This amateur production of Eyam by Matt Hartley is staged by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.
When the plague comes to the Derbyshire parish of Eyam, the newly appointed priest must make the difficult choice to either quarantine the village or risk spreading the deadly disease. With clear resonances to the current pandemic, the story of the village of Eyam asks us to question our individual and collective civil responsibility in the face of crisis.
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By: Matt Hartley