Cornwall to stage rare performance of 14th-century Ordinalia cycle

One of British Isles’ oldest works of drama to be performed for only third time in 300 years

A medieval amphitheatre in the far south-west of Cornwall is to be the venue in the autumn for a rare rendering of one of the British Isles’ oldest works of drama.

Hundreds of professional and amateur actors and backstage workers will be involved in putting on the 14th-century Ordinalia cycle – three plays that tell the story of the creation, the passion and the resurrection.

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