Whitehorse Hill

Whitehorse Hill is a promenade community play created by MED Theatre as part of the Moor than meets the eye Landscape Partnership Scheme. It was first performed in September 2015, involving actors from the local community and lantern bearers from Princetown Primary School. The play was inspired by the discovery of the remains of a young woman accompanied by elaborate burial gifts, including a tin bead, in a Bronze Age cist on Whitehorse Hill.


Scene from the Saxon episode - the buttergirls spending the summer dairying on the Moor meet with boys from the farms below


Whitehorse Hill Highlights 2017