sound design: Nick John Williams
Textile Artist: Kate Eccles
Community Project Co-ordinator: Morag Iles
Sound and lighting: Ingram AV
Set construction: CS Sets
Check out these production shots, taken by Richard Kenworthy.