The Lonely Path (2019)
‘The Lonely Path’ by Paul Beck
Spring, 1941. Solicitor Samuel Unwin has been sent to investigate the abandoned Mulvana Fair on the clifftops near Bempton. In a dilapidated big top, the site of a recent murder, Samuel discovers a conspiracy of lies and corruption. But that is not all he finds. There is a figure in the darkness that haunts his every step.
As the horror of World War II draws nearer to the Yorkshire coast, dare Samuel travel further into the darkness and unravel the secrets of the Mulvana Fair?
Starring Scott Ward, Rae Yaldren and David Brown. Wandering Spirits: Neil Arnott, Damon Hotchin, Hannah Curtis, Wendy Tate and Pablo Brook.
Written and Directed by Paul Beck. Music and Sound Design by John Pattison. Lighting: Mark Edwards. Stage Manager: Jade Nadon. Assistant Director & Dramaturg: Alison Watt.
‘The Lonely Path’ was performed on 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 25th, 26 & 27th November at 7.30pm with a matinee on Saturday 23rd November at 2pm. Performances took place in The Concert Room, Scarborough Library, Vernon Road, Scarborough. Ages 12+.