Contains Strong Language – Bones
A mother and her teenage daughter battle over a shameful family secret on the perilous sands of Morecambe Bay. Can they confront the truth before the tide cuts them off? A play about heritage, slippery memories and the secrets we keep to survive.
Artist Hannah Fox and film maker Richard Berry both from Cumbria, have produced a dreamy visual accompaniment to the audio drama. Close-up movement from local actress Mathilda Kenny provides the human detail that combines with sweeping drone footage of the epic Bay, a landscape animated by wind, light and tide.
Followed by Q&A with writer Zosia Wand.
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