They came, they saw, they conquered, they went away again. Or did they?
A clandestine meeting at the Phoenix pub gets heated, as the hapless villagers rack their brains for new ways to fight a looming housing development that threatens village life as they know it. Might the discovery of an ancient Roman burial ground throw them a lifeline? And are things quite what they seem? Find out as the situation goes 'ballisticus maximus' in no little time.
A brand-new comedy by Kate Bramley about communities old and new, with original music by the 'singular talent' (BBC Music) that is the brilliant BBC Folk Awards multi-nominee Jez Lowe.
'Bramley crafts elegiac drama that is both witty and wistful, humorous and haunting, assisted by Jez Lowe's typically adroit songwriting.' York Press
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Supported by Newark and Sherwood District Council