A letter from a visitor to the Mysteries, Donald Judge:

Three of the young actors from
Richard Crosse Primary School
in The Kings
First of all, let me say how much I enjoyed the Lichfield Mysteries on the Sunday. I'm so glad I discovered them just in time and made it from Manchester - well worth the journey. I watched every minute of every play in the market place and then saw the grand finale in your beautiful cathedral. I'm sorry to say it's the first time I've ever been to Lichfield and I was very imp...
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Reviews from the 2012 Production

Gentleshaw Primary School in The Entry into Jerusalem
Review: The Lichfield Mysteries Part three: Drops of Blood Lichfield Cathedral By Phil Preece I'm slightly ashamed to say I've never seen the Lichfield Mysteries before. I mean, I like theatre, it's free and it's in Lichfield, so what's not to like? Well I suppose I thought it might be a tad dull given that this form of medieval drama was swept away by the sophisticated t...
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Getting Involved

Perform, build, help Year round, every year, Lichfield Mysteries Community Arts is involved in organising and supporting live theatre and other arts in Lichfield District. Contact us now to get involved
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Exodus: Za’atari Refugee Camp, Jordan

Myst 2016 Exodus 4
Syrian refugees in the Za'atari Refugee camp in Jordan created a short film telling the story of their journey - their exodus - for Lichfield Mystery Plays 2016. See the film here. Laura and Anthony Evans have been involved in both the performance and the production of Lichfield Mysteries for several years. Three years ago they went to work for Epic Arts in Cambodia, an inclus...
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