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Fields Unsown audio trail


Posted on December 23rd, by admin in Audio Trails, Case Study. Comments Off on Fields Unsown audio trail

Fields Unsown audio trail

During the First World War, Gilliat Edward Hatfeild, the owner of Morden Hall, offered his home to the War Office for use as an auxiliary hospital.  A hospital for around 100 men of below officer rank was established in the hall.

Through research supported by the Heritage Lottery FundAttic Theatre uncovered some of the lost stories of Morden Hall’s unique contribution to the First World War.  The stories of the gardeners who left the Hall to go to war, the soldiers who recovered in the grounds of the Park and the young women who embarked on nursing careers were turned into a performance in September 2014 and captured for posterity as an audio trail for you to enjoy at any time.

To access the audio trail and route directions please visit Attic Theatre’s website.

Dan was very easy to work with from start to finish.  He was extremely efficient while at the same time paying great attention to detail in the recording and edit phases.  Our company of actors really enjoyed working with him and he did a great job with the edit, providing a really high quality first version and then incorporating all the changes we asked for.  All in all a great working experience with a really experienced professional who made it all seem easy and fun.

Louise Hill, Attic Theatre

To learn more about the Fields Unsown project visit the website.





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