Question: What do a Tibetan singing bowl, a fabric baby, some military mesh, a tree branch and Seikilos Epitaph – the oldest complete piece of music in the world – have in common?
Answer: They’re all being used in The Rose Company’s production of Iphigenia, which opens at Lancaster Castle on Tuesday!
OK. It wasn’t a great riddle. Sorry.
Still, have a look at the rehearsal pictures below – all taken today – and see how many of the aforementioned items you can see…
The cast (minus a poorly Iphigenia – get well soon, Catherine!).
Well, better go. I have to perfect my Tibetan singing bowl technique…