On the moor, nothing is what it seems. Things go missing. Things seem...different.
Even though it’s drizzling, I go to the moor. The sun is up now, and I love looking out over the ridge in the early morning. It’s different to how it looks at night. Don’t you think? It’s rained all week, and the peat has risen. When the peat is high, the rocks disappear. They reappear gradually, as it gets drier, like teeth growing out of gums.
Bronagh has lived right at the heart of the moor for as long as she can remember. But recently she has started having the same dream over and over again - with the voices and the whispering. Is it trying to tell her something?
When a boy vanishes, Bronagh has to tell someone what she suspects, entangling herself and her boyfriend in a murder investigation. But how can anyone find the truth when the ground keeps shifting?
The Moor is a tense psychological thriller, part domestic tale, part folk tale, that pits Bronagh against her own past and present, dragging her, her baby daughter and those closest to them into something deeper than the marsh on the moor.
Rive Productions works again with director Blythe Stewart (director of Skin a Cat by Isley Lynn) to bring exciting new writing to the London stage.
Previous productions include the inaugural production at the Bunker Theatre, Skin a Cat by Isley Lynn, Klippies by Jessica Sian at the Southwark Playhouse, directed by Chelsea Walker and The Dog, the Night and the Knife by Marius von Mayenburg at the Arcola directed by Oliver Dawe.
Tuesday 6th February - Saturday 3rd March 2018
Tuesday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Saturday and Sunday matinee at 3pm
Previews Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th
Tickets £18 (£14 concessions)
Latecomers will not be admitted.