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New Website for Dorchester Community Plays Association - Spinning the Moon

Published on: 14th September 2018
By Jon Sloper

We have just launched a new website for the Dorchester Community Plays Association to accompany the preparations for their 7th community play, "Spinning the Moon". The play is going to be presented in 2020 and the site will become an archive of the play's journey from inception to production. It will evolve as the project evolves, capturing content and activities in the life of the community play, and develop into a legacy artefact in its own right, showing how the play impacts on the community and the wider world.


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