everwitch eforwich jorvik York
intangible heritage- unconventional spaces- thought provoking performances
Based in rural North Yorkshire, we are a new writing theatre company working within communities to explore and unearth stories of both local and national significance.
We bring intangible heritage to life through thought provoking performances.
Everwitch is a not for profit theatre company.
2019 D-DAY 75 ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE PERFORMANCES OF
“….it would be hard to imagine a more emotional experience at any Yorkshire theatre this season.” York Press
“If you are anywhere near Yorkshire, try to make time to see Bomb Happy.” Spirit of Normandy Trust
Centre, Joe Sample as Infantryman Ken ‘Smudger’ Smith in Bomb Happy. Photo Michael J Oakes
” George Stagnell, fresh from his First World War one-man show Private Peaceful, is outstanding once more, this time as Cookey; Irish actor Carl Wylie effects a spot-on London accent as the jack-the-lad Merry; and Joe Sample’s rising talent is affirmed by his moving portrayal of Smudger. Thomas Lillywhite’s Bert and Adam Bruce’s Hank impress too in an ensemble whose performances carry such conviction.
Beryl Nairn’s Queenie opens and closes the play with thoughts from today, linking past and present. We shall indeed never forget and Bomb Happy is a truly fitting tribute.” York Press
Thanks to all our funders and supporters above and including Two Ridings Community Fund and York St John University Drama Department.