“There’s drama, fun, participation, narrative and love affairs across all the spaces. Whichever route you take, it will be impossible to know what’s happening everywhere. You’ll have an entirely different experience,” said director and lead writer Josephine Burton.
Andrew Cullum is performing in Dash Arts’ production of The Great Middlemarch Mystery. As a Coventry local, Andrew thrilled to be bringing authenticity to his role of Raffles in this new twist on George Eliot’s classic Middlemarch, told immersively and reimagined as a murder mystery in the 1980s. It commemorates the 150th anniversary of Eliot completing Middlemarch and Coventry’s designation as city of culture.
It is running Thursday 7th April to Sunday 10th April and tickets are availablehere