A boldly theatrical tale of grief and denial, set against the economic crisis of the 1930s.
After years apart, two families come together to rediscover their lost friendship. Instead, they conjure up the spirit of a buried tragedy.
Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play Bracken Moor was first performed at the Tricycle Theatre, London, in June 2013, in a co-production with Shared Experience.
‘Somewhere between An Inspector Calls and The Woman in Black… I jumped out of my seat’
— The Times
‘There are echoes of The Weir… commendably bold’
— Evening Standard
‘Beautifully judged… a bold play that revels in its own theatricality’
— The Arts Desk
‘A superior kind of ghost story… intellectually as well as emotionally haunting’
— The Stage