Time Will Tell

Welcome

We are a theatre company ideal for the heritage industry. We write and perform plays that are subject and site specific.

We are experienced professional actors, historical interpreters, educators and providers of bespoke historical theatre, drawing on a wide range of styles.

About Time Will Tell

We are passionate about history and theatre and our aim is to provide audiences with a sense of the drama of history, but a history that is relevant to them.

We carefully and sensitively research before creating our work but our aim is always to amuse and provoke our audiences to want to know more. Our audiences are never simply passive bystanders, they are active participants immersed in the stories we present and encouraged to express their views.


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Project:
Robin Hood

Robin Hood

Who was Robin Hood? We couldn’t resist trying to get to the truth behind the legend that is our greatest English hero, Robin Hood.

‘Will the real Robin Hood please stand up?’ is our fun and fast-paced look into the sources surrounding this most famous of heroes. Who was he? When was he? Where was he? We can’t promise to give the answers to all of these, but we try!


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Project:
Letters Home

Letters Home

People really connected with Letters Home. We hope that it inspires people to research the roles their ancestors played in this pivotal event.

It was an emotional piece to perform and we were proud that it resonated so well. We have been invited to perform it again this year and we hope that it's success may lead to other projects in a similar vein.


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Project:
Deeds Not Words

Deeds Not Words

2018 marks 100 years since all men and some women were given the vote. For many women this achievement had been a long time coming.

Our play ‘Deeds Not Words’ was first written in 2008 to commemorate a small part in the struggle for female enfranchisement. It tells the story of how ordinary women were swept up in this event and became part of something bigger, they had joined the 'Women’s Suffrage Movement’.


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