Homecoming Scotland 2014: Who Killed The Cock Of The North?

Theatre Event

Historic Scotland: Huntly Castle, Huntly, Huntly, Grampian, AB54 4SH
    Living history at Huntly Castle! Come and be part of an historical drama!

    This interactive promenade play re-enacts events leading to the downfall of the previously all powerful 4th Earl of Huntly, Chancellor of Scotland, chief of the Gordon clan, popularly known as 'The Cock of the North.' … It has a twist. The audience will be asked to decide what or… who was responsible.

    This might not be straightforward…

    It is a story full of ambition, intrigue, violence and greed, set in the troubled times of 16th century Scotland, where the principal characters, with their individual agendas, are all entwined in a complex web of family tensions and political struggle - not forgetting the witch’s prophesy!

    Come and be part of it all - in Holyrood with Mary Queen of Scots, in Huntly Castle with the ever watchful servants, and even on the battlefield. No ordinary historical drama!
    Date Information
    26 Jun 2014 - 28 Jun 2014

    Jun 26-28, 6.30pm-7.45pm

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